(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 13, 2015 ) Cincinnati, OH -- On Sunday, October 4th thousands gathered in the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to bring attention to a national health crisis that has affected an estimated 85 million people: substance abuse and dependency. Families of those who succumb to their demons and the disease of addiction as well as people in recovery for substance abuse disorders spoke at the gathering.
According to The Washington Post, the U.S. Surgeon General, the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, and
As a facility for Drug rehab in Cincinnati serving Ohio and the entire country, Cincinnati Drug Rehab recognizes and expresses its gratitude to those who used this event as a platform to make their voices heard on this important issue. A representative for Cincinnati Drug Rehab commented:
"To see thousands gather for such a worthy cause is such a gratifying experience. All those present for the event shared a common thread of experiencing the devastating effects of substance abuse disorders and they chose to turn their pain and loss into a purpose. Their voices are crucial in bringing the proper attention to this silent scourge and forcing people to take notice. When everyone understands that this is a disease that needs to be treated, not a character flaw to be ignored or shunned, then we can begin the real healing process for the country."
About Cincinnati Drug Rehab:
Cincinnati Drug Rehab operates in the third largest city in Ohio and serves the entire population of Ohioans suffering from substance abuse disorders. Beyond that, Cincinnati Drug Rehab is available to residents of all 50 states in the U.S. Clients can expect discrete, private, and individualized care from a rehabilitation center dedicated to their successful recovery and sobriety. With inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization options, Cincinnati Drug Rehab focuses on finding the most effective method of treatment for each of their clients.
For more information, visit http://www.cincinnatidrugrehab.org/ or call 1 (513) 679-5055.
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