Addiction Treatment & Addiction Therapy Options

How Did I Become Addicted?

Major life changes do not occur overnight. Did you gain 100lbs overnight? It is doubtful! The same holds true for someone who comes to realize that she is addicted. Understanding your addiction and what led you to develop this addiction in the first place can help you with the recovery process.

Signs of Addiction

The fact that you are questioning whether your drug or alcohol use has turned into an addiction indicates a problem. If you think you have an addiction, it might help to review a list of a few symptoms of addiction:

  • Do you find it nearly impossible to face a difficult situation, or even your day, without first using drugs or alcohol?
  • Do you find that it is difficult to focus on anything else but the substances that you are abusing?
  • Have you tried but found that you can’t quit drugs on your own?
  • Have your relationships, personal and professional, been impacted by your drug or alcohol use?
  • Are you going through financial difficulties as a direct result of your drug and alcohol use?
  • Are you going through rough patches at work, or even finding it difficult to maintain steady employment because of your substance abuse problem?
  • Do you find yourself withdrawing from family and social gatherings in lieu of getting high?

If you answered “yes” to several of the above questions, then you should consider the possibility that you are addicted and require professional drug addiction help.

Getting Professional Help for Addiction

To recover from addiction successfully it is important that you find drug rehab programs that will work with your unique situation. We work with a large network of facilities that offer a range of programs to meet your unique needs. Finding a drug rehab program that works with both your needs and also with your insurance coverage is imperative to your recovery process.

Effective help for addiction should include the following factors:

  • Integrated rehab treatment that addresses all aspects of your addiction, including the link between your addiction and mental health. Treating your mental health helps ensure that your sobriety will endure.
  • Therapy and counseling sessions that include individual sessions, group sessions, and family counseling. This helps damaged family relationships to start the healing process

It is very difficult to overcome a drug addiction on your own, especially if yours is a complicated drug addiction that includes overcoming depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or other mental health illnesses. Getting professional addiction and mental health help can ensure that you are placed well on the path to regaining control of your life.

Free Addiction Helpline

Call our 24 hour, toll-free helpline to speak, in confidence, with one of our knowledgeable counselors about your need to receive help for addiction. Our counselors will be able to help answer your questions and concerns while helping to guide you to a workable rehab program.

Call us today. There is no reason to delay getting quality professional addiction help.

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