Who Answers
Who Answers
DRS helpline phone number
Who Answers?

Calls to the website’s main number are answered by best treatment center LLC and Intervention, a call center that specializes in helping individuals and families find resources for substance use disorders.

For more information, visit our What Happens When You Call Us page.

What Happens When You Call Us

Last updated on: Wednesday, 15 November 2023
  • What You'll Learn

You get a real person when you call the number listed on our website. A rehab specialist listens to what’s happening with you and takes the time to help you make the right selection for you. You don’t have to call the number listed on Addicted.org to use our website and find treatment.

We recognize that people who are looking for treatment are in a crisis. Finding rehab can be overwhelming and confusing if someone hasn’t been through the process before. We take whatever we can off your shoulders by asking the right questions and getting the answers you need. This is your decision, but we can help you get there.

You can expect the person who answers your call to be calm, caring, and knowledgeable about addiction and treatment. They will want to know about your history, but the call is 100% confidential and protected by law. You aren’t committed to making any decision and are free to ask questions and gain more knowledge if you don’t feel ready yet.

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Selecting a Drug Treatment Provider

If you don’t want to call the number listed on our site, you’re welcome to use our site’s directory to help you find treatment. There are many different ways to search through our directory to find exactly what you’re looking for. For instance, if you have a language barrier or need financial assistance, you can search by language or payment type. We also feature listings by the insurance provider, location, and program type. These features allow for ease of access in a way that’s unmatched in the industry.

Finding the right program is vital. Selecting something because it seems the easiest or fastest is a deadly trap. Try looking for what makes you uncomfortable. This way, your addiction can’t manipulate you into choosing what will ultimately give you a way out. We often suggest choosing a location far from home or a method of treatment you haven’t tried before. These simple factors can differentiate between someone completing treatment successfully and another relapse.

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