Daytona Beach Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Sinking into a hopeless despair or feeling like all is lost is easy to do when you suffer from addiction. Those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol can let these substances destroy their lives. They can really destroy the things you care about like your job, your relationships, and your passions. Substances like drugs and alcohol can take your life from you. But you can grab it by the reins and take it back. There is still hope.
We can give you the help you are looking for if you pick up the phone and call (352) 771-2700. Addiction is a terrible disease, and it can only be helped if you get treatment. We can help you when you are seeking the treatment that you deserve.
Counselors and therapists at The Recovery Village, our preferred treatment provider, are waiting to speak to you and help you to find the ideal treatment plan that will work for you. We will help you find the treatment you need for your unique situation whether you require treatment for co-occurring disorders, intensive outpatient care, or residential treatment.
Addiction to Legal Substances
It is a common myth that prescription medication is safe and non-addictive because it’s legal. That is the opposite of true. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World published a study that said over 15 million adults in the United States abuse prescription medication. Substances like amphetamines (Adderall), painkillers (hydrocodone), and benzodiazepines (Xanax) are very widely abused, and treating addiction to these drugs is no easier than treating addiction to street drugs.
If you think you are alone in your addiction to drugs or alcohol in Daytona Beach, you are not. No matter which substance you are having issues with, it’s essential that you seek treatment for your addiction. Give us a call today to start the process at (352) 771-2700.
The Impact of Addiction on the Economy
Drug and alcohol addiction is destructive to the entire country, not just on a personal level. Substance abuse costs the USA over $600 billion dollars each year in lost work productivity, crime, and health care expenses. Getting help for yourself is important when you struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol. It’s also important to think about the positive effects it will have on others. Your friends and family, yes, but also the entire country.
You Need to Ask For Help
For those who have broken bones, going to the hospital is what needs to happen. Those who have addiction to drugs and/or alcohol should go to rehab in the same way you would go to the hospital for a broken bone. You should not feel any embarrassment or shame in calling a rehabilitation facility and asking for help.
While 23.5 million people in the United States of America suffered from addiction issues in 2009, only 11.2 percent of them sought rehabilitation treatment in a facility, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. In order to be like the 11.2 percent of people that are concerned with their health and do what they need to do, you first need to admit to yourself that you are afflicted with the disease of addiction. You need to admit that you need help so you can seek the treatment you need.
“I had such a horrible heroin addiction for years, and a year ago, I thought everything was hopeless. My parents had stopped speaking to me, I was living in a terrible environment, and I was putting up with an abusive boyfriend just because he supported my habit. It was then that I found The Recovery Village. When I went to The Recovery Village, they assisted me with the whole detoxification process, they supported me emotionally, and they really gave me the tools to make it in the real world. My parents let me live with them, I got a job, and now I am living on my own. Life seems full of possibilities again, and I don’t think that would be the case if I hadn’t gone to rehabilitation.”
– Sarah J.
Rehabilitation in Daytona Beach
If you have an addiction to drugs or alcohol in Daytona Beach, you may be in a place of despair. You may feel like you will never get help for your addiction. We are here to tell you that it is possible to turn your life around. You just have to be willing to get up and take that first step. If you complete your rehabilitation program, you can get back to your normal life and enjoy doing the simpler things like enjoying the culture at the MOAS – Museum of Arts and Sciences, going shopping at Daytona Flea and Farmer’s Market, or going for a swim at Daytona Lagoon.