Seeking Treatment For Yourself





Feeling alone, hopeless, or worthless because of an addiction? That is most likely because despite the immediate rush of euphoria that they give, drugs, alcohol, and other addictive behaviors, by their very natures, also breed deep feelings of isolation, detachment, shame, and discouragement. There are many people around you who want to offer you a helping hand as you start your path to a full recovery. You already know some of these people, and then there are others that you don't know yet, but you will soon enough. Your ability to trust yourself will be restored as you get help from the right people in the right places, follow through with your new-found commitment to personal honesty and change, and start a new track record of consistent positive choices.


We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
- Albert Einstein


We hope that you are here to get information because you are ready to kick your addiction. We believe in the power of choices, the power of the brain to rewire itself and the power of determined people like you. Believe in yourself and start taking steps toward recovery.


Your Addiction Can Be Treated Successfully


No matter what you are experiencing, it is important to know that your addiction can be treated. Detox and treatment will enable you to counteract the powerful disruptive effects that addiction has had on your brain and behavior and will help you to regain control of your life. The images below show a comparison between the brain of a healthy person and that of a methamphetamine abuser from one month of abstinence to 14 months of abstinence from drugs. Physical brain change is possible. Are you looking for a drug addiction treatment center well suited for you or a loved one? Call our addiction advisors for the guidance you’re looking for: (800) 260-1481