Press Release: Helpline Improves Options for Troubled Teens in Wake Forest, NC
LIGHTNING RELEASES (6/29/2014) – A troubled teen helpline in Wake Forest, NC is providing valuable information and guidance to adolescents with addiction problems.
If you have a teen who is suffering from a drug or alcohol substance abuse in Wake County, North Carolina, there’ a very good chance you are not alone. Teens in Wake Forest, NC are just as likely to fall victim to addiction as anyone else across the nation. However finding professional youth rehab is not always simple. Fortunately a new troubled teen helpline has been established to provide a valuable tool for young adults seeking to overcome their drug and alcohol dependencies
By calling (919) 529-5115, young addicts can speak to a certified substance abuse professional about their addiction problems and where to find the best teenager treatment facility to fit their specific needs. When a young adult receives help from a teen treatment center, they are placed in the best situation to improve their overall health and wellness. Living life with a chemical dependency can only bring negative long-term consequences. The sooner a teenager receives help, the better their chances for recovery and realizing a bright future.
Don’t allow your teen to continue ruining their life with drugs and alcohol. Call the troubled teen helpline today and help them take the first stop towards a healthy, sober lifestyle.
About the troubled teen helpline:
By calling (919) 529-5115 at any time of the day or night, teenagers in Wake Forest, NC can take a step in the right direction when it comes to overcoming addiction. Finding the best youth rehab center can make the difference between substance abuse and sober living. By calling now, teens can find a teenager treatment facility which gives them the resources to beat their substance abuses. Call today or visit the website at www.troubledteens-wakeforest.com for more information.
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