New helpline in Norwood, OH is helping young adults in Monroe County find addiction recovery

LIGHTNING RELEASES 07/29/14 — Admitting to an addiction problem is the first step toward recovery. The next step is to find proper help to overcome a drug or alcohol substance abuse. Unfortunately, many young adults in the state of Ohio struggling with a drug or alcohol substance abuse are completely unaware of where to find professional youth rehab. A new helpline is providing assistance to local teen who are seeking to overcome their addiction problems.

Troubled Teens Norwood can be reached by calling (513) 285-9143. Teens and their parents can speak directly with a certified substance abuse professional who can address any of their questions or concerns pertaining to youth rehab and the recovery process. Specialists are available 24/7 and can also take calls from anyone with substance abuse problems regardless of age.  Parents are encouraged to use the helpline to learn more about which teenager treatment facilities provide the best and most effective recovery to fit their teenager’s needs.  

Adolescents seeking help for their substance abuse problems can find out more about how a teen treatment center can help them achieve and maintain a sober lifestyle. Troubled Teens Norwood also has a corresponding website, , which contains more comprehensive information about available treatment programs, such as dual diagnosis, detox, educational opportunities, teen depression treatment, teen alcohol help and therapy groups. Teenagers and their parents in Norwood, OH are encouraged to call the helpline right away to begin learning about their options for substance abuse recovery.

About Troubled Teens Norwood:

Teen addiction has been a major problem in Norwood, OH for many years. To make a difference in the community, young adults with drug or alcohol issues are encouraged to call Troubled Teens Norwood to find the best teen recovery facility to address their addiction problems. Call today at (513) 285-9143 or visit them online at for more information.


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