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Do I Need Treatment?

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
-Philippians 4:13

It may be difficult to determine whether or not you need addiction help. The haze of drugs and alcohol, along with the denial that often accompanies substance abuse, can make it hard to make that decision. Road to Freedom is here for you. If you are questioning whether or not you need treatment, please call our 24-hour confidential hotline today at (844) 402-3605. Our compassionate and experienced admissions counselors can help you answer the difficult question: “Do I need treatment?”

 The following are some signs and symptoms of addiction that may signal you need addiction help:

  • Tolerance: You need to consume more and more of a drug each time to achieve the desired effect.
  • Continued Use despite Negative Consequences: You continue to use drugs or alcohol despite negative emotional, physical, financial or social consequences.
  • Withdrawal: As the effects of drug or alcohol wear off, you may experience symptoms of withdrawal, including: anxiety, shakiness or trembling, sweating, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, irritability, fatigue, headaches, etc.
  • Denial: You become defensive when asked about your substance use.
  • Secrecy: You begin to hide your substance use from your family and friends.
  • Mood Swings: You begin to experience rapid or uncharacteristic mood swings.
  • Cravings: You start to obsessively think about acquiring and using your drug(s) of choice.
  • Changes in Sleep Patterns: You experience a drastic increase or decrease in time spent sleeping.
  • Risk Taking: You are more likely to take serious risks in order to obtain your drug(s) of choice.
  • Loss of Control: You have lost control over the amount and frequency of your substance use.

These are just a few of the signs of drug and alcohol addiction. If you have experienced even some of the abovementioned signs, you need addiction help. Addiction is a chronic, progressive and fatal disease if left untreated. This means that over time, it gets worse, never better. The time to get help for your addiction is now.

Get Help Now

Drug and alcohol addiction is a complex and powerful disease. Fortunately, help is available for individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism at Road to Freedom. We understand the pain and torment of active addiction and we are here to show you a better way to live. We can help you rebuild your relationship with God, while achieving and maintaining long-term recovery.

At Road to Freedom, we believe every person deserves a chance to recover through the power of Jesus Christ. Our compassionate and experienced team of staff members is comprised of board-certified doctors, nurses, therapists and pastors. Our staff works together to provide a comprehensive, integrated treatment program for each patient at our facility. Road to Freedom utilizes a variety of faith-based programs, activities and techniques to give you the most effective results from your treatment experience with us.

Recovery Is Possible

For more information on how Road to Freedom can help you, call us now at (844) 402-3605, or chat with an admissions counselor online. We have admissions counselor on standby to answer any questions you may have about our program.

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