Drug abuse hotlines provide guidance and support to addicts and their family members. Unfortunately, many don't realize that there is legitimate help available to them and many addictions go untreated due to a lack of knowledge of the treatment options available, a lack of financial ability or for other reasons. For the more millions of people who seek help for addiction every year, drug abuse hotlines are often the starting point in recovery, the helpful tool that sheds light on the fact that help is really available and that sobriety is possible. If you or someone you know is addicted, call our helpline at 1-800-654-0987 to talk with a caring specialist who can show you the way to recovery.
Are you trying to figure out if you are addicted to drugs or alcohol? Are you unsure as to whether addiction is the common denominator in all of your problems?
You May Be Suffering From an Addiction If:
- You cannot stop using drugs on your own.
- You have tried to quit, but failed.
- You hide your drug use from those who care about you.
- You are ashamed or feel guilty about your drug use.
- You have difficulty maintaining health relationships as a result of your drug use.
- You have neglecting your work, home or social life as a result of drug use.
- You use drugs to relax, to cope with emotions and to feel content.
- You feel sick without drugs.
- You have committed crimes, such as theft or fraud, in order to obtain drugs.
If you're suffering from addiction, a call to our drug abuse hotline could be your first step toward recovery. Call 1-800-654-0987 for immediate help!
If your addicted, chances are you've already tried to quit using and had trouble staying abstinent. Drug addiction happens even to people who mean well and who otherwise are good people. Unfortunately, many good people fall into the wrong habits and later need help overcoming those habits - especially when drugs are involved. You should call a helpline because:
- Drug abuse hotlines are anonymous
- Drug abuse hotlines can provide you with a clear direction as to the steps that you should take in order to achieve recovery
- Drug abuse hotlines are FREE
- Drug abuse hotlines can answer the questions you have about addiction and about treatment
- Drug abuse hotlines can refer you for help
Once you make the call, you will be put into immediate contact with a counseling specialist who can help you by:
- Answering any questions you have about addiction
- Explaining the signs and symptoms of addiction to you and educating you on how to recognize them
- Providing you with guidance and insight as to the methods of treatment that are available
- Offering you with solutions that can aid in recovery
- Providing you with a list of treatment centers in your area
- Providing you with educational advice that will help you choose the best treatment for yourself or someone you care about
These are just some of the benefits associated with calling a drug abuse hotline for help. To see how easy it is and for immediate assistance, call our helpline at 1-800-654-0987.