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Treatment-Centers.nets Database Update Creates Countrys Largest Online Directory of Treatment Centers(November 01, 2012)
(PRWEB) November 01, 2012
Treatment-Centers.net, a community-based public benefit website dedicated to supporting individual, families and ongoing treatment center innovation, has released a major new update to its National Treatment Center Database. As a result, visitors can now access the countrys largest and most up-to-date online directory of treatment centers.
Launched five years ago, Treatment-Centers.nets online directory provides visitors with quick, fast and free information on individual treatment centers across the country, including:
- full contact information (address, phone, email, etc.)
- type of care
- primary focus of provider
- specific populations served
- forms of payment accepted
In addition, visitors will find a map to each treatment center, along with unbiased and unfiltered reviews and recommendations. They can also share their feedback with the Treatment-Center.net community.
We understand that finding the right treatment options for an individuals situation can be very difficult, commented Mac Smith of Treatment-Centers.net, and finding information they can trust is even harder. Our mandate is to find the most authoritative information available, and provide it to individuals in an easy-to-access manner so they can make crucial decisions about their treatment options, or those of a loved one.
Added Smith: Innovation and new technology can help speed the process of recovery by providing the best information 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Treatment-Centers.Net will continue to innovate and find ways of creating more value to our directory, and for our visitors.
Treatment-Centers.nets updated online directory of treatment centers is available at: http://www.treatment-centers.net/directory.html. Each center is checked and verified per the SAMHSA database (samsha.gov), which is the largest treatment center database in the country.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Mac Smith at (800) 610-4673, or media(at)treatment-centers(dot)net.
Treatment-Centers.net is a community based public-benefit website devoted to helping individuals and families find help for addiction and dual diagnosis. The website contains the largest and most comprehensive publicly rated and reviewed directory of addiction treatment centers in existence. The websites aim is to provide a platform for people to learn and share about addictions and co-occurring disorders, and serve as a trustworthy resource for information about addiction and addiction treatment centers. Learn more at http://www.treatment-centers.net/.
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