National Alcoholism Center (NAC)

About NAC

About Us
Our services are provided free of charge by Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, a fully-accredited and licensed for-profit addiction treatment facility.

We are here to answer questions and to assist you in obtaining appropriate treatment. The services provided by Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches over the past 20 years are of the highest quality, but not necessarily the right fit for all patients. If Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches is not the right fit for you or your loved one, we will refer you to an appropriate treatment facility that matches your specific needs. We have access to a nationwide network of services provides of all levels and would be happy to guide you through this process.

Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches receives no remuneration nor reciprocal referrals for referring a patient to any treatment facility. 

The National Alcoholism Center was originally established to help those suffering from an abusive or addictive relationship with alcohol find quality treatment options that could help them to remain sober. The NAC recognizes how difficult it can be for anyone to admit that they have a drinking problem and need to get professional help.

The most important thing to remember when choosing a alcohol rehab is not to only base your decision solely on a treatment center’s price or geographical convenience.

Statistics show that in many cases people will often prematurely withdraw from their alcohol treatment program or relapse because they based their decision on price or locality instead of quality of treatment.

The NAC always recommends that you go to the best possible alcoholism treatment center the first time and reduce the chance of needing to go again in the future. There are all kinds of therapies available to help people who are in different stages of alcoholism. Sifting through the innumerable choices can be an overwhelming and discouraging ordeal, which is why we are here – to help you or your loved one by recommending the best quality treatment options available today in the US.

Alcoholism is a problem that affects millions, yet only a fraction of people ever actually seek professional treatment.

Many times an intervention is necessary before your loved one will even acknowledge that they have a drinking problem. It can often be difficult to recognize the symptoms in ourselves or the people we care about. Please review our website to find the answers you need, or contact us directly and we can help you determine if you or your love one indeed has a drinking problem.

Why Use the National Alcoholism Center?

Representatives from the National Alcohol Center offer objective, non-judgmental advice, utilizing our national database of the best alcohol treatment facilities throughout the US – not just the one that may be located near your hometown.

The Best Possible Chance to Succeed

Alcoholism affects our families, friends, loved ones and members of our community. Every day, people witness those they love get sucked back into the self-destructive pattern of alcohol abuse, and endure relapse after relapse simply because they didn't get quality treatment. Our mission is to help alcoholics avoid relapse by getting the best quality treatment available the first time. We hear the pleas and heartbreaking stories of alcoholics and their families every day.

You or your loved one's sobriety and mental health are too important to simply choose the cheapest or most convenient local option for alcohol treatment.

The quality of the treatment you receive is directly correlated to your chances for remaining sober once you have left any alcohol rehab facility.

Many families have a loved one who appears to be perpetually stuck in a vicious cycle of climbing on and falling off the wagon. These individuals likely never tried any of the better quality alcoholism treatment centers that would have required going out of state for a longer duration of time.

Let Us Help You or Your Loved One Today!

If you or your loved one are among the millions of people in our country that are currently struggling with a drinking problem please contact us for help. Our expert, compassionate and helpful representatives are standing by around the clock to assist you.

Additional Resources

Additional information about licensed providers may be found by going to the Florida Department of Children and Families home page, clicking on Substance Abuse on the drop down menu under services. For licensed providers in the state of Florida click on the listing under “Substance Abuse Providers Currently Licensed by the Department.” For providers in other states, please click on SAMHSA’s Treatment Services Locator under the heading “Other Resources" to find services.

Contact the National Alcoholism Center anytime toll-free at (888) 515-7704 or through our online form for our recommendations of the best alcohol treatment centers for you or your loved one!

Alcoholism treatment should never be attempted in your home or without medical supervision at a professional licensed treatment facility.