Drug and Alcohol Counseling

Recovery is hard. Regret is harder.

How many times have you decided to quit tomorrow? 

This. Will. Be. The. Last. Time. 

Or so you tell yourself... every day. 

No one believes you anymore. You don't even believe yourself. 

You've come to the right place.

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NICOTINE ALCOHOL MARIJUANA
BARBITUATES
PIANKILLERS
COCAINE
HEROIN

BENZODIAZAPINE
STIMULANTS
INHALANTS
SEDATIVES
PERSCRIPTION
MEDICATION
 

Am I addicted?

If two or more of these sound like you, it might be time for some help. 

You have a strong desire to quit yet you keep using. You've tried to quit but it never works out. 

You are using larger quantities or more often than you intend to. 

You crave the substance.

Much of your time is wrapped up in obtaining the substance, using it or recovering from it's effects. 

Activities that were previously important to you are no longer valued and participation in them has been replaced by use of the substance. 

You use the substance in situations that are potentially dangerous. 

You continue to use despite the negative impact it has on your relationships. 

You continue to use the substance despite the fact that it is worsening your mental or physical health.

You fail to attend important work, school or family obligations due to substance use. 

You have built a tolerance to the substance and need more to achieve the same effect. 

You experience withdrawal symptoms when not using the substance (gastrointestinal upset, headache, depression, anxiety, insomnia, irregular heartbeat, irritability for fatigue.