Blind dates are always stressful, aren’t they? Neither person knows what to say or what topics to bring up, with fear of awkward silences and loss of interest. The end-goal of a first date is to leave knowing more about a person, by learning who they are, what they value and their hopes and dreams. If you share things in common, you look forward to seeing them again and hope to build some type of a relationship.

We want to make this blind date as stress-free as possible for you. We promise there will be no awkward silences or uncomfortable questions and we will not beat around the bush. Don’t you wish all dates were this easy?

Who We Are

Alcohol Rehab Guide is a new organization that provides information on on all aspects of alcohol abuse, addiction and treatment options. Although we are new, we plan to be among the top addiction resources in the world! Hey, we said we wouldn’t beat around the bush, right?

We are a group of individuals who are passionate about helping people. We’ve seen the effects of alcohol addiction firsthand — some through personal experiences, some through the experiences of loved ones — and realize the need for trustworthy and unbiased information.

We want to be a one-stop resource on alcoholism — the effects it has on health and relationships and the different treatment and support options that are available. We aren’t afraid to acknowledge the serious issues that are typically avoided or not usually talked about. Those are the things we want to help bring awareness to.

What We Value

Honesty – We will keep your best interest at heart. We will provide unbiased information and let you decide what option will be best for you or your loved one.

Relationships – We are here for you, first and foremost. We know the need for support to help overcome addiction and want you to feel like you’re part of a community.

Recovery – Overcoming an addiction is a tremendous feat and needs to be celebrated! We want to help you or your loved one beat this disease and celebrate a new life.

Our Hopes and Dreams

We hope to help lower the rate of alcohol addiction and abuse. We hope to help lower the amount of alcohol-related injuries and deaths.

We dream of a world where people in recovery outnumber people who are suffering. We dream of helping to achieve this.

Will you join us in pursuing our dreams?

“That’s enough about me, I want to learn about YOU.”

  • Author — Last Edited: January 26, 2018
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    Carol Galbicsek
    Carol is the lead writer for Alcohol Rehab Guide. She is passionate about helping people who are struggling with alcohol abuse and addiction. Her past experience in the medical field has led to a deep knowledge of the struggles facing those with a substance use disorder (SUD), and a desire to do something to help.

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