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A new helpline in Rockville, MD is giving hope for young adults in search of youth rehab. 

LIGHTNING RELEASES (7/22/2014) – Teen substance abuse has long been a serious issue for young people in Montgomery County, MD.  Far too many young struggle each day with a drug or alcohol addiction. Until recently, little information was available for adolescents seeking to overcome substance abuse. The new troubled teen helpline in Rockville was established to provide a valuable resource for young people seeking to find professional help at a youth rehab center.

Parents and their teens are encouraged to call the helpline at (301) 637-8465 to find the best teen treatment center to fit their needs. The helpline gives young adults the opportunity to speak directly to a representative who can address any of their questions or concerns pertaining to youth rehab and substance abuse. Operators are available at all hours to provide guidance, support and information on treatment programs. Additional information can be found on the helpline’s website by visiting www.troubledteens-Rockville.com

When it comes to effective youth rehab, getting immediate help is crucial. Adolescent treatment facilities offer a variety of treatment options including individual and group therapy, dual diagnosis, drug and alcohol detox, teen depression treatment, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and mandatory education programs. Substance abuse has ruined the lives of anyone regardless of age, race, gender or social standing. The troubled teen helpline in Rockville gives teenagers a fighting chance to overcome their addictions and take the first steps to achieve and maintain sobriety.

About the troubled teen helpline:

Ending the vicious cycle of substance abuse is an important issue in Rockville, MD. The new troubled teen helpline was established to make a difference by providing teens and their parents with valuable information needed to find help from a youth rehab center. The helpline is available 24/7 by contacting (301) 637-8465 or visiting www.troubledteens-Rockville.com.