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Treatment Center Search

You can use this site to search for a center near you.  TREATMENT LOCATOR

 Questions to Ask a Treatment Facility

This list of questions Developed by the Treatment Research Institute and The Partnership can help guide your conversation with treatment program staff in helping you decide which program is the best fit for your child and family.

The most important thing you can do to help your child is ask treatment programs/providers valuable questions so you can truly understand how their approach works. Knowing what to ask — and comparing the answers from different programs — will help you determine which program your child should try. And, can help you save money (often thousands of dollars) by avoiding the mistake of sending your child to a program that wasn’t a good fit for him or her or your family. Questions to Ask a Treatment Facility

Caregiver Guide: Substance Use Disorder Treatment Planning for Youth With Co-Occurring Disorders
This Guide can help caregivers understand the treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health conditions.  Although this Guide is primarily directed toweards caregivers of youth who have identified mental health codition, any caregiver seeking substance use disorder traeatment services for their youth will also find it useful.
Faith Based Treatment 
Teen Challenge is one of the oldest, largest and most successful programs of its kind in the world. Established in 1958 by David Wilkerson, Teen Challenge has grown to more than 170 centers in the United States. 
 PO BOX 1015
Springfield, MO 65801
(417) 862-6969
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1-800 National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referral Service, Hotlines
Can link the caller to a variety of hotlines that provide treatment referrals.  
24 hours. 
Provides help and referrals for people with concerns about alcohol or drug use.  
24 hours. 
Provides treatment referrals and some drug information.  
24 hours.  
Will refer the caller to a local affiliate office of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Callers can also leave their name and address to receive written information about alcohol and other drug abuse. Touch tone phone is required.
24 hours. 
Families Anonymous                                                                                                                                                                                         

Families Anonymous is a 12 Step Fellowship for family and friends of those individuals with Drug, Alcohol or Behavioral issues.