The Addiction Treatment Helpline is now opening a new office at 1500 Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Addiction Treatment Helpline helps people in the New England and Upper Atlantic states by providing them with a complete resource and database of useful information for people looking for help with drug addiction and substance abuse.
The helpline's mission is to "provide immediate help for those people who visit the site or call the helpline," and their primary goal is to "be the most reliable source of information for those who are living with the terrible ordeal of addiction."
The employees at the Addiction Treatment Helpline assist anyone who is looking for information regarding addiction, substance abuse, treatment programs, and rehab centers. This means that not only the people that have an addiction will receive help, but also their family and friends can call in to receive help and information. With a new office opening in Philadelphia, even more people who are affected by addiction can be helped because this new office will allow employees to narrow their expertise down to the upper Atlantic area.
The Helpline is a complete resource, meaning that they will provide you with everything you need to know about drug addiction, recovery, relapse, and rehab. This could include extensive information on personal addiction, which would include information on signs and symptoms of addictions from well- known drugs, such as opiates or stimulants, or from lesser known, new drugs such as synthetic drugs. You can also receive referrals, which will help you find a treatment program or facility that is right for you.
The Addiction Treatment Helpline is also for people who are not necessarily in need of help for an addiction. They also work with leading treatment and rehabilitation facilities so that they can network and connect with others that may need their help.
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