The Never Alone community consists of people from all over the country. Here’s what some of them have to say…
“Nick was very helpful. He got me where I needed to be quickly. Thanks Nick.”
“…I was facing death with my liver failing and my gallbladder going into sepsis, but I would have kept using if it weren’t for Never Alone Recovery. Nick worked fast to get me into program in a beautiful location. Now I’m just shy of 60 days clean, which is the longest I’ve been sober in nine years…
“A family member reached out for help… Nick did not give up on him – he continued to reach out until this family member decided he needed to get better. [My relative] never would have gone for treatment if he didn’t feel so comfortable with Nick… I cannot begin to thank the staff at Never Alone Recovery.”
“I always thought about getting sober, but doing it by yourself is hard… I was nervous, but even from his home while putting his kids to bed, Nick helped me find a facility that worked for me. [His] dedication to helping me inspired me to help myself.”
Those who contact us for help with finding a drug addiction treatment program often speak to our primary coordinator, Nick.
Nick has been incredibly successful in his own recovery from addiction with several years of continuous sobriety under his belt. Members of the Never Alone community consistently praise Nick for his guidance and commitment to helping them embark on their own journeys toward stable, lasting sobriety.
If you have questions about addiction, recovery, or relapse prevention, Nick is your guy. Speak to him today by calling our toll-free number, or send Nick an email.
Addiction is a highly destructive disease that claims thousands of lives every year. At Never Alone Recovery, we believe everyone should have access to the support they need to achieve total wellness and regain their independence.
To help reunite families and rebuild relationships through recovery, Never Alone Recovery offers drug and alcohol rehab placement services to individuals in need nationwide at no cost. Period.
As industry veterans who have extensive experience with addiction treatment and recovery, we also provide intervention assistance as well as recovery education, both to those suffering from addiction and their loved ones.
Our team includes experienced interventionists who can help you prepare and execute an intervention for your loved one
Unsure how you’ll get to and from treatment? Don’t worry — we can help you find and arrange your travel
We work with many of the best drug rehabs and treatment providers in the country, so we can match you to your ideal program
Through your journey, we continue to make ourselves available for support, including via our free online support groups
Getting help can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be
“How do you stage an intervention?”
“Who should be involved in my loved one’s intervention?”
“Where do I start?”
“When will I know it’s time for an intervention?”
“How do I find the best alcohol detox program?”
“Do I need to complete a benzodiazepine detox?”
“Is this heroin detox program right for me?”
“What’s the best medical detox near me?”
“Which is the best residential drug rehab near me?”
“How do I choose the right inpatient program?”
“What are the differences between intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs?”
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Free Online Support Groups
Recovery can be an intense and highly emotional experience whether you’re the person suffering from addiction or one of his or her loved ones.
The purpose of our free online recovery support group is to give people like yourself a resource with which to learn more about addiction and recovery. As such, our support group is open to everyone, even if you’re not personally suffering from addiction.
Our support group meetings are for:
Individuals who suffer from addiction benefit from having a community of understanding cohorts and allies in recovery.
Our support groups are a great resource for addicts’ spouses to gain a better understanding and receive emotional support.
Many of our support group attendees are parents of individuals who are either actively experiencing addiction or are at varying points in recovery.
Anyone who has a loved one suffering from addiction will find invaluable support and deep understanding in those attending our meetings.
If your friend is showing signs of addiction, our support groups are a great resource to better understand addiction and recovery.
Is someone at your workplace showing signs of addiction? Our support group attendees can often provide poignant feedback and encouragement.
If you or your loved one is ready to begin a new chapter, send us a secure and private message. Someone from our team will get back to you as soon as possible.