By calling the helpline or visiting the website, teens can take the important first step of admitting to addiction and begin to seek help
Newburyport, MA (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
One of the most difficult steps in becoming sober is the initial one of admitting to addiction and seeking help with recovery. Many teenage addicts in Newburyport, MA feel like they have nowhere to turn to when they want to give up drugs or alcohol for good. The Newburyport Adolescent Rehab Helpline now provides teens with a trustworthy resource to contact when they want to get help becoming clean and sober.
The new helpline can be reached by calling (978) 938-4405, and is open 24/7, with addiction specialists ready to provide callers with important information regarding addiction, sobriety, and rehab programs. Special rehab and recovery programs are available to treat teenage addiction, and many teen addicts do not know that they exist. The helpline can make them aware of their options for treatment.
The Newbury Adolescent Rehab Helpline also has a corresponding website, http://www.drugrehabnewburyport.com, where teens can learn even more information about teenage drug and alcohol rehab programs and facilities. These two resources can help teen addicts and their families learn more about rehab and with this information, they can make an informed decision on what type of treatment to seek for their recovery.
By calling the helpline or visiting the website, teens can take the important first step of admitting to addiction and begin to seek help. While becoming sober without help is certainly possible, the process becomes much easier with the help of trained addiction professionals. This is why the helpline emphasizes the importance of attending a rehab and recovery program. Teen addicts should call today to learn more about the recovery process and take the first step toward sobriety.
About Newburyport Adolescent Rehab Helpline:
Calling the Newburyport Adolescent Rehab Helpline at (978) 938-4405 can help teen addicts take control of their addiction and take back their lives. Teens and their families can also learn more about rehab and the sobriety process by emailing any questions to mail(at)drugrehabnewburyport(dot)com.