Finding the right addiction treatment center is an important decision. Our counselors are available to assist you in locating the drug or alcohol rehab center that is right for you or your loved one. Many addiction treatment center sites you visit are actual facilities that only refer you back to themselves. Although the drug rehab or alcohol treatment center may be appropriate, you should have more than one choice when deciding on a facility. We are able to search for the appropriate treatment center from a database specific to your needs in an unbiased fashion. We understand that everybody is different and so are drug rehab centers. Whether your search for a drug rehab center is leading you towards a 12 Step Program, a Christian Drug Rehab, Holistic program, Inpatient Drug Rehab, or a Cognitive Rehab approach we can help.
When a decision to enter treatment is being made it is important to have a variety of choices and to talk to somebody familiar with several addiction treatment centers. If you call a place directly they of course are going to be biased toward their treatment center and rightfully so, and they may be the best place to go to rehabilitate, however it is helpful if we have other treatment centers to compare to. Whether your self pay, insurance, or looking for lower cost options we can help. It is important to understand that those who travel far from home, and those who choose inpatient drug treatment centers for 90 days or longer have a significant advantage over those who choose a drug treatment center close to home for 28 days.
Our drug and alcohol addiction referral service is totally confidential. We look forward to helping you.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and other 12-Step programs like Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are spiritual programs. Substance abuse is considered a disease, an allergy, a genetic predisposition, and a spiritual malady. The basic premise of Alcoholics Anonymous is that a spiritual program of action is the only way to keep addiction in remission. However, because it is an anonymous program, there are no controlled studies to show whether AA does or does not keep alcoholics sober.
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