Do you or some one you know suffer from drug abuse problems?
We can help you get started on the track of sobriety and back to doing the things that you love to do. Our services are available 24 hours a day so that we can better serve you when you are ready to talk about drug abuse. Whether it’s you or your loved one, drug abuse affects more than just the person that is suffering it.
Studies show us that over half of the deaths that occur on our highways are the direct result of drug abuse and alcohol abuse. Drug abuse related crime upsets entire neighborhoods and have lasting effects on our children. A majority of the homeless people in America either suffer from a drug addiction, alcoholism or mental health problem. Well over 25 million dollars are spent each year on trying to eliminate the spread of drug abuse. In the work place, substance abuse is also a cause of occupational accidents, lost time from work, the need to train and retrain employees, as well as, injuries to others in the workplace.
Though you may think that you are dealing with drug abuse by yourself, you aren’t. Your friends, family and co-workers are affected by your behavior. It’s time to take a step in the right direction. Let our drug abuse helpline help you get through this difficult time and start on a better future.
Are you interested in the different methods of drug abuse treatment?
Drug addiction is a treatable disorder and we can help you get started on getting past it. Through a treatment that is customized to an individual’s needs, patients can learn to control their condition and live a normal life. Like patients with health disorders, our method of drug abuse treatment helps those with drug addictions learn to make behavioral changes and often have a course of medication as part of the treatment routine.
Some of the drug abuse treatments may include counseling, psychotherapy, support groups, or family therapy. Adding medication in some cases may help suppress the symptoms of withdrawal and drug cravings, as well as block the effects of the drugs that one feels an addiction to.
In most cases, the more time that you have to devote to drug abuse treatment, the better the results will be. Many patients require different types of services such as medical and mental health, or HIV prevention services. Patients who stay in treatments longer than 3 months have a better outcome than those who stay less than the 3 months.
Studies have shown that drug abuse treatment works to reduce drug intake and crimes committed by those who are dependent on drugs. Researchers have also shown that drug abusers who have gone through a drug abuse treatment are more likely to get a job. We are committed to getting you through this hard time; give our Drug Abuse Hotline a chance and let us help you. Call Now 888.447.9081