How do you know when it’s time for treatment?
Many people feel fear and shame about using substances, and as time goes on, they may normalize substance use even through increasing consequences – leading both the people using and their loved ones to ask – when is it time to go to treatment?
While each family must make their own decision – experts agree that sooner is better, in order to avoid worsening consequences or the threat of medical damage.
When you are looking to help get your loved one into treatment, it is likely to be an emotional and confusing time – many people feel alone and frustrated watching their loved one hurt themselves, and also both sad and angry due to feeling helpless to make a change.
There is hope, and you are not alone. Let the kind and caring experts at Changing Tides Treatment assist you in finding the program that is best for you and your loved one.
Almost 21 million Americans are addicted to at least one chemical substance, but only 10% of them receive treatment. This is important to know – resources are out there, and our qualified professionals are standing by, waiting to help you! Drug abuse is dangerous and has serious consequences – the threat of overdose is very real. In fact, annual overdose deaths have more than tripled since 1990. But you do not have to be a statistic – let us help you make the most important decision of your life – the one which can save your life. The best time to start a path towards a healthier life is today!