- Independently Owned: We strive to provide accurate, unbiased and factual information. There's no editorial obligation to any of our advertisers or sponsors.
- Everybody Counts: We succeed whenever we inspire and facilitate change for any person - it's why we do what we do.
- Quality: Experts and treatment providers are carefully screened
About Choose Help
"It's choice, not chance, that determines your destiny." -- Jean Nidetch
"It's in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped. Choose now. Choose well." -- Anthony "Tony" Robbins
Choose Help provides reliable information and access to quality treatment to those that need help with an addiction or mental health concern.
Professional counselors and leading treatment centers provide direct assistance via our website.
As the ways people seek help for problems evolve, so too do we change, adapt and improve. At Choose Help we work hard so that you don’t have to – easing your difficult journey from problem to solution and to improved quality of life.
Here, you can identify and research problems more effectively, find fundamental solutions and receive genuine support through the crucial steps in the process.
Access to Information
Our website hosts thousands of pages of original addiction and mental health resource content for those in need of information.
Although recovery can be difficult, with accurate information people can make effective decisions and find themselves suitable treatment.
Access to Quality Counseling and Residential Treatment
Choose Help encourages those in need of treatment to take a courageous step towards better health.
Deciding to get help is never a decision to be taken lightly – and once the decision is made, the options can seem overwhelming. Choose Help endeavors to assist those ready for help to find quality and appropriate treatment.
To offer direct access to licensed and accredited treatment services nationwide, Choose Help partners with state-licensed and respected addiction and mental health care providers.
People in need of assistance may call our hotline staffed by treatment experts who happily answer caller questions and when warranted, suggest locally available treatment solutions. Calls are without obligation.
In our Expert Q & A section, you can ask questions directly to licensed counselors and clinicians across the country. The Expert Q & A service is free of charge. Detailed profile pages for each expert allow you to get to know them further.
We have two types of treatment center listings:
Choose Help features treatment facilities from some of the biggest and most well respected rehab providers in the United States. This currently includes facilities from CRC Health and Acadia Healthcare. These listings are showcased in our Rehab Programs section as well as on our Homepage carousel and in the "Featured Resources" section in the right sidebar of our directory. These listings are paid.
All the other treatment facilities are located in our directory. The listings in there are a combinations of our own selections and treatment providers that approached us directly. We've made sure that our directory is a healthy cross section of treatment facilities for all financial situations and needs. These listings are free.
Our Sources of Funding
Choose Help operates as an ethical commercial enterprise; receiving advertising funding as a primary source of revenue.
Ownership and History
Choose Help is independently owned by Martin Schoel Web Productions.
The website was first launched in 2007 and has quickly grown into a select and popular addiction treatment and mental health resource.Get an overview of all that's new and what is still to come »
Make sure to visit our Helpdesk for any questions or issues you may have.
If you or a loved one needs healing then we want you to get better. To the best of our knowledge all information contained within ChooseHelp.com is accurate, unbiased and factual; but information from our web site should never substitute for professional advice and consultation. Mental health care can be very complex. We cannot be held responsible for any actions you take. Before making any medical or health care decision you should consult with a doctor or other medical professional.
Page last updated Jul 07, 2014