Drug Rehab and Addiction Treatment Guides
Drugs & Addictions
We offer full and verifiable information on substance addiction and abuse. Learn if you or someone you love suffers from addiction.
Find the best treatment and drug rehab facilities and learn about how your insurance can cover the expenses.
Addiction Resource offers free informational resources and a free toll-free hotline, where you can learn about the details for a successful treatment.
For Addiction Support 24/7 Call SAMHSA: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
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Drug Rehab F.A.Q.
Find answers to your questions about detox, rehab, and recovery from drug addiction.
How Long Does Rehab Take
Recovery from drug addiction recovery is a lifelong process. Learn more about the various stages of recovery and how to maintain your sobriety.
Affordable Care Act and Rehab
Worried about the cost of recovery? Learn how the Affordable Care Act can cover your rehab costs.
Cocaine Rehab and Recovery
Cocaine comes in many forms, and so does its abuse. Find out more about the many rehab centers and treatment programs that can increase your chances of successful recovery.
Heroin Rehab and Recovery
Heroin is one of the most addictive recreational drugs, and can have severe side effects. Learn more about taking the first steps to recovery from heroin abuse.
Crystal Meth Rehab and Recovery
Crystal meth use can have disastrous effects on your body and life. See how you can get clean and start turning your life around today.
In 2013, an estimated 24.6 million Americans aged 12 or older—9.4 percent of the population—had used an illicit drug in the past month. The statistics for 2015 is even more concerning.
You Are Not Alone
Addiction Resource was created to help people struggling with substance abuse and to provide support to their loved ones.
Our goal is to make helpful and verifiable information available on substance abuse and addiction rehab and recovery as well as direct you to the best sources of help, including The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
No matter your age, background or occupation, addiction can become a problem to anyone in our communities. A straight-A student decides to try club drugs. A housewife enjoys a glass of wine on Friday nights. A business owner wants to share his best marijuana vaporizer with his friends after a long day. Addiction can begin innocently, and quickly overpower the best of people. Learn more about the different types of drug rehab programs, the differences between inpatient and outpatient treatment and find out more about rehabs in your area using our local rehabs locator.