Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
10 Best Rehab is pleased to issue its latest series of awards to various rehab centers that are excelling in their industry. The organization has compiled lists of 10 rehab centers that have been assessed to be the best in their respective categories. The following is a list of the three best rehab centers according to 10 Best Rehab, along with short descriptions of what makes them so impressive in their fields.
First on the list of best rehab facilities is the Hazalden Foundation in Center City, Minnesota. For over six decades, the Hazalden Foundation has been changing lives by helping people beat their addictions. There are six locations throughout the United States, and there are several programs tailored to meet the needs of a variety of people and situations. This rehab center offers both outpatient and residential programs, and it is staffed by experts that come up with customized plans to treat both the mental and physical issues of each client. In addition, they will give each patient an additional 18 months of support free of charge to ensure that they are truly set in their new clean and sober lives.
In the second place, 10 Best Rehab ranked Sierra Tucson, located in Tucson, Arizona. As a top rehab center, Sierra Tucson is known for its ability to treat people with a wide variety of disorders and addictions; anyone can get help there. This center has an internationally-known addiction treatment program. In addition, it provides treatment for people who are suffering from depression, chronic pain, eating disorders, and trauma. This rehab center is located on a beautiful site with serene surroundings and a wide range of things to do for patients.
Coming in third in the race for the leading addiction treatment center, Narconon is based in Los Angeles, California. This rehab center prides itself in not only helping people recover from addictions, but educating the public to provide another level of prevention in the fight against drug abuse. Narconon is a nonprofit organization, and although it is based in Los Angeles, this institution has more than 100 rehabilitation centers all around the world. Clients who turn to Narconon will first meet with a professional counselor and will achieve sobriety with the help of an experienced and educated staff of professionals.