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Anonymous Drug Rehab
Professional help can be invaluable when it comes to beating a drug or alcohol addiction, but many addicts may fear the stigma and judgment of friends or coworkers if their affliction is discovered. It may seem tempting to try to fix the problem within the safety and anonymity of one's own home, but this manner of thinking can do more harm than good. Addiction is a complex disease that requires the assistance of highly trained specialists, and treatment options are available that allow patients to control their health information or remain anonymous. Recovery doesn't have to be a public affair, and BetterAddictionCare can help you find the right private rehab program in our nationwide recovery network of top facilities.
Staying Anonymous: Drug Help With Discretion
Both inpatient and outpatient facilities may provide the option to remain anonymous. Drug rehab facilities in our network recognize a client's right to privacy and operate with the goal of creating a safe, comfortable environment for all patients. After treatment ends, you can continue your recovery while staying anonymous. Drug help and support groups can be found in many local neighborhoods and operate under strict confidentiality agreements while providing a place for recovering addicts to support one another. For additional and discreet aid in recovery, BetterAddictionCare's post-treatment support services offer individualized assistance.
Anonymous Drug Rehab and Recovery Options
If you're having trouble finding the best program for you, consider using BetterAddictionCare's pre-screening assessment. We'll sort through our database of traditional and alternative rehab programs to help determine the best potential matches for you. Our team of client care specialists can assist you with the coordination of any transportation and public or private insurance requirements and can do so with the utmost discretion. We can also direct you to addiction counseling services located near you.
Fear should never be the barrier between you and your opportunity to start healing. Call today or fill out our contact form to get help now and get sober with BetterAddictionCare.