LIGHTNING RELEASES 06/19/14 — Teenage drug and alcohol abuse has long been an issue facing the youth of Florida’s Panhandle. If your child is struggling with a chemical dependency, there’s a very good chance you are not alone. Troubled teens in Crestview are just as likely to fall victim to drinking and drug use as anyone else across the state. But finding professional youth rehab can be a challenge. Fortunately a new local helpline for troubled teens has been created to find the right youth rehab center needed to achieve a sober and bright future. 

By calling the helpline at (850) 352-6662, parents and their teens can speak immediately to a representative about their substance abuse issues and learn which adolescent treatment facilities provide the best opportunity sobriety. When a young addict receives help from a teen treatment center, they are placed in the best position to improve their overall health and wellness. Living life with a drug or alcohol dependency can cripple a teen’s ability to grow physically and mentally. Don’t allow substance abuse to ruin your child’s life. Call the trouble teen helpline or visit them online at  for more information.

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By calling (850) 352-6662, parents and teens in Crestview, FL can find the right teen recovery facilities they need to achieve and maintain a sober lifestyle. A certified teen treatment center can make the difference between addiction and sobriety. Call today to learn how youth rehab can help your child.   

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