We know that the time to heal begins the very second you pick up the phone to call. Our treatment specialists have the decades of experience as well as the necessary educational and professional backgrounds to quickly assess and place you or your loved one into the proper program by meeting you exactly where you are on the addiction spectrum.
This Call Will Change Your Life.What does it mean to get help now?
- Now that you’re here – you can breathe.
- Now that you’re here – you can stop trying to fight this battle alone.
- Now that you’re here – you can get your family to trust you again.
- Now that you’re here – you can begin again. Let us help you now, just call. Within 24 hours you will know where you’re going to be and can begin your road to recovery.
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Addictions We Treat
We Treat Alcohol AddictionAlcohol is the drug most widely used and one of the drugs that causes the most addiction, disease, and violence. It is highly addictive and once a person becomes addicted to alcohol – quitting is extremely difficult. You’re here because you are physically or mentally addicted to alcohol. You have a strong need, or craving, to drink. You feel like you must drink just to get by. Signs That You’re Addicted To Alcohol:
- You cannot quit drinking or control how much you are drinking.
- If you go too long between getting high you can’t sleep or think of anything except how to get your next drink.
- You have withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking. Symptoms like being sick to your stomach, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety are a part of alcohol withdrawal.
- Your day is spent finding ways to buy more alcohol. You have given up your regular life activities to pursue alcohol.
- You continue to drink even though it causes physical and emotional problems for you.
We Treat Illegal Drug AddictionAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more Americans die every day from drug overdoses than from car accidents — an average of 110 people per day. Illegal drugs remain high on the list for abusers because they are highly addictive, are easy to find, and are cheap. Heroin is the most widely used illegal drug and its addictive properties are strong. Heroin addicts very quick go from using it to get high to using it to live. Quitting heroin without going through a drug treatment program is extremely difficult, if not impossible. You’re here because you’ve tried to quit heroin. It’s taken over your life and you don’t know how to stop. Signs That You’re Addicted To Heroin:
- Getting high on heroin takes priority over eating
- If you go too long between getting high you can’t sleep or think of anything except how to get the next dose of heroin.
- You have withdrawal symptoms when you stop. Symptoms like nausea, hallucinations, panic, and paranoia are a part of heroin withdrawal.
- Your day is spent finding ways to buy more heroin. You have given up your regular life activities to pursue heroin.
- You continue to use no matter the physical and emotional consequences.
We Treat Mental Health DisordersMany times a person is struggling with a mental disorder such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression or obsessive compulsive disorder. In lieu of getting proper treatment for these disorders, people self-medicate by using drugs and alcohol for temporary relief of the symptoms. Mental illness is not cured by self-medicating. It is worsened. This is you, and we can help.
Signs That You’re Self-Medicating To Ease The Pain Of A Mental Illness:
- You’re just back from a military tour abroad and you can’t get the images of death out of your dreams – unless you drink or use drugs.
- You’ve been in a terrible car accident and now you can’t drive your car without at least one Xanax to “calm your nerves.”
- You’re always sad and in emotional pain – unless you’re high on heroin.
- The idea of going through the day without at least one Vicodin causes you great stress and anxiety.