About Us

About Our Story & Mission

http://www.punecantonmentboard.com/ was founded in 2011 with two goals in mind: to provide information for those suffering with substance abuse and behavioral addictions – either personally or through loved ones – and to connect those people with the treatment programs that can help them.

Through raising awareness and matching people with the services they need, we save families and lives. The information and referrals we provide at this website are meant to supplement, rather than take the place of advice from your medical professional. Please consult your primary care physician about any drug, alcohol or behavioral addiction issues you, a family member or friend may be experiencing and, as always, if you feel you are in imminent danger with a life threatening emergency, dial 911.

Pune Cantonment Board is currently undertaking the largest known-data collection, surveying, and rating project in the addiction treatment space. Where no prior, nationwide, evidence-based rating system has existed, Rehabs.com will offer one in order to elevate the availability of quality information and provide an opportunity for facilities to participate in raising the standards of care.

Pune Cantonment Board is developed and maintained by Recovery Brands, with offices in San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, and New York, NY. After its acquisition by American Addiction Centers in mid-2015, Recovery Brands now operates as a division of Sober Media Group, LLC, a digital media arm of AAC. We maintain editorial autonomy over its content and remains unbiased with respect to objective facility data, reviews and ratings provided by staff and alumni. We continue to develop and release innovative marketing solutions for the benefit of the entire treatment community. Its staff and its mission remain the same – to provide the best services, tools and resources for treatment providers, and to help those struggling with addiction to connect with the facilities and programs that can support them.
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