Arizona (PRWEB) May 02, 2016 -- Drug Rehab Comparison (DRC) an independent resource site for addiction and recovery launched its newly compiled Addiction & Treatment Guide this week. The guide is now available to download on their website http://www.drugrehabcomparison.com/addiction-treatment-guide/. DRC have offered addicts and their families a range of life saving information on addiction, recovery and treatment facilities for many years. This new comprehensive guide is a compilation of their on-going research and personal experiences. The free publication of this guide signifies the group’s on-going commitment to supporting those who suffer from, or as a result of addiction.
Drug Rehab Comparison Marketing Manager Amy Barrett explained “our site strives to support and inform people about addiction and recovery, in all its forms. We conduct research on an on-going basis sourcing information from authorities such as the Centre for Disease Control and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency. This guide is an accumulation of years of work, research, expertise and experience”.
She went on to say “We at Drug Rehab Comparison are extremely proud of this guide and genuinely believe it will prove to be a positive aid to people struggling with addiction. The guide is clear, concise and easy to read, explaining in detail what addiction is, how to recognise the signs and most importantly how to get help and how to stay sober.
“Often a barrier for addicts and their families is understanding addiction and having the necessary information to address it. Our new guide answers all the common questions related to addiction and is broken down into accessible headings and sub-headings. If somebody has questions regarding addiction and feels confused or overwhelmed, we urge them to access this guide.”
About Drug Rehab Comparison:
Drug Rehab Comparison provides visitors with a range of information presented in the form of articles and research. It also offers a treatment and rehabilitation directory for every state in the country. The new addition of their new downloadable guide makes the site a comprehensive and informative addiction and treatment resource site. Visitors to the site can also access the free consultation number (866) 426-7444 for help, advice and guidance on treatment options. In addition to visiting the site http://www.drugrehabcomparison.com you can also access the sites updates and addiction news on Facebook and Twitter.
Amy Barrett, Drug Rehab Comparison, http://www.drugrehabcomparison.com, +1 (602) 300-6924, [email protected]