The new AbuseTreatmentCenters.net provides visitors with helpful resources and information about abuse treatment centers nationwide.
(PRWEB) December 04, 2013
Coping with drug, alcohol or other addictions or dependencies is an issue millions of Americans face. Unfortunately, these addictions and dependencies can become amplified for various reasons during the holiday season.
When the addictions become too much to overcome alone, entering one of the many abuse treatment centers across the country becomes an option. Choosing the right treatment center for addiction is critical for long-term success and well-being.
So what separates the various abuse treatment centers from one another? Now, a new website full of resources and information about abuse treatment centers nationwide has been launched to help answer the question.
“Often times the toughest part about the journey to sobriety is taking the first step,” said AbuseTreatmentCenters.net spokesperson Johnny Landau. “Our site is designed to help addicts or their loved ones get the information they need to begin their road to recovery.”
Landau adds that not only is the information on the site available at no charge, but those who visit can do so under complete anonymity.
“Some understandably feel embarrassed about reaching out for help when in actuality they should be lauded for recognizing their problem is now out of their control,” said Landau. “Visitors can rest assured that there are no questionnaires or invasions of privacy on our site.”
In addition to providing information about abuse treatment centers for all 50 states, the site explains the difference between the various treatment options that are available, as well as what patients can expect upon entering a sobriety program.
“It goes without saying that the decision to enter a treatment programs is an enormous one,” said Landau. “That’s why we want those seeking treatment and their loved ones to be as prepared as possible for what they will be going through.”
For more information about abuse treatment centers in your area, or for helpful and complimentary addiction resources, please visit AbuseTreatmentCenters.net today.
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