Collingswood, NJ (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
Teenage drug and alcohol addiction is a major problem across New Jersey. For years, many young adults suffering from substance abuse had no place to turn for help. Talking to parents and friends can be helpful. But it’s essential for young people struggling with chemical dependency to get proper help from a reputable alcohol and drug facility.
The new Collingswood Adolescent Rehab Helpline can provide parents and teens with an excellent resource for finding the right treatment facility and programs to fit their needs. Operators are always available to answer questions, provide basic information and advice or help anyone or locate a drug rehab facility which can give them the best chance for recovery. Call today (856) 542-5305 to get started on the journey to sobriety.
Ending the vicious cycle of substance abuse alone isn’t impossible. But with the help of addiction professionals, recovery is always an option. The Collingswood Adolescent Helpline can open doors to new opportunities for teenagers that were previously closed. Prior to the establishment of the helpline, information on rehab programs available to young adults was extremely limited. For additional information, the helpline has also established a website at http://www.drugrehabcollingswood.com.
When it comes to overcoming addiction, getting the right information is essential. The more informed you are, the better the chances for returning to healthy, productive life. The Collingswood Adolescent Rehab Helpline can not only provide a forum where teens can discuss their questions and concerns about substance abuse, it’s also a good place to find the best rehab program for their situation.
About Collingswood Adolescent Rehab Helpline:
The Collingswood Adolescent Rehab Helpline is designed to provide parents and teens with valuable information and advice on the benefits of drug rehab and where to get the best treatment. Call today at (856) 542-5305 or send an email to mail(at)drugrehabcollingswood(dot)com to learn more on how a drug rehab facility can help your child achieve and maintain sobriety.