Best Halfway House Announces New Holiday Services

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The Best Halfway House is offering new holiday services for those in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The new services are geared towards helping those in recovery to remain sober over the holidays.

The Best Halfway House, a nationwide network of treatment and housing options for those in recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism, has announced new services for those in recovery. The Holiday season is known to be a very challenging time for those in recovery. Many people struggle through the holidays since they are around the triggers of family and old friends. The Best Halfway House is committed to helping all of those in need and their new Holiday services include a 24 hour help line, which can help those looking for drug addiction treatment and don't know where to turn. Their hot line phone number is 1-855-712-7848 or they can also be reached on their website,

Anyone that is struggling in recovery over the holidays should give them a call and get the help they need. The Holidays can be full of cheer and holiday spirit, but for people in recovery from drug addiction, the holidays bring up lots of challenges that most non-addicted people do not experience.

The Best Halfway House specializes in offering full sober living and treatment options. Their belief is that someone is never done with their treatment, even after they have left an inpatient drug rehab center. Continuing treatment and follow up is paramount to a successful and life long recovery from drug addiction. The Best Halfway House offers a wide range of addiction treatment services, including IOP (Intensive Outpatient Treatment), Sober Living & Halfway Houses, Drug Detoxification, Alcohol Detox, Suboxone Treatment, Inpatient Alcohol & Drug Rehab, and many other services. Their goal is to ensure that there are recovery services to those in need.

To learn more about the Best Halfway House and their recovery resources, give them a call at 1-855-712-7848 or visit their website at The addiction treatment network wishes a happy and safe holiday season to all of those in recovery and a happy, joyous, and free New Year.

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