Our objective is to connect people with addiction, and their families, with the best detox and inpatient treatment program for their recovery needs.
With our extensive directory of addiction treatment programs in every state across the nation, we can assist you in getting the help you or your loved one needs to overcome addiction and mental health disorders.
We select facilities based on important credentials to make sure you or your loved one can find the best possible care for addiction, mental illness, dual diagnosis, and more.
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We have your best interest in mind when providing information on substance abuse and mental health. Our aim is to direct individuals and families to the best treatment options possible by choosing facilities with key recognitions and great care.
Informational guides and recovery resources have been reviewed by professionals in the medical field for accuracy.
Learn about the most commonly abused substances across the U.S. and how each substance use disorder may be treated.
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