Addiction Treatment Centers and Mental Health Help
Drug and Alcohol Detox
Detox is a crucial step for those who are chemically dependent to alcohol or drugs. There are various levels of detox and different protocols for each type of substance that has been used. Learn More >>
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
A person suffering from a mental health condition and addiction simultaneously is referred to as a dual diagnosis or also as a co-occurring disorder. Learn More >>
We provide free assessments and placement assistance to high quality addiction rehab treatment centers across the globe. Learn More About Addiction Rehab and options. Learn More >>
Mental Health Help
Mental Health conditions affect millions of people each year. We provide resources to the best Mental Health Treatment Programs and can help you or your loved get help today. Learn More >>
Eating Disorders Treatment
Eating Disorders affect both men and women and range from anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive overeating. We provide resources to the best Eating Disorder programs. Learn More >>
Those closest to the one suffering from an addiction, mental health, or eating disorder are also affected. It is important for the family members and friends to also get help and recover. Learn More >>
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