Our articles are intended to teach people the most fundamental concepts of handling substance abusers and there are even specific articles for helping teenagers, adults, and senior citizens with these issues, individually.
(PRWEB) August 19, 2016
September is nationally recognized as Recovery Month, a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) sponsored event, a time of spreading awareness about the problem of mental health and substance abuse in the country. Since 2009, roughly 24 million Americans needed treatment for substance abuse and those figures have continued to rise each year since. Through hearing harrowing stories of personal strength and perseverance, one company has decided to throw its hat in the ring and spread the word to help people this year.
AbuseTreatmentCenters.net, a company that has helped the families of people suffering from substance abuse, with free information and guidance, takes on National recovery Month by publishing a new set of free articles to help people identify a problem and guide them through the steps. People that know the struggle of watching a family member slowly destroy themselves with substance abuse are encouraged to use these tools to help the people they love.
The spokesman of the company, Johnny Landau, also spoke on their latest release of informational articles.
”It’s tragic when people see a loved one suffering from substance abuse. We understand the feeling of helplessness that people experience when they have never dealt with a situation like substance abuse before. Our articles are intended to teach people the most fundamental concepts of handling substance abusers and there are even specific articles for helping teenagers, adults, and senior citizens with these issues, individually. It’s not just a “one-size-fits-all” approach, like many other companies take, this is a real system and it takes time and effort.”
The new set of articles includes important steps like how to identify a substance abuse problem, living in a household with someone recovering from addiction, and even how people can identify the signs of relapse.
The free articles are AbuseTreatmentCenters.net’s way of spreading awareness this September. Landau hopes that people will find what they need in their collection of articles and hope to see more people receiving the care they need this year with an increase in treatment rates.
Landau and the team at AbuseTreatmentCenters.net want to remind people to stay vigilant and if nothing else, take away how to identify the signs of substance abuse. The first step to helping someone is learning to identify they have a problem to begin with, Landau concluded.