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Lohan and Spears recent drug rehab stints result in major increase of treatment admissions in the US

The nations top drug treatment centers are experiencing a high increase in admissions over the past two months.

(PresseBox) (Miami Beach, Florida, ) The majority of new addiction rehab patients credit their decision to seek help at a treatment center due to the high profile celebrity figures also admitting their addiction and seeking help. The new patients who have felt that they may have had a drinking or drug problem in the past are now more inclined to admit their problem as recent celebrities such as Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan have agreed to seek professional help.

“We are receiving numerous calls from new patients who want to know exactly what kind of treatment Lindsey Lohan is getting, and if our centers offer similar services” stated John Showel of ChooseHelp.com. ChooseHelp Treatment centers have luxury locations in both California and Florida “The public closely follows these stars on a daily basis, so it’s no surprise that these new patients often with years of hidden addiction are now reaching out and seeking treatment like their idols” said Showel.

Brittney Spears recently completed a full month of treatment. Lindsay Lohan announced she is extending her stay and feels she is making progress with her treatment center. Over the years many famous actors, musicians, and athletes have checked in and out of treatment. Ben Afflick, Courtney Love, Charlie Sheen, Winona Ryder, Matthew Perry, Brett Farve, and Darryl Strawberry, are just a few well-known celebrities to check into rehabilitation and openly admit their addiction to alcohol or drugs.

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ChooseHelp.com Addiction Treatment Centers are based in Laguna Beach, California and St Pete Beach, Florida. ChooseHelp.com offers alcohol and drug rehab programs, prescription drug rehab, detox and treatment for substance abuse.