Addiction is treatable …
If you are concerned about your drinking or drug-use, follow this easy 3-step process:
Am I an Addict?
Simply put, an alcoholic or a drug addict is a person whose life is controlled by the use of alcohol or drugs. Some think of an addict only as the junkie in the alley who sticks a dirty needle in his arm. This misconception keeps many addicts from getting the help they need. In truth, drug addicts come from all walks of life and every part of society. There is no such thing as a typical addict. Many people begin their habit with prescription drugs obtained from well-meaning family doctors or social drinks with friends. Few intend to become addicts. Whether the habit comes from using alcohol, legal medications, or illegal substances such as crack cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and marijuana, the consequences of addiction can be just as devastating and just as deadly.
Recognizing that there is a problem is the first step to recovery.
If you think you may have a problem with alcohol or drug use but you are not sure, try answering the following questions as honestly as you can. These questions were proposed by recovering addicts as a tool of discovery.
Once the signs of addiction are clear to you, the path to recovery is attainable. Fill out the contact sheet at the bottom and send it to us. We will get back to you with advice about what to do next.
PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTIONS HONESTLY