Treatment

Are You Looking for an Addiction Treatment Program?


When someone is struggling to break the cycle of substance abuse in her or his life, the necessary first step is to decide that a change needs to be made. Substance abuse not only affects the lives of those who are suffering from addiction, but it oftentimes also devastates the family and friends of the addicted individual. If you know someone who could benefit from professional help when it comes to addiction and recovery services, contact Drug Abuse Intervention today.

Individualized Recovery Plans


Our compassionate intake coordinators are ready and waiting to give you more information about how our case managers create personalized addiction treatment programs for each client. Every individual will be placed in a luxury rehab facility that custom tailors each facet of the program to our clients’ specific needs and addiction histories. In general, most addiction treatment programs last 30 days, but sometimes there are clients who require a longer stay at a drug rehab facility. Drug Abuse Intervention has the resources to place you or your loved one with a drug rehab center that offers treatment programs that last 30, 60, or 90 days. Assessments with a case manager will determine which length of treatment is appropriate.
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Types of Addictions


Addiction treatment programs are beneficial for those who may be struggling with addictions to prescription pills, cocaine, marijuana, heroin, methamphetamines, alcohol, and more. Our diverse set of partners offers our clients access to drug rehab centers, luxury rehab facilities, outpatient treatment options, and intensive inpatient treatment. Call to speak with an intake coordinator about which addiction recovery program could be right for you or a loved one.

Ready for More Information?


To learn more about all of our addiction treatment options, call Drug Abuse Intervention at
(888) 271-9935 to talk to an intake coordinator. We are here to help individuals and families who have been affected by the disease of addiction. It is our sincere hope that we are able to facilitate the full recovery of all those who desire help. It’s time to make a change that results in sustained recovery and unlimited potential.