DRS is very proud to announce that our call center partner RNT CONSULTING LLC has got their accreditation from the state of Florida. See it here

 This certification confirms that our call center has met the standard ofthroughout the state of Florida regarding the services offered to our clients reaching our website.

One of the problems within the field of addiction is some "referral agencies" are, in fact, owned by treatment centers to fill their beds, which is by itself misleading visitors. This is widely covered on the Internet https://theintercept.com/2017/10/17/google-search-drug-use-opioid-epidemic/.

 DRS and RNT CONSULTING LLC are an independent website and call center not owned by any treatment. We are also trying to refer you to treatment that believes in good treatment practice, not rehabs that substitute an addiction with another dependency using medication. We believe that a drug-free life can be achieved. Medication can be used but only for detox purpose.

Our goal is to give you the possibility of attain a drug-free life.


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Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers For Law Enforcement & First Responders In Michigan

Michigan Substance Abuse Treatment and Detox Centers for Law Enforcement Personnel 

Drug and alcohol problems all throughout the state of Michigan impact so many different people, and this does include the men and women who work within law enforcement. The many different programs that are operating within the state of Michigan provide various services and methods of treatment for any type of addiction or substance abuse disorder. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website do provide lists of programs that operate throughout the state. However, the website does not provide any specific directory of programs that can help treat the men of women working within law enforcement.

Information about Substance Abuse in the Law Enforcement Community

Because of the trauma and stress that law enforcement personnel & first responders face every day, it is not uncommon for them to have issues with alcohol and/or drug addiction.

Could a police officer lose their job?

Yes, if the addiction goes unchecked and the person does not receive any help for his or problem they can end up losing their job. It does not take long for command to begin to notice changes such as the officer missing shifts, showing up late, bad performance, and just an overall bad look. Many of the drug and alcohol problems stem from PTSD, which many officers deal with and may not receive all the proper help they need. Drug and alcohol addiction issues must be treated effectively, and this can be done with different methodologies of treatment.