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The battle against addiction is still being fought during the spread of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). While most of the country is in lockdown, many people are finding themselves turning to unhealthy coping mechanisms of drugs and alcohol to deal with this uncertain time. However, you don’t have to go through this alone. Rehabilitation centers are still open, providing essential treatment for people in need. You don’t have to wait; if you or your loved one struggles with an addiction, it is possible to begin recovery today.

Rehab centers provide a safe and therapeutic environment for their patients and staff. The safety and health of everyone is a top priority and extra precautions are being put in place to ensure that. This may be a unique opportunity for you or your loved one to begin treatment. If work, education, or social life have been a factor in postponing treatment, this period of isolation could offer a time to focus on recovery and becoming the best version of yourself.

At a professional rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings. If you’re interested in rehab, please give a call to one of our partners’ treatment providers right away and get answers to your questions, free of charge. With one phone call, you can learn:

  • Do I Need Rehab?
  • How Does Treatment Work?
  • What are my Treatment Options?
  • How Do I Convince my Loved One to Get Help?

In a sea of information, it can be hard to distinguish the facts. Our team is working to give you relevant and accurate information on COVID-19 and its ties to addiction and recovery. There have been reports of increased relapse rates due to the loneliness and anxiety that social isolation causes some people to feel. However, there are a variety of treatment options that are available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Inpatient rehab centers are implementing screening and sanitizing precautions to protect everyone involved. Many programs are making use of telehealth to minimize physical contact between patients and counselors. Whatever your concerns may be, a treatment provider can answer your questions and help you find the right program for you or your loved one. Reach out today.

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