Winthrop, MA (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
Teenagers with substance abuse and addiction problems are often afraid to go to their parents, teachers, or close friends when they want to become sober and stop using drugs and alcohol. They fear that those they are close to will judge them. The first step to becoming sober is to admit to addiction and ask for help. The new Winthrop Adolescent Rehab Helpline provides teens with a reliable and trustworthy way to do so. Teens can overcome the hurdle of this first step through the helpline before telling their close friends and family members.
The Winthrop Adolescent Rehab Helpline can be reached at (617) 606-3181 and can serve as a useful resource for teens that are unsure of where to turn to or how to go about becoming sober. Teens can learn about addiction, sobriety, and teen rehab programs from a caring and compassionate addiction specialist when they call the helpline. The information they learn can help them make the decision to seek treatment for their addictions.
The new helpline also offers a corresponding website, http://www.drugrehab-winthrop.com, so that teens have instant access to detailed information on drug rehab programs. 45 day inpatient programs are explained in the website, and every aspect of recovery is also addressed. Visiting the website can provide teen addicts and their families with information on educational and therapeutic offerings available at teenage rehab facilities. Having this important information can make the decision to attend a treatment center much easier.
The Winthrop Adolescent Rehab Helpline acts as a source of hope and help for teenagers struggling with addiction. By calling the helpline or visiting the website, teens are taking an important first step along the road of recovery. Teens and their family members are encouraged to utilize the helpline in their search for sobriety.
About Winthrop Adolescent Rehab Helpline:
Calling the Winthrop Adolescent Rehab Helpline can help teenage addicts get the help they need to overcome addiction and become sober. The number for the helpline is (617) 606-3183, and people can also contact the addiction specialists by emailing mail(at)drugrehab-winthrop(dot)com to learn more.