New adolescent substance abuse help service in Liberty, OH gives parents and their teenager addict a place to locate youth rehab centers.

LIGHTNING RELEASES 07/29/14 — Admitting to a drug or alcohol addiction is the first step toward recovery for anyone who is battling a serious substance abuse problem in the Ohio Keys. The next step is to seek help from an expert youth rehab center. Unfortunately, many adolescents in Liberty, OH who suffer from a drug or alcohol dependency are unaware of where to go or who to ask for help when it comes to seeking youth rehab. Troubled teen Liberty was established to provide a valuable tool for local teens who are seeking to overcome their substance abuse.

By calling (937) 835-4293, parents and their teens can speak directly with a certified addiction professional who can address any of their questions or concerns pertaining to adolescent treatment facilities. Operators are available 24/7 to take calls from anyone with substance abuse issues regardless of age.  Parents can learn more about which youth rehab centers provide the best and most affordable care for their adolescent.  

Teens interested in receiving assistance for their substance abuse issues can learn more about how a youth rehab center can help them achieve and maintain their sobriety. The helpline also has a corresponding website,, which contains additional information about available youth rehab programs, such as dual diagnosis, detox, educational opportunities and therapy groups. Young adults and their parents in Liberty are encouraged to call the helpline today to begin long journey to sobriety.

About Troubled Teens Liberty:

Young adult drug and alcohol abuse has been a serious problem in Liberty, OH for many years. To help provide a valuable tool to find proper youth rehab, parents are encouraged to call troubled teens Liberty to find the best adolescent treatment facility for their child. Call the helpline today at (937) 835-4293 or send an email [email protected] to receive more information on treatment centers for teens.

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