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“A Clean & Sober Life is a Happy Life”

Addicted to alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs, cocaine, or heroin? Recovery is possible. TrustedRehab will help you connect with a treatment center that fits your unique situation.

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What are you doing with your life?

This is a hard question. Recovery is about finding something we’ve lost, and what we have lost is our true self.  Drugs take away the REAL you. They mask the big problems you’ve been ignoring your whole life. Ask yourself these questions: “Am I generally content with the way things are? Are my emotions balanced? Is there joy in my life? Who am I?”

Don’t go-it-alone. Support is Key.

Treatment provides a safe, pressure free environment where you can find who you really are, become strong again and start building a foundation that leads to happiness, joy and a drug free life.

By asking for help, you are taking control and personal responsibility for your life. You’re saying, “I know I’ve been lying to myself and those around me. I’m ready to gain control of who I REALLY AM.”  

Ready to get serious about your Recovery?

Still not sure treatment is for you? Give us a call or fill out the form. Our compassionate treatment advisors are here to answer any concerns or questions you have.

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Common Addictions

Do you have a drug abuse problem? You are not alone. In fact: When it comes to substance abuse, it costs the U.S. over $600 million every year. There has been a strong stigma surrounding drug abuse for a long time. This is changing. We now know that drug addiction is a chronic and often relapsing disease. This is why treatment is important. A good treatment center knows how to approach this disease. Finding a good treatment center is the key to your long term recovery.
Alcohol abuse is a tricky thing. How do you know when you’re addicted to alcohol? If you drink alcohol as a way to cope with life or rely on it to make you feel better, you are at high risk for abusing alcohol. Ask yourself these questions: Do you feel guilty about drinking? Do your friends comment about your drinking habits? Have you had multiple problems with drinking and the law (like a DUI)? If you said yes to any of these questions, we encourage you to contact a rehab center specializing in alcoholism and detox treatment.
For most people, an addiction started with a doctor’s visit because of an injury or mental health issues. Some medications have psychoactive elements and can easily be abused. Prescription drugs, anti-depressants and stimulants are commonly abused. Some of these include: oxycodone, hydromorphone, diazepam and amphetamines. It’s important to find a good drug treatment center with expertise in prescription drug abuse.

Treatment Programs

The 12-Step Program was originally developed for Alcoholics Anonymous program participants. Due to its success and popularity, it was adapted for other addictions like cocaine, meth, sex marijuana and more. Some of the 12 steps include: Admitting powerlessness over alcohol, believing in a higher power and making amends to people in our lives who we have hurt. The book that is followed is called the “Big Book” by many program members. Most recovery or rehab treatment centers use the 12-Step program as part of their treatment method.
When you hit rock bottom in your drug addiction, crying out to God is a natural response. In fact: Treatment like the 12-Step Program is centered around a higher-power. Faith-based treatment often goes deeper into one’s specific religion. If you have a strong religious background, finding a good Christian or other faith based treatment center can be important to your long-term recovery.
If you are heavily addicted to drugs, starting a drug and alcohol detox program is your first step in your journey to recovery. Joining a detox program in a safe environment, like a rehab facility with medical personnel, is important. The first portion of detox, withdrawal, can be very intense and difficult. Withdrawal will depend on the intensity and type of your addiction. Not all rehab centers offer detox. The Detox process is only a part of full recovery. Finding a treatment center that offers detox and a full treatment program is vital.

What Others Say About Treatment

“I’ve been through rehab a few times, trying to get my act together and yes its been difficult but with family support and the help of some really patient counselors at the treatment center, I have made some real progress. My recommendation for anyone looking to go to rehab is stick with it! Don’t Go-it-Alone! Support is the key to staying sober.Take to heart the advice given and the hard work that your advisor is providing. Keep the faith, you will make it to your goals!”
Eric C.
“For me addiction was a normal life event. I was just like most people you pass on the street, a good job, and a good relationship. Life was ok from those looking in. For me, looking out, it was a different story. I had an addiction that controlled my life and I didn’t know how to stop it. It took a few years before I decided to get help and it came with consequences and heartache. Now I’m sober and moving through every day with a better outlook on life. It took effort, but was well worth it. I would say that the benefits of being sober far outweigh the sacrifice I made to get there.”
Rafael S.
“Coming to grips about your addiction today, not tomorrow is the one thing I would say is the hardest to get past. I spent many hours “thinking” about why I needed help and never taking action. Finally I got to the point that I knew I had to do something, I had to get help, I had to fix what I had started and replace it with something positive and helpful instead of something that was destroying my future.”
Sophia J.

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