Can people be too young or too old for rehab?

Choose Help facilities provide comprehensive treatment to all who need it, but programs are subdivided into treatments specific to teens, adults and seniors. Teens require different treatment interventions specific to the challenges of adolescence, and fare far better in age appropriate programming. Adults benefit from very similar therapies and interventions whether 18 or 75 years of age, and although young adults and seniors may share little in common socially, all in treatment share a commonality of addiction, and all share, learn and heal together. People struggling with substance abuse at any stage in life are welcome.

It's never too late to battle an addiction, and the elderly benefit enormously from drug and alcohol rehab. Substance abuse needs to be treated at any age, and the elderly deserve equal access to quality treatment and an improved quality of life through sobriety.