LIGHTNING RELEASES 03/05/14 - There are thousands teenagers throughout the State of New York who suffer from a drug and alcohol addiction. Many are in denial about the dangerous long-term effects their substance abuse has on their physical, mental and emotional health. When they finally realize their chemical dependency has gotten out of control, many are unsure where to turn to for help. The Lloyd Drug Rehab and Detox Helpline has been established to provide a valuable resource for teens seeking to overcome their addiction.
By calling (845) 637-3617, teens can speak directly to an operator who can provide reliable information about treatment programs available a rehab centers. Addiction professionals are available at all hours to answer any questions or concerns about substance abuse. The helpline was designed to provide information, guidance and support for anyone struggling with addiction. Parents can use the helpline to learn about which rehab facilities give their child the best opportunity to conquer their addiction. Additional information can be found on the helpline’s website at www.drugrehab-lloyd.com
Admitting to a drug or alcohol problem is the first major step on the road to recovery. But finding the right facility with qualified personnel is often the most crucial factor to achieving and maintaining a sober lifestyle. Calling the helpline places young adults in the best position to find the necessary assistance they need to reach their full potential.
Attending an inpatient rehab facility allows teenagers to focus on recovery without the distractions and negative influences of the outside world. Addiction treatment programs afford patients with the best chances of recovery. The goal of the helpline is to not only assist young people with becoming sober, but to also develop them into well-rounded people. If you or someone you know would like to give up drugs and alcohol, call today.
About Lloyd Substance Abuse Helpline:
The Lloyd Addiction Helpline is designed to provide a much-needed resource for young adults who are seeking to put an end to their substance abuse issues. To learn more on the rehab programs and treatment options available to teenagers, call (845) 637-3617 or visit them online at www.drugrehab-lloyd.com for more information.