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WHAT WE DO

While there are many organizations that offer similar services, at Drugless.org there are several factors that set us apart:

Experienced and knowledgeable staff.

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For many years, we have been helping people who have an addiction while also providing support to their loved ones. With our experience and knowledge, there is no problem too big.

High quality information.

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Sometimes, all it takes is targeted advice to get your life back on the right track. As you move through the pages of Drugless.org, you will find plenty of advice related to drug addiction, treatment, and interventions.

Drug abuse prevention.

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In addition to helping those who are already dealing with an addiction, we put a lot of time and resources into educating others on how to prevent drug abuse. From parents to teachers, there are people out there who can help stop drug abuse.

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Drugless.org is a community of volunteers who have all been affected by addiction. We know your struggle firsthand.

Drug Abuse Among Teens

Did you know that prescription medications are the most commonly abused drug among teenagers? This is something that parents and educators often times overlook.

We have many programs that educate parents, teachers, and health care providers on the seriousness of prescription medicine addiction.

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Addiction Treatment Advice

Although there is a lot of treatment advice out there, you have come to the right place for the best information.

We have collaborated with many of the top professionals in the world, as well as “everyday people,” to ensure that our resources provide the proper information and advice

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three steps regarding taking treatment

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Identify the problem through thorough screening and assessment by the appropriate health care professional.

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Become educated as to the available treatment options.

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Enroll in a drug treatment program – either inpatient or outpatient – that can help get your life back on track.

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