Free drug addiction and alcoholism treatment
By Cheryl Hinneburg for KLEAN Treatment
Addiction is epidemic in the U.S.
There are millions of people every year that suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. Many of those people will never see the inside of a treatment center either because they couldn’t afford treatment or they never reached out for help. There is no way that the numbers of active addicts is going to shrink without someone or someplace stepping up to the plate to make a difference. The “I wish I could helps” are not cutting it and in fact, the number of addicts is at epidemic proportions.
Free drug and alcoholism treatment offer
In honor of National Recovery Month, KLEAN Treatment Center in West Hollywood, CA is giving away $30,000 worth of free treatment to 12 individuals. Substance abuse sufferers of all types who are ready to commit to recovery but can’t afford a quality, in-patient facility are eligible for the monthly selection. One person will be selected each month for one year. Treatment at KLEAN costs $30,000 per month so this is quite a noteworthy donation of $360,000 of care and treatment.
KLEAN Treatment Center is different from most treatment centers as they have a profound understanding of the intertwined relationship between addiction and mental health. There are a multitude of physical and psychological factors that have to be considered. This is why addiction is such an incredibly complex disorder.
How you can apply for free drug or alcohol treatment
September is National Substance Abuse Recovery Month and KLEAN wants to bring it in with a bang! KLEAN Treatment Center is located in a quiet enclave in West Hollywood, California. All you have to do if you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction is make a short video clip of less than five minutes telling why you should be chosen and why you would choose KLEAN for treatment.
One complimentary bed per month for the next year will be given to 12 individuals that lack funds for an in-patient facility. KLEAN is run by CEO and co-founder Andrew Spanswick, MSW, a veteran manager and owner of behavioral health hospitals with more than two decades of experience in psychiatric and addiction treatment in conjunction with an exemplary level of professional care including affiliated physicians and accredited clinicians.
Mr. Spanswick challenges other facilities across the nation to follow suit and together see what a difference that can be made in the name of addiction.