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Our Mission

Battling drug abuse and addiction on your own is difficult and scary. When you don’t have anyone who understands what you’re going through, it’s harder to stay on top of your self-care and remain sober. But there are a variety of treatment options available that can help even those who have been struggling for years to get sober. The mission of this site is to create a directory of all the available drug and alcohol treatment options in one place, so you can spend less time searching for treatment and more time getting your life back on track. While recovery from drug and alcohol misuse is difficult, it doesn’t have to be scary and you don’t have to face it alone. Our goal is to help people find hope and help, even when it feels impossible to move forward.

Find A Local Treatment Program

Whether you’re looking for drug rehab, an alcohol treatment program, a drug detox center, or another form of treatment, we strive to offer you a user-friendly directory, so you can find what’s best for your individual needs. You’ll get the support you need from a professional, and be able to build a network of relationships to help you overcome your drug abuse issues. When it’s easier to find treatment, it’s easier to make that first call and get started on the road to recovery. It’s important to understand what each program offers and what they can do for you before signing up. You can read more details about each of these treatment options below.


Drug Rehabilitation

Drug rehabilitation centers offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment. With inpatient treatment, you live on-site, getting around the clock care and treatment. Outpatient drug rehab doesn't require you to live on-site, but can still give you the structure and support you need to make serious changes in your life.


Alcoholism Treatment Program

Alcoholism comes with its own set of complications and seeking help usually involves detoxing from alcohol first. Once the drug is out of your system, you can learn about how to live without alcohol. Part of your treatment may be attending meetings


Sober Living

If you're transitioning out of inpatient rehab, or even out of an incarceration situation, it can be hard to go back to the routine of daily living. It can be tempting to fall back into old habits. Sober living gives you the opportunity to slowly transition back into everyday life with the help and support of a house of other people in recovery.

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

If you're experiencing both drug or alcohol addiction and a mental illness at the same time, it's important to get treatment for both conditions. Dual diagnosis treatment is a form of mental health treatment that focuses on treating both your mental health condition and your drug addiction at the same time.

Is Treatment Right For Me?

If you’ve tried to quit drugs or alcohol in the past but were unable to do so on your own, the good news is that treatment can help you quit once and for all. With the right support system in place, staying sober is easier than trying to handle it alone. But how do you know if treatment is right for you? If your drug or alcohol use is getting in the way of everyday life, it’s time to seek treatment. If you’re experiencing financial hardship because of drug use, or you find it difficult to hold down a job, attend school, or maintain relationships, treatment can help. If using drugs or alcohol is on your mind constantly, it’s time to get help. If you just want to get back on track with healthy living, treatment can make this a reality for you. There are many kinds of treatment, so even if you’ve tried one type in the past and were unsuccessful, it may not have been the choice you really needed.  Here are some of the most effective treatment options available.


Drug & Alcohol Detox

Quitting cold turkey can pose a serious risk, especially for someone who has been a heavy user for a long time. Scary withdrawal symptoms include nausea, mood swings, insomnia, chills, fever, sweating, or even seizures. A detox center can help you safely get off drugs or alcohol and can help you in the case of any medical complications.

Substance Abuse Treatment

Substance abuse treatment often involves sessions with a licensed drug counselor, psychologist, or therapist. These professionals have a true understanding of what you’re going through and can teach you the tools you need to cope with your problems without turning to drugs or alcohol.

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