Often times, people don't even bother to seek substance abuse help because they have no idea where to find it.
(PRWEB) August 20, 2014
It’s no secret that millions of Americans are struggling with substance abuse. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nearly 24 million Americans are using some form of illicit drugs. What’s even more alarming is the fact that the total number of users has increased over the last decade.
Those locked in a struggle with substance abuse often feel there may never be a way out. But now, the newly-redesigned AbuseTreatmentCenters.net has released updated lists of substance abuse resources for those that are seeking help.
“Often times, people don’t even bother to seek help because they have no idea where to find it,” Abuse Treatment Centers spokesperson Johnny Landau. “Now, we have updated listings and substances abuse resources for every state in the country.”
As part of the website’s overhaul, AbuseTreatmentCenters.net is now providing addresses and contact information for rehab facilities around the country. Each of the listings is broken down by state. In addition to abuse treatment centers directory, the site also offers visitors a glimpse of what they can expect as they begin their road to recovery.
“Many folks may feel intimated by the entire recovery process,” says Landau. “That’s why we’ve taken the time to explain the various types of options that are available, and take an in-depth look at the advances in substance abuse treatment.”
Landau reminds visitors that while more treatment options are available than ever before, anyone entering an abuse treatment centers needs to proceed with a level of caution.
“It’s critical for those seeking substance abuse resources to maintain realistic expectations,” says Landau. “Each person is unique and varying forms of treatment may not initially work. However, resiliency is one of the biggest keys to staying clean for good.”
For complete abuse treatment center listings and substance abuse resources, or for more information on where you or a loved one can find help, please visit AbuseTreatmentCenters.net today.