The National Center for Alcohol and Drug Detox (NCADD) is a free referral service providing recommendations for quality medically licensed detox centers. Our extensive database houses the country’s leading detox programs, and will offer a number of viable options for you or your loved one. Our friendly and professional staff will ascertain the type and scope of your problem, and pair you with the program that best fits your addiction care needs. We will also help you steer clear of poor-quality programs, to give you the best possible chance of lasting recovery. The detox period is one of the most crucial points in the substance abuse rehabilitation process. Patients have a much better shot at successful completion, if they have an ally to guide them in the right direction. With a friend or a loved one at their side, as well as the National Center for Alcohol and Drug Detox (NCADD), patients will have the right kind of help in their corner.
The information on this website was gathered through numerous state and federal government agencies, some of which include the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), National Institute on Health (NIH), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The National Center for Detox is affiliated with Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, which is a licensed residential treatment center located in Florida. We reserve the right to offer BHOPB as an appropriate treatment option at our sole discretion. The National Center for Detox places the highest premium on consumer trust and customer service, and has successfully placed countless addicted patients into effective, quality and reputable programs. We’ve received high praise for our staff’s professionalism, expertise, and warmth. If at any time during your phone consultation, our staff did not act in accordance with the high standards our organization has established, please let us know immediately so that we can resolve the issue, and address any complaints you might have. If you or loved one is struggling with substance abuse, call the National Center for Alcohol and Drug Detox (NCADD) today so we can help.