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About Us

Treatment4Addiction.com is developed and maintained by Recovery Brands, LLC, a subsidiary of American Addiction Centers, Inc. ("AAC"). AAC is a leading provider of both residential and outpatient addiction treatment services. For more information about Treatment4Addiction.com's affiliation with AAC, please see below under "How Our Helpline Works."

How Our Helpline Works

For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the Treatment4Addiction.com helpline is a private and convenient solution. Caring admissions consultants are standing by 24/7 to discuss your treatment options. These advisors work solely for AAC and will discuss with you whether an AAC facility may be an option for you. To view a list of residential treatment centers operated by AAC, visit americanaddictioncenters.org/treatment-centers.

If AAC cannot provide a treatment option that meets your needs, the admission consultant may suggest that you search for a non-AAC treatment facility. Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. Neither Treatment4Addiction.com nor AAC receives any commission or other fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a visitor may ultimately choose. You can connect with hundreds of other facilities by browsing our listings and calling them directly, or by visiting SAMHSA.gov.

Ethics

We commit to high ethical standards, in the interest of being as helpful as possible to those seeking treatment. We aim to make our site as transparent as possible by marking ads to distinguish them from editorial content, disclosing our sponsors, as well as AAC's relationship with our website and our helpline. We take steps to ensure our advertisers are licensed, similar to the criteria used by the federally run Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) provider directory at SAMHSA.gov.

Our content is impartial and unbiased. We do not endorse or subscribe to any particular recovery method, and we believe that the personal decision to seek treatment is one that should be done autonomously and with the support of all possible information.

We hold ourselves to the highest level of financial integrity, and we do not sell or broker admissions, or engage in unethical "consultant contracts." If you encounter any marketing practices based on calls made to centers or helplines listed on this site that you feel are deceptive, unethical, or misleading, contact us and we will do our best to correct the situation and help you find a trustworthy provider.

Identifying an Appropriate Treatment Provider

The process of finding a treatment provider can feel overwhelming. Resources, like facility websites or Treatment4Addiction.com and the following guide, can help you determine which options are best for you or your loved one.

  • Identify proper accreditation and licensure. Appropriate state licensure is important in determining what services and levels of care are permissible to be rendered at a treatment center. Some facilities voluntarily obtain accreditation from the Joint Commission or CARF, indicating that they have met quality and safety standards that go beyond those required by the state.
  • Determine if the program is a clinical match. Successful outcomes rely on appropriate clinical care. There is no one-size-fits-all method to treatment. When searching for treatment, ask an admissions counselor for details on the clinical program. Are the methodologies utilized evidence-based (meaning scientifically proven to produce better outcomes)? Does the treatment center employ medically licensed healthcare providers? Will the center provide the name and credentials of its providers? Has the treatment center published any outcome studies? Make note of the questions you are asked by the admissions team, and if they ask you for your medical history. This will help you and the facility's staff determine if your needs match with the clinical program offered.
  • Assess your financial options. Discuss with your insurance provider or an admissions counselor if treatment is "in-network." If your insurance provider will not cover treatment or a portion of treatment, determine what additional expenses you may have to cover ahead of time, and ask if payment plans are available.
  • Get as much information as possible. Read about the staff's experiences, skills, and licenses online, and view videos and photos and read reviews to "see" what the treatment experience will be like. Ask an admissions counselor about how the intake, treatment, and discharge process work, and about what happens after treatment.
  • Look for red flags and possible warning signs. Some treatment centers advertise a "cure" or an unrealistic success rate. Others may only ask you about your ability to pay, and then determine a "fit" without getting any medical or clinical information about you. Some possible bad actors will even offer you gifts, cash incentives, help with obtaining insurance, or free travel. These are possible signs of illegal or unethical behaviors that can possibly harm you or your loved one.

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The Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Guide


Asking for help when it comes to addiction or mental health issues is never an easy task, nor is navigating the realm of treatment options. Treatment4Addiction.com (T4A) can be your guide assisting in the sometimes complicated mission of seeking out help for you or someone that you love currently struggling with substance abuse or serious to moderate physiological conditions.

T4A boasts a compassionate and knowledgeable staff of addiction professionals available to guide you through the process of searching for the best match in regards to treatment. If it is a drug rehab center that is needed T4A is the most comprehensive nationwide treatment facility directory. Our website is a one-stop wealth of information complete with formidable and practicaladvice concerning all areas of recovery and treatment, as well as:

  • Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs
  • An Extensive Overview of Legal and Illicit Drugs
  • Drug and Alcohol Interventions
  • Support for the Family/Partners of an Addict/Alcoholic
  • Alcohol and Drug Detox Facilities
  • Signs, Symptoms and the Hazards of Addiction
  • Addictive Behaviors and Physiological Conditions
With Treatment4Addiction.com users have an incredible wealth of information and resources all in one place. Search through our hundreds of research articles, personal testimonials and blogs written by those in the world of recovery. T4A also has an archive of informative videos produced by medical and professional individuals involved in the field of recovery and mental health. Research the biographies of a range of addiction specialists throughout the United States. Businesses also have the ability to be added to our vast directory.

Users who are looking for a drug rehab center can navigate through our extensive treatment center directory based on location or specialty. Here at Treatment4Addiction we offer an in-depth resource of tools in order to make your search for recovery one of comfort. Seeking help for substance addiction and mental health solutions should never be a hardship.

Let Treatment4Addiction do the work for you, we provide free consultation and referral services for individuals pursuing a life of sobriety. Allow our team of experts to assist you on your journey to a new and fulfilling life in recovery. We pride ourselves on superior service and are here to handle all your questions.

For more information please call 888-480-1703 Who Answers? to speak with an addiction professional today!


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