Tucson Teen Drug Rehab Program Receives Positive Response

Tucson, AZ (PressExposure) October 23, 2009 -- V3 N.O.W., a teenage drug rehab program available exclusively at V3 Tucson, has received a highly favorable response from recent participants.

A symbolic acronym for Now, Open, and Willing, V3 N.O.W. is available for young adults interested in impacting their recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. V3 Tucson, a facility that aims to ensure all treatment avenues offered lead to successful, sustained sobriety, has noticed demonstrated results from the program since its inception.

Billed as a more is a more independent approach to a common disease, V3 N.O.W. is appropriate for many teens who wish to embark on recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, including those who require adolescent drug treatmentfor co-occurring dual-diagnosis disorders. Dual-diagnosis disorders are defined as the presence of both mental disorders and substance abuse behaviors.

With two phases, the program allows for a developmental review after three months of participation. At that point, it is determined whether the participant should continue on to the second phase of the program (extended residency with structured flexibility and an academic/employment contingency); or, transition from V3 N.O.W. into other treatment and recovery options available from V3 Tucson.

For more information on the teenage drug rehab opportunity V3 N.O.W., including patient testimonials, parent resources, and an application download, please visit http://v3tucson.com/.

About v3tucson

V3 TUCSON provides long-term solutions to alcoholism, drug addiction and substance abuse that combine the fundamentals of the 12-step program with individual coaching designed to meet the needs of each resident.


V3 Tucson
Main Office: (520) 299-4787
Admissions: (800) 981-9793 (Available 24 hrs.)
Email: info@v3tucson.com
Website : http://v3tucson.com/
Fax: (520) 881-9942

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Press Release Submitted On: October 23, 2009 at 12:22 am
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