A new teen rehab helpline is providing a valuable resource for young adults seeking to overcome substance abuse.
LIGHTNING RELEASES (3/13/2014) – Finding reliable help for a drug and alcohol addiction wasn’t always easy in Vermilion, OH. It’s especially challenging for teenagers who struggle with substance abuse. A new helpline has been implemented to provide assistance for local teens battling a chemical dependency. Having an open discussion about your addiction and asking for help is never easy for anyone. Teens are especially fearful of being judged by their family and friends. The helpline now makes asking for addiction help much easier.
Many young adults believe they can overcome their addictions alone. While this may be possible for some, it can be extremely difficult and dangerous. Receiving assistance from certified addiction professionals can be extremely beneficial during the recovery process. This is why helpline operators recommend professional treatment programs to all callers struggling with substance abuse. The helpline can be reached toll-free by calling (440) 262-5929 and is available 24/7. No one should have to face addiction recovery alone, which is why they are encouraged to call the helpline.
The helpline’s corresponding website, www.drugrehab-vermilion.com, also provides teen addicts with more comprehensive information that can help them make important decisions on what type of treatment is best for their recovery. Overcoming addiction is not something that can be achieved over the course of a weekend. An addict must be willing to make a serious commitment to sobriety maintain it permanently. Working with addiction counselors in an inpatient treatment program can aid in the sobriety process and provide recovering addicts with the tools they need to continue living free of drugs and alcohol. Call the helpline today to get started on living a sober lifestyle.
About the helpline:
If a drug or alcohol dependency has taken over your life, the best course of action is to find an accredited addiction treatment program. To learn more about your options for recovery, call the helpline at (440) 262-5929, or email [email protected] for more information.