Help for Myself
It takes a lot of courage to face up to addiction, whether that's dependence on alcohol or on drugs. Recovery can seem like an impossible task, but it is possible to change and live a healthy life free from substance abuse. Your first step is recognizing that you have an addiction problem.
If you're concerned that you're dependent on substances, ask yourself the following:
- Do you use drugs or alcohol to suppress emotions?
- Are you drinking or taking drugs more frequently?
- Do you need a larger quantity of drugs or alcohol to get a "high"?
- Do you have blackouts after drinking or using drugs?
- Do you wake up confused or depressed after drinking alcohol or taking drugs?
- Have you lost interest in hobbies, friends or your personal appearance?
- Do you think about drugs or alcohol when you're not using them?
- Have you unsuccessfully tried to stop drinking or taking drugs?
If you've answered yes to some of these, it's likely that you're addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Your next step is deciding to make the change. Quitting drugs or alcohol will mean making many changes. You may have to reassess how you handle stress and problems, who are your friends, and analyze how you spend your free time. Getting sober is a big commitment and we at Florida Center Recovery will help you get there. When you call us, our counselors will make a complete assessment on the severity of your addiction problem and from there choose the right addiction treatment plan for you. The treatment we choose will address not only your physical dependence but also the psychological issues behind your addiction. Our residential rehab offers the most successful addiction treatment. At Florida Center for Recovery, you will receive a range of therapies which explore the root cause of your drug or alcohol problem and equip you with the skills you need to live a healthier life.
Florida Center for Recovery specializes in treating substance addiction as well as behavioral and process addictions such as: compulsive gambling, eating disorders, self-harm, shopping and sex addiction. Our comprehensive Addiction Treatment Programs include the treatment of co-occurring disorders in addition to treatment of individuals diagnosed with PTSD, ADD/ADHD, Mood Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Anxiety. Therapeutic treatment includes: specialized addiction treatment for expectant mothers, relapse prevention program, family therapy, trauma therapy, art therapy, detox massage, yoga and aftercare programs which are all designed to address each client's specific needs.
For more information on our addiction treatment programs and therapeutic approaches, call toll free at: 800-960-5041. Florida Center for Recovery offers residential drug and alcohol rehab treatment through 12-Step and Non 12-Step Programs.