With over 33,000 facilities in the U.S. and Canada, Rehab.com is
quickly becoming the leading resource for addiction and mental health
BALTIMORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rehab.com is an unbiased resource for those searching for drug, alcohol,
and mental health treatment online. By holding the treatment industry
accountable, Rehab.com seeks to save millions of lives and significantly
reduce the $600 billion in annual costs associated with mental health,
alcohol and drug abuse.
Rehab.com Founder and CEO, Patrick
Nagle, brings his personal experience with addiction and recovery to
the company. After contending with addiction himself, Nagle conducted
treatment research online, checked into a California rehab facility, but
left after it became apparent that the information he’d been given was
misleading. Less than a year later, he checked into a second facility 40
miles from home and began the journey of recovery.
Due to his experience, Nagle was inspired to create a platform built
with transparency, community, gratitude, and neutrality.
“I was misguided by a California-based company and it nearly cost me my
life” says Nagle. “When we launched Rehab.com, we had little knowledge
about the inner workings of the treatment industry. The last year and a
half has undoubtedly been the most sobering, jaw-dropping and empowering
journey of my career.”
“Together we can make treatment more transparent, more accessible and
far more affordable; we’ve just gotten started,” says Kyle
Rice, Rehab.com’s Chief of Staff.
Rehab.com believes it is only through connection, collaboration, and
love that true recovery and progress is sustainable. Rehab.com therefore
surrounds itself with a world-class team of leaders and advisors,
including Dr. Jesse Hanson, Co-Founder and Clinical Advisor of Helix
Healthcare Group and Interventionist on A&E’s hit show “Intervention;”
Tim Ryan, star of A&E docu-series “Dope Man,” a show about the U.S.
opioid epidemic and recovery; and Emerson Spartz CEO of Dose, one of the
world’s fastest-growing digital media companies.
For more information or to compare treatment options, visit: https://www.rehab.com/.
Rehab.com exists to give individuals and families searching for drug,
alcohol, and mental health treatment unbiased, reliable, and trustworthy
choices. Rehab.com lists and organizes facilities both for the insured
and indigent and believes every person who needs help should be able to
get help as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Diana Lombardi, 410-324-6178