- Driving while under the influence
- Legal troubles; DUI, and other criminal behavior
- Relationship changes; isolation, unwarranted arguments with loved ones.
- Financial troubles due to drug use and alcohol use.
- Increased tolerance to alcohol and drug use.
- Neglect of important matters such as your job; school, relationships, and other responsibilities in order to spend time doing drugs or drinking.
- Increased preoccupation with alcohol and drug use.
- Feelings of hopelessness and anxiety.
- Repeated unsuccessful attempts to stop drinking or using drugs.
We understand that making the decision to enter into a treatment program comes with many questions. Below, we have gathered some of those most frequently asked. If you have a question you don’t see on the list, please feel free to call us directly. Our professional drug and alcohol therapists are available to answer any questions you have. Call toll free anytime: 888-971-1113. 1. How do I know it’s time for treatment? When addiction takes hold, it’s debilitating. The individual may show signs of addiction through actions as well as changes to their physical appearance. Here are a few warning signs that indicate it’s time to seek help: