"39% Sharp Rise in Heroin-Related Deaths" - New York Times
"Nearly 60 Million Americans Suffer Right Now From Some Form Of Mental Illness" - The Huffington Post
"91 Americans Die Every Day From An Opioid Overdose" - CDC
"Opioid Use Is Driving A Spike In Babies Born With Drug Addiction" - The Huffington Post
"There Is A Raging Epidemic Of Mental Illness In The US" - Psychiatric Times
"75% Of Heroin Addicts Used Prescription Opioids Before Turning to Heroin" - New York Times
"Fentanyl Overdoses Are Rising And Science Can't Keep Up" - The Huffington Post
"83 Percent Of Us Will Suffer From A Mental Disorder In Their Lifetime" - Duke University
Thankfully, there are a wide variety of programs available to people who suffer from addiction and alcoholism. Our team is dedicated to helping people find the treatment that is right for them so that they are able to live the lives they were meant to.
“I never knew that treatment will help. I really thought it was a waste of time but your encouragement gave me faith. I’m getting better and I have a new life.”
“The help you gave my daughter was incredible. We’re especially grateful to you because you really understood what we parents are dealing with.”
“Because of you I just celebrated one year clean and sober. Thank you for going the distance with me.”
“My daughter has suffered from mental health and addiction issues for a long time. You cared and after you visited her in the hospital she said you are her angel. You stuck with her when everyone gave up.”
“Thank you so much for helping me to get into a program. I’m learning how to stay clean and I was completely hopeless. I was penniless and broken and you really cared.”
There are so many types of treatment available today that the overwhelming process of finding the right help can often seem as hopeless as the problem itself. Next Level Behavioral Health Services has longstanding relationships with an extensive network of accredited mental health and addiction facilities. Our team specializes in client advocacy to sort out the details of insurance and treatment, ensuring that people find the right care they need. Get back to living, the first step is asking for help.