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At Get Detox Now we know and understand that living with addiction can be very difficult and challenging. So, if you are on this website looking for drug detox or alcohol detox, you have already experienced the heartbreak and the loss of hope. We know what it is like. This directory of resources was created with love and hope for those still suffering.

So then, we simplified the process by helping you find a drug rehab and alcohol rehab that best fit your needs.  Our goal is to help as many people as people and that usually begins with taking that very difficult first step of finding help. We made the process easier. For instance, our search directory provides information and resources for you or your family member get into detox now and so you can easily find that “detox near me” or the right treatment center for them. 

 

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We have vetted these centers, WE want to help. Therefore, we DO NOT receive direct compensation from any rehab or organization for drug and alcohol placements or sober living placement.

Let’s Get Started!

Step 1:

You recognize that you or someone you love needs help with an addiction. Start looking for help in our directory and speak to one of the professionals and experienced treatment advisors in complete confidence.

Step 2:

Next, the professionals will help you arrange for transportation from anywhere in the United States to their facilities. Many centers can arrange for a Sober Escort or Companion to travel with you or your loved one if necessary.

Step 3:

Begin Treatment. After a thorough evaluation of your needs, you will go into an effective detox program if necessary. Then on to a safe, comfortable residential treatment program to begin your journey of recovery.

 

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