How Will I Find Substance Abuse Treatment Centers in Crestline, California?

Question by cinthya s: How will I find substance abuse treatment centers in Crestline, California?
I have been having a hard time dealing with my son who is doing heroin. I raised him to be aware of the negative consequences that drugs can have on him, but I guess it was just no use. He chose to try it still. Now I’m trying to find treatment centers for him. Does anybody know of one?

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Answer by denice cs
You can take your son to a doctor. The doctor will then get to check up on him properly and tell you which treatment centers have the treatment programs that will be right for him. You can also contact Narcotics Anonymous and ask for information. The links below may be able to help you too. I do hope that your son gets treated soon. Good luck!

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