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A new helpline for troubled teens in Riviera Beach, FL is offering options for recovery assistance.
Riviera Beach, FL (PRWEB) August 21, 2014
Teen drug and alcohol abuse has long been a major issue among young people in Florida. Countless lives have been ruined by substance because many didnt know where to turn for help. But a new helpline is giving teenagers and their parents a valuable resource to find professional youth rehab. The new Troubled Teens Riviera Beach helpline gives parents and their teenager a valuable resource to find professional youth rehab and discuss their issues with a certified substance abuse specialist who can assist with issues like teen depression.
The helpline can be reached by contacting (561) 303-2374 during any time of the day or evening. Teens can speak directly to a representative to discuss any of their addiction issues. Parents can learn about the latest treatment options offered at teenager treatment facilities and where to locate the best teen treatment center for their teenager. Youth rehab centers employ a staff of certified substance abuse professionals who utilize the latest techniques of alcohol and drug detox, therapy, dual diagnosis and teen depression treatment in a safe and nurturing environment.
Adolescents experiment with drugs and alcohol for a variety of reasons. But the longer a parent waits to get proper help for their teenager, the more difficult it becomes to overcome a drug or alcohol dependency. The best solution for any parent with a teen struggling with a drug or alcohol issue is to pick up the phone and find a teenager treatment facility as soon as possible.
About the Troubled Teens Riviera Beach helpline:
By contacting the Troubled Teens Riviera Beach helpline at (561) 303-2374, an adolescent can take the necessary steps needed to achieve and maintain sobriety. If your teenager is suffering from a drug or alcohol substance abuse, call the helpline immediately or visit the Troubled Teens Helpline website for more information.
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