Whether you think you need substance abuse treatment or you’re watching a loved one spiral downward, it can be tough to admit it’s time for help. People who are struggling with addiction often have to reach rock bottom before recognizing the problem, while those around them may be enablers without knowing it.
When is it time to seek help?
When Substance Abuse Treatment is Necessary
It may be alcohol that has you in its grip. You might be abusing prescription painkillers. Someone you love may be struggling with heroin addiction. Whatever the substance, it’s crucial that you break free from your addiction before it ruins your life and the lives of the people around you.
Common signs that you may need substance abuse treatment include:
- Building up a tolerance and having to use more of the drug to experience the same high
- Lying about or hiding how much you drink or use drugs
- Having legal troubles related to your addiction
- Missing work or social activities due to drug/alcohol abuse
- Being in denial about how much you use
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not using the drug
- Having financial and/or relationship difficulties
Some people think that anyone who’s addicted to a substance is homeless or out of work, but that’s not always the case. While someone struggling with addiction can definitely end up on the street, it takes a while for them to reach that point. Until then, they may be able to conceal their substance abuse as they hold down a job and interact with their families.
However, addiction will take its toll. The physical, psychological and mental effects will eventually prove to be too much. A person can either get help or suffer the serious consequences, including a broken family, job loss, jail time, severe illness, or death.
Instead of letting things continue to spiral out of control, consider getting the right substance abuse treatment before it’s too late.
How We Can Help
Every person is unique, and so are the reasons for needing substance abuse treatment. We work hard to focus on the “whys” of addiction. Once we discover why you’re dealing with substance abuse and what underlying issues specifically led you down this path, then we can work on the best course of treatment, tailored to you.
We offer our clients long and short-term residential treatment options, from 30 to 90 days. During your time with us, expect a caring environment geared toward your personal recovery. We provide dual-diagnosis treatment and family programs as well. Our Integrated Addiction Model (I.AM) is designed to be an effective program that addresses how your mental health affects your addiction.
Located in a scenic, peaceful locale just one hour north of downtown Dallas and one hour east of Ft. Worth, we’re situated in the quaint town of Tioga. Our newly remodeled center sits squarely on 50 acres in the heart of quarter-horse ranch country. Each day, you’ll be able to take in gorgeous views of a private lake and a 9-hole par 3 golf course.
Some of the activities and amenities you’ll enjoy with us include:
- Golf course
- Sand volleyball court
- Workout facility
We know that true healing takes into account your whole person, incorporating your physical and mental health. We’ll work with you to help you get healthy and feel good about living again. Once you leave our “home away from home,” you can come back to visit at any time and reconnect or receive aftercare.
Addiction no longer has to control your life. With the right substance abuse treatment, you can overcome your addiction and reclaim your true self. Healing Springs Ranch addiction counselors are ready to start you on the road to recovery. Call today. Pick up your phone and call this number–866-656-8384.