If you are seeking drug and alcohol related addiction rehab for yourself or a loved one, the sponsored hotline is a confidential and convenient solution.
Calls to any sponsored hotline (non-facility) will be answered by:
Drug Treatment Advisors
If you wish to contact a specific medical detox center then find a specific detox center using our detox locator tool.
To learn more about how Detox Near Me operates, please call us today.
Having to watch a loved one struggle with a substance use disorder is a tough experience to face as a family. It is important to know when to step in and intervene to make sure they get the help they need. Sometimes, the best way to begin an early intervention is through a face-to-face conversation […]Read More
It’s no secret that being sober and overcoming addiction is incredibly challenging. It can be overwhelming to think about being sober for the rest of your life. As a result, it can be helpful to think about the specific steps you’re going to take during recovery to avoid relapse. There are various ways to avoid […]Read More
We’re not talking about taking Tylenol for a headache. Self-medicating is when an individual attempts to cope with continuous emotional or physical pain through substance abuse, either prescription or non-prescription, without the supervision of a licensed professional. This medication can also include recreational drugs and alcohol. Unfortunately, pain is an issue that is becoming more […]Read More
Everyone experiences sadness in some way or another at certain points in their lives. Depression, however, is not just feeling sad. Unfortunately, depression is one of the most common mood disorders in the U.S., affecting 16 million American adults each year. Some of the markings of depression include: Loss of interest in everyday activities Substance […]Read More
Substance abuse comes in many forms. One of them is self-medication. The use of alcohol, illicit drugs, or medications (prescription and over the counter) to cope with anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders is very common. Unfortunately, this type of substance use can increase the likelihood of the onset or escalation of emotional disorders like anxiety. […]Read More
People with substance use disorder (SUD) frequently try to hide their symptoms and downplay the problem. If you suspect that a friend or family member may need drug rehab, you should look closely for potential warning signs. A loved one’s substance abuse can cause significant stress and damage not only to themself but to the […]Read More
People frequently downplay symptoms of substance use disorder (SUD) to themselves and others. Additionally, no two people follow the same path to substance use, so it is easy to be confused about whether or not a person has SUD. Moreover, the signs and symptoms of SUD can differ from one person to the next. However, there are […]Read More
While anxiety is a part of life, it is vital to get help when it affects your daily life. It is essential to realize that chronic anxiety can cause genuine medical problems. Issues can arise in your life when anxiety is hard to manage and affects your day-to-day living. Everyone feels anxious, but when anxiety […]Read More
When people struggle with addiction and realize their need for help, several factors may still keep them from seeking or committing to treatment. One factor that many consider before going to rehab is what they are going to tell their employer or what may happen to their job while they are in a residential facility. […]Read More
Finding the right rehab program can take some trial and error, and it is common to weigh the pros and cons of each program when looking for the best possible route to a sober future, including the bottom line for your expenses. However, it is impossible to put a price tag on sobriety, and there […]Read More