Addictions.com was founded with two specific goals in mind: to provide in-depth, medically accurate information to those struggling with substance abuse and related conditions; and to connect those individuals with the free resources and rehabs that can best meet their needs.
What We Do
As a part of the RMN network, Addictions strives to help our audience make informed decisions when seeking treatment for drug or alcohol addiction by providing all the free resources, tools, and educational content they need in one convenient location without the hassle of leaving our website.
Our experienced team of authors, medical professionals, and editorial experts write, review, and update all content to ensure it meets the highest editorial standards. Content topics are chosen based on data from real-life search queries, helping us better understand the treatment services people are seeking, the substances being abused in real-time around the nation, and the free addiction treatment resources that would be most helpful and impactful.
Our Core Values
We hold ourselves to the highest levels of integrity, we do not sell or broker admissions, and we never engage in unethical “consultant contracts.”
According to data, only 1 in 10 people with a substance use disorder will seek treatment. We strive to reach the nine individuals who might mistakenly believe treatment is out of their reach or they can’t afford it.
Our content is reviewed and updated on a consistent basis. All articles are written using government-led, medically reviewed, or university-published resources. And before publication, all final drafts are reviewed for accuracy by seasoned medical professionals.
We build trust by communicating clearly with unwavering candor, honesty, and respect. We are unafraid to show up for difficult conversations.
We are proud to provide the nation’s most comprehensive addiction treatment directory in one place, and our 24/7 toll-free helpline connects you with a caring rehab specialist at no cost with no obligation to enter treatment.
Addiction can affect anyone, regardless of background or economic status. We believe we can help improve lives, and that belief motivates us to educate and support our audience as they work toward recovery.
How Our Helpline Works
When you call the toll-free helpline listed on Addictions.com pages, you are connected with a a real person who understands that the process of finding a rehab can be confusing, frustrating, and overwhelming. By learning about your unique situation, listening to your concerns, and answering your questions, we are able to remove a bulk of the stress and frustration and help you connect with the right addiction treatment program.
Our helpline is offered at no cost to you, and there is no obligation to enter into treatment. We do not receive commissions or fees dependent upon the treatment provider you choose.
For a list of the nationwide addiction treatment centers and rehabs that can be accessed through our helpline, please visit addictions.com/rehabs.
Our database is regularly updated and includes 70+ types of services that can be searched by state, county, or city. Our directory and treatment facility pages are regularly reviewed, vetted for accuracy, and updated on a consistent basis.
About Our Content and Contributors
Our content is comprised of educational, topical, and first-person stories that center on addiction and behavioral health topics.
Articles are written using government-led, medically reviewed, or university-published resources. And before publication, all final drafts are reviewed for accuracy by seasoned medical professionals. From people seeking trusted information about addiction treatment, dual diagnosis treatment, or other behavioral health needs.
Editorial & Medical Contributors
Our team adheres to high ethical standards and strive to be as transparent as possible. We want to help you or your loved one achieve abstinence from drugs and alcohol and improve the quality of life. Our staff does not take part in any deceptive marketing practices such as patient brokering or consultant contracts. Additionally, we do not provide unreliable, inaccurate information about treatment and recovery that can endanger your life or that of your loved one.
In The News
Addictions.com has been featured in the following publications as well as many more.
If you are a member of the media and would like to get in touch with us, please send an email us at [email protected].
Work With Us
Start a rewarding career at Addictions.com. We are always on the lookout for new and gifted talent.
"*" indicates required fields