Narconon Freedom Center Completes Intake Counselor Office Renovations
Narconon Freedom Center Michigan completed Intake Counselor Office renovations last week expanding their capacity to help people struggling with addiction.
Albion, MI (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Narconon Freedom Center Michigan just completed a renovations project for eight new Intake Counselor Offices. The center routinely handles between 400 and 800 calls a week from people requesting information about alcohol and drug addiction and the holistic drug rehab program the center delivers. The new offices increase the number of Intake Counselors the center can have on hand to help callers.
Intake Counselors answer questions ranging from: “What are the signs a child or loved one could be abusing alcohol or drugs?” “What should I do if I suspect my child is using drugs?” “What types of programs and help is available?” Counselors can also provide information on intervention services and what an intervention entails.
“With over 100 people a day dying from the prescription painkiller overdose epidemic and more from heroin, meth and other illegal street drugs, we wanted to increase our ability to help. The new offices increase the number of people we can have on the phones to answer questions and help those struggling with addiction. There is no charge for calls to intake counselors and all calls are confidential,” said Brian Kuehne, Executive Director Narconon Freedom Center.
Kuehne reports that the majority of calls are from parents (both mothers and fathers), grandparents, siblings, spouses and friends. Few of the calls are from the individuals struggling with addiction themselves.
For more information on how to get a loved one struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction on the road to recovery, visit http://www.freedomdrugrehab.com or call an Intake Counselor today at toll-free 877-362-9682. All calls are free of charge and confidential.
About Narconon Freedom Center
Narconon Freedom Center, Albion, Michigan, is a non-profit alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility licensed through the state. The program has been helping those struggling with substance abuse and alcoholism for over 47 years. William Benitez founded the Narconon program in 1966 with the drug-free rehabilitation education researched and developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Narconon program is a holistic drug-free rehab program. The drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility also provides drug prevention education to schools and community outreach programs. For Drug education in your school or community contact the center at 517-629-8661.
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