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Austin, TX is the Newest Recipient of a Substance Abuse Helpline for Troubled Teens

August 22, 2014

A new helpline for troubled teens in Austin, TX gives parents and teens a valuable resource to find professional youth rehab.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2014

Young adults residing in Austin, TX who battle with drug or alcohol addiction regularly have an exciting new source of guidance and advice for ending a substance abuse problem once and for all. The new Troubled Teens Austin helpline can direct them towards a certified teen recovery facility with devoted addiction counselors. By contacting the helpline at (512) 630-0126, parents and their adolescent can start the process of locating a teen treatment center and get started on the road to recovery.

Drug and alcohol addiction is a disease which brings many awful consequences. The best solution for an adolescent to turn their life around is to get help from dedicated addiction professionals at an adolescent treatment facility. To find a rehab center which offers the best chance for sobriety, call the helpline as soon as possible.

When drugs and alcohol are threatening to take over a young person’s life, getting expert help is crucially important to sobriety. One simple phone call can start the process of living addiction free. Postponement is not an option for a teen with a real problem. Parents are encouraged to call to ensure their child has a bright and healthy future. Make sure to ask about teen depression treatment!

About the Troubled Teens Austin helpline:

When a teenager in Austin, TX battles substance abuse on a regular basis, they need to pick up the phone and contact the helpline for troubled teens at (512) 630-0126 as soon as possible. The helpline is designed to provide a valuable resource for young adults who need assistance, but do not know where to turn for help. For more information, call today or send an email to mail(at)troubledteens-austin(dot)com.

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