THREE BEST RATED CONCORD CA ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERS

Best Addiction Treatment Center in Concord, CA

Handpicked Top 3 Addiction Treatment Centers in Concord . How do we actually find the most highly rated addiction treatment center? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!

DRUG & ALCOHOL REHAB CONCORD

1320 Willow Pass Road, Suite 600, Concord, CA 94520

Inpatient Drug Rehab, Detox, Intervention, After Care Treatment, Holistic Medicines, 12 Step Meetings, Counseling, Equine Therapy, Alcoholism Addiction & Treatment

Offers detox, drug rehab, and aftercare solutions that fit all needs

drugandalcoholrehabconcord.com

Monday - Sunday: Open 24 hours

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Concord has saved my life. I have tried to get sober a number of times, but the aftercare treatment has helped me stay connected and SOBER. Also, they took my insurance, so it was really affordable
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BAY AREA THERAPY NOW

3330 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA 94521

Since 2009

Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counseling, 12 Step Programs, Harm Reduction, Medication & Changing Attitudes

Provide compassionate and innovative care to adults and adolescents struggling with alcohol/drug addictions

roger@bayareatherapynow.com
bayareatherapynow.com

As a result of my own experiences, I felt called to help others to get their lives back, be happier and proud
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NEW LEAF TREATMENT CENTER

251 Lafayette Cir, #150, Concord, CA 94549

Since 1996

Addiction Counseling and Treatment, Adult Outpatient Treatment, Drug Detox, Pain Management & Youth Outpatient Treatment

Provide treatment to adults and adolescents with addictive disease and other chemical dependency problems

info@nltc.com
nltc.com

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed

I would like to thank you about opening up a wider spectrum of my drug awareness and what these things will and can do to you… You let the students talk about what was going on with them and their families. I thought that was very sincere. One thing I thought was useful was that you explained about it all and went into detail about it unlike any other film I’ve seen… I really liked how you described addiction as a craving. I never looked at it that way until now

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