Resources

Understand addiction, its symptoms, causes and cures. Gain the knowledge to help you get healthy and stay healthy.

There are many sources of help, both locally and online. Below you will find phone numbers for help lines

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Frequently Asked Questions

Addiction is an insidious problem affecting everyone differently. Millions of people in the US are addicted to various prescription and illicit drugs. If you are, or know someone who is, addicted please seek help immediately.

To get free information and learn more about rehab options call

(800) 662-4357

A term that typically describes a compulsive physiological need to use a habit-forming substance that is characterized by physiological symptoms of withdrawal. More info

An overdose is triggered when a person has taken more of a drug (or drugs) than their body can handle. All drugs, including prescription medications, can cause an overdose and some drugs should never be combined as they can have highly adverse effects. More info

A term that typically describes a compulsive physiological need to use a habit-forming substance that is characterized by physiological symptoms of withdrawal. More info

If you or someone are experiencing symptoms of an overdose and showing dangerous signs of immediate danger call 911. The operator should instruct you on next steps and can send an ambulance if needed. More info

Wherever we are in life, seeking help and support will always be a good decision. If you or a loved one may be suffering from addiction seek help immediately. More info

It is a medical approach to helping an addict overcome both physiological and mental issues. A rehab clinic will usually evaluate the individual to determine the best treatment approach specific to their unique needs. More info

You’re stuck, overwhelmed, tired, and you need help finding your way forward.

Walking the road of sobriety is not easy. Professional help can pave the way for a life time of happiness.
If you’re not sure whether or not you or someone you know has an addiction, know that you aren’t alone.

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