Shelby, NC Addiction Hotline Assisting Addicts in Finding Effective Recovery Programs

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The alcoholism treatment hotline for Shelby, NC offers advice and guidance to drug and alcohol abusers.

LIGHTNING RELEASES 01/26/15 — Too many people in Shelby, NC struggle with substance abuse every day. The vicious cycle of drug and alcohol addiction has long been a major concern. For many years, very little information on drug rehab was available for people with alcohol and drug dependency issues. To combat this problem, a new helpline has been established to provide the people of Shelby, NC with a valuable resource to find the proper assistance they need to achieve a sober lifestyle.

By calling the helpline at (704) 751-1596, teens can speak directly with a certified addiction specialist to discuss their addiction issues. Operators are standing by 24/7 to provide valuable information about rehab as well as guidance and support. People can learn about treatment options available at various rehab facilities. Friends and family can use the helpline to learn more about which treatment centers give their loved ones the best opportunity to overcome a drug or alcohol dependency. Additional information can be found on the helpline’s alcohol rehabilitation website.

Drug and alcohol rehab facilities provide a variety of treatment options including drug detox, dual diagnosis, individual and group therapy along with mandatory education programs. The treatments available at rehab centers can help any patient achieve sobriety regardless of their age, gender or social standing. The hotline’s goal is to reduce the rate of teen chemical dependency and to give people a place they can turn to for proper help.

About the alcoholism treatment hotline for Shelby, NC:

The new helpline in Shelby, NC is designed to provide information on drug and alcohol rehab and inform people where they can get assistance for their substance abuse. Individuals are encouraged to call (704) 751-1596 or visit the helpline’s website at www.shelby.northcarolinaalcoholismtreatment.com.

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