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Have your ever wondered if you or someone you love has a substance abuse problem? Do you find it difficult to know whether or not getting help from a rehab center is necessary? Maybe your loved ones have voiced their concerns regarding your habits or have offered to help you get into an addiction recovery program. Our self-assessment quiz is based on common questions, thoughts, feelings and experiences of people who struggle with substance abuse problems. Answering these questions can provide you with critical insight you may need to determine whether or not you or someone you love needs treatment from a certified rehabilitation facility.
Depending on your responses and your unique circumstances, you can determine whether or not you are in need of a rehab program. Depending on your specific needs, we offer medical detox, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization programs and outpatient rehab. Once you have filled out the assessment, contact one of our admissions specialists at (855)638-9268 for a free consultation and insurance verification.
You will be able to speak to an admissions professional who understands your struggle with substance abuse. They will ask you questions to assess your current situation, your history with substance abuse and your specific needs. This process is fundamental to the intake process, as it allows our staff to direct you toward the correct rehabilitation program and facility.
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At Get Treatment, we understand that it takes a lot of courage to be honest with yourself and others to admit you have a problem. It takes even more strength and courage to admit you need help.
Here are some questions you should ask to determine if you or someone you know has a drug or alcohol problem:
- Have you tried to quit using drugs but failed?
- Do you have difficulty getting through the day without using drugs or alcohol?
- Have you lied about how much or how often you use or drink?
- Have your relationships been negatively affected by your drug or alcohol abuse?
- Do you to feel a sense of guilt or shame when you use drugs or drink excessively?
- Have you experienced problems at work or school as a result of your drug/alcohol use?
- Do you use illegal drug or prescription drugs on a regular basis for non-medical reasons?
- Do you participate in dangerous activities while under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
- Have you ever neglected your personal or financial responsibilities to use drugs or alcohol?
- Have you ever used drugs or alcohol to cope with emotional pain, stress or depression?
- Has your substance abuse ever caused you to get in trouble with the law?
- Have you ever been hospitalized because of your drug us or drinking habits?
- Have you ever experienced symptoms of withdrawal when you stop using drugs or drinking?
- Have you received professional treatment for a substance use disorder before?
- Have you abused more than one drug at a time?
If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, you or someone you love is in need of professional help from an accredited drug rehab facility. For a confidential assessment and free insurance verification, call (855)638-9268.
We specialize in designing specialized treatment programs in order to maximize a patient’s chances of recovery. During this initial assessment, you will be able to discuss your goals, and learn more about the rehab process, including where you will be staying, what to bring, etc. Once your consultation is over, and you have agreed to get treatment, you can begin to prepare for admission. Speak to your loved ones begin arranging for any necessary travel and time away from work.
There are a number of reasons why dealing with substance abuse or addiction without help of doctors, nurses and therapists is very dangerous. Trying to detox on your own can lead to life-threatening withdrawal symptoms and unforeseen medical emergencies. Without the help of a clinical professional, these situations can escalate rapidly, leading to further health complications and even coma or death. You need the appropriate medical supervision, and may require specific medications to mitigate the symptoms of withdrawal. Further rehabilitation in the form of intensive therapy and relapse prevention training is essential in order to ensure lasting sobriety.
It’s important to know that there is still hope. No matter what you have been through, you still have a chance to get your life back from addiction.
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Last updated on March 27th, 2017 at 10:56 pm