Why do I need help with my addiction?


Trying to go into recovery can be daunting in itself. Though getting sober on your own is possible, it is staying sober that most people need help with.


1. After years of substance abuse, your brain chemistry changes in a way that disrupts the normal function of a person’s decision-making process, in-habitations and risk vs. reward analysis.

​ 2. Psychological and social factors are often powerful stimuli for substance abuse relapse.

​ 3. Supervised detoxification helps with withdrawal symptoms and could be dangerous.


​4. Confronting life on your own is not easy.

There is no need to suffer alone. If you cannot afford treatment, contact us for a referral to state funded institutions in your area. Join a support group like Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous. Sharing what you’ve been through helps you stay focused on why you want to stop in the first place. There are hundreds of meetings around the country, thousands around the world. Join others who have gone through similar trials and errors, get a sponsor to help you stay on track and see that a fun, sober life is possible.


Contact us today or visit our site for more information on our programme.

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