Press Release: Troubled Teens in The Villages, FL Have New Substance Abuse Recovery Help Options
A new helpline for young adults in The Villages, FL is offering options for substance abuse recovery.
LIGHTNING RELEASES (6/28/2014) – Many adolescents in Sumter County have come to the realization they need help for a drug or alcohol substance abuse. But most of them don’t know where to turn for help. But a new helpline for troubled teens was established in The Villages specifically for helping young adults locate a drug and alcohol treatment facility which offers at chance at sobriety.
The troubled teen helpline can be reached at (352) 877-2060 during any time day or night. Teenagers who are struggling with a drug or alcohol substance abuse are encouraged to call the helpline right away. Finding a professional teen treatment center is important for any young person seeking to beat a drug or alcohol dependency. The helpline serves as a valuable resource because it offers sound advice and guidance for locating the best teenager treatment facility for your situation.
Adolescents can start experimenting with drugs and alcohol for a variety of reasons. But once a young adult develops an addiction issue, achieving sobriety can be difficult. The best thing for any teenager who needs help is to pick up the phone and find a rehab facility as soon as possible. Waiting to end addiction is pointless so start now with help from a troubled teen recovery helpline.
About the troubled teen helpline:
By contacting the troubled teen helpline at (352) 877-2060, teenagers can take the necessary steps they need to end a serious addiction problem. Any teen in The Villages, FL seeking to beat their drinking or drug use is encouraged to contact the helpline immediately to be begin their quest for recovery. Visit www.troubledteens-thevillages.com to learn more about youth rehab and recovery.
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