Is it Time to Reach Out for Help?

The chances are that if you’re reading this, you need to talk to our admissions team. If you aren’t sure if you’re ready for recovery yet, ask yourself these five questions and reconsider your evaluation of your situation.

Take an Honest Look at Yourself

Before you start the questionnaire, take a moment to ask yourself what’s harder – leading your current lifestyle or making the change that you know you need?

  1. Do you experience feelings of guilt around your substance abuse problems?
  2. Do you continue with your abuse of drugs and alcohol despite the dire consequences to your health, finances, and people in your life?
  3. Do you ever use to mask the feelings of withdrawal?
  4. Do you experience frustration and annoyance with family and friends when they comment on your substance abuse problems?
  5. Do you want to stop using, but can’t seem to find the strength to start your recovery?

If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, then it’s time to reach out for help. We’re here for you whenever you decide to take the first step toward your recovery. If you’re reading this and concerned about a loved one’s substance abuse, contact us for a confidential consultation and find out how we can help.

The Next Step

Call us, or drop us an email. We’ll connect you with a counselor that guides you through everything you need to know about the admissions process and our intentions to form you a customized recovery program tailored to your unique situation.

Let the Healing Begin

We realize it’s difficult to talk about the extent of your addiction, and we want you to know that we’re here to help – no matter how bad you think things are at the moment. We’re concerned about putting you on the road to recovery and providing you with the support you need to overcome your addiction.