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Going to one of our suggested drug and alcohol treatment centers changed my life forever. Now, years later, I created this site. It is all made to give back to people just like me.
— Parker, Owner & Founder of Addiction Immunity


  1. Because we get it. What makes us different than other treatment referral sites is that we know addiction. We are addicts and some of us have been through multiple drug and alcohol treatment centers. We know what works and what doesn’t. It is now our duty to help those, who are still suffering, to find the best options available so that they, too, can join the fellowship of recovery and most importantly, stay alive. 
  2. We don’t make money from treatment centers in referring clients to them. We do this because we believe that helping the next addict/alcoholic is the best thing we can do to remain sober. 
  3. We have knowledge of over 250 treatment centers in the U.S. 
  4. We care about you. Since we are not getting paid for any referrals, we can refer you to the best treatment center. You can feel confident that you will be referred to a center which is most appropriate for your specific situation.
  5. We only send people to places we would go ourselves. The centers which have remained on our exclusive list are there for a reason.  

If you, or a loved one, is experiencing problems with drug or alcohol, please call today.

Drug addiction is an illness. 

If I were to tell you there is a cure for addiction and alcoholism, would you believe me? Three years ago, I never would have believed it myself, but it’s true. There IS a cure. The "cure" requires consistent effort on the affected individual’s behalf. No, there is no special "stay sober" pill, but with willingness, dedication, and persistence sobriety is possible. 

Addiction and alcoholism are similar to many other diseases. For example, with diabetes, you will continue to have extreme health issues, possibly even life-threatening issues, unless you have insulin. 

What insulin is to a diabetic, these 5 steps are to a drug addict/alcoholic. 

5 Steps to Guaranteed Recovery:

  1. Go to treatment
  2. Go to sober living/IOP
  3. Find and work with a good 12-step sponsor (and attend extra counseling if necessary)
  4. Do the steps, be productive, and join a fellowship (get a job and join a group)
  5. Spread the message of hope to still-suffering drug addicts and alcoholics.

It’s hard to find the right fit for treatment. Depending on individual needs, location, insurance coverage and financial costs, it’s easy to get lost in the search for “what is best.”

There are many different drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers in the U.S., so which one is best for you or your loved one? We have created a list of considerations to look at before making a final decision.

1.    Your life and health are the best investments you can make

When I went to my third and final treatment center, I had to write a large check to them. With insurance, this is not the case for many centers in the U.S., but without it, I had to make a decision. Is my life worth this much money? Of course it was. I remain thankful every day that I was willing to pay the price to put myself through treatment.  

2.   How do I find a place that works?

Finding a good treatment center can be extremely difficult. Everyone you ask that works for a drug or alcohol treatment center will say theirs is the best. So, how do we find the one that will give the best possible chance at sobriety?

It is important to understand that no treatment center can guarantee you complete sobriety. If you do your research on the largest drug treatment centers in the U.S, you will find that they have a “success rate.” This rate is based on research from the centers themselves, based on the outcomes of clients leaving their facility after one year. Since there is no way of closely monitoring each individual, these numbers can be extremely inaccurate.   

Some treatment centers will certainly be a better fit than others based on a number of factors, but success or failure will depend on the decisions of the individual during and after treatment. It is up to each person to practice willingness and open-mindedness to remain productive, positive and hopeful throughout the treatment process.

3.   Recovery does not end after inpatient treatment

Drug and alcohol treatment is just the beginning of recovery. When fully taken advantage of, treatment can provide a strong foundation, but the lessons learned there must be applied in order to stay sober in the outside world.

An aftercare community is essential in achieving long-term sobriety. After treatment, going to a sober living home increases the probability of staying clean by a considerable margin. Inside a good sober living home you will find a thriving community of alcoholics and drug addicts staying clean together. It is much easier to do something with the help of others in the same situation than it is to do it alone.  No one can understand a drug addict or alcoholic like another individual with similar experiences. 


There are roughly 15,000 Treatment centers in the U.S. With so many options, finding someone who knows the industry inside and out makes sense. We are here to help you.