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CBS News Reports: One-of-a-Kind Online Directory of Addictions and Mental Health Professionals Now Available

New One-of-a-Kind Online Directory of Addictions and Mental Health Professionals Helps Find The Right Expert or Center and Quickly Connect Through a Secure Platform

Wednesday, January 13th 2021, 12:48 PM PST

The Addictions and Mental Health Directory has assembled a world-class collection of therapists, counselors and coaches to offer and unique, resource to connect those looking for certified mental health and addictions treatment professionals.

Dr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach and Founder of The Addictions Academy has collaborated with leaders in the mental health field to launch the first-ever Directory of Addictions and Mental Health Professionals available online. They have assembled a world-class collection of mental health, substance abuse, and addiction recovery experts in one, easy to navigate resource. The ever-growing Directory is an efficient and effective guide for families or individuals seeking highly qualified help and services.

Explaining this special Directory, Estes said, “Imagine taking the nation’s highly acclaimed mental health and addiction treatment professionals, putting them into one place, and making it easy for those who need help to find and connect with them. That’s what we’re doing.”

The Addictions and Mental Health Professionals Directory offers the only resource of mental health and addiction professionals that is not only for therapists, it offers all the professional modalities and facilities families and individuals may be seeking.

A recent article in the New York Times highlighted many of the increased challenges the United States has faced during the Covid-19 pandemic. Titled ‘Relapsing Left and Right’: Trying to Overcome Addiction in a Pandemic, the article focuses on how substance-abuse centers are shutting and relying on virtual programming, just as more and more people turn to drugs and alcohol.

“Several studies have shown that binge drinking has increased during the pandemic, and a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cited a “concerning acceleration” of opioid-related overdoses last year.”

Dr. Estes reflected, “While we’ve seen a rise in substance abuse because of isolation issues, relationship challenges, and financial stress, many treatment centers have closed down or are limiting in-person visits.”

“That’s why we decided to create this valuable index of resources, so people could quickly and easily find certified and quality support,” Estes said. “All within a few clicks.”

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Visit https://www.addictionsandmentalhealth.com/   to learn more about this unique and vital directory!

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