Community health advocates join forces to urge greater public awareness of addiction and recovery. They wish to challenge the stigma of addiction so that more people will seek treatment. They urge that greater understanding of the impact of opioid addiction will help families and users seek treatment and recovery. New Hampshire has recorded high numbers of overdoses and overdose fatalities this year. Advocates believe that information from the entire region suggests that there is a heroin and opioid epidemic. Public awareness will reduce the social stigma of addiction. The government announced a further effort to undertake new programs and add resources to stop the abuse of prescription painkillers.
When a loved one or family member falls into drug dependency with prescription painkillers, the results can put a heavy burden on the entire family. Prescription painkillers are powerful drugs intended to relieve suffering. However, when abused, they form powerful dependencies. We can help. We can find resources for treatment that approach the addiction and the individual life circumstances. We work with the leading programs and insurance providers. Call us today.
In the face of an upsurge in heroin and opioid overdoses, civic advocates urge more resources and action by state government to combat drug abuse in New Hampshire. Recent actions by the government include issuing more than 5,000 emergency kits for police and emergency first responders to revive comatose victims. New Hampshire ranks last in New England states in dollars per person spent on drug abuse treatment and recovery. Advocates urge more resources for treatment and prevention.
When an addict seeks to turn his or her life around and seek treatment, it is important to act quickly. We can help find the right program to meet the needs of the addict and the addiction. We place the drug dependent person in programs that will provide the best chance of long-term sobriety. Call us today, we can help.
Your Rehab Experience Should Be Private
Admitting that you have an addiction problem is the first step toward recovery and lifelong sobriety, but it can be a difficult one to make. Your next step will be choosing a rehab center that is right for you. Attending drug or alcohol rehabilitation is a highly private situation that should be treated with the utmost confidentiality.
Those who are particularly worried about how confidential and private their treatment program will be may want to consider traveling out of town in order to seek treatment. In many cases, you might not need to travel very far to find a secluded enough location where you feel comfortable addressing your addiction problem.
On the other hand, outpatient treatment centers may need to be chosen based on how close they are to where you live. Because you'll be coming and going, having a nearby location for treatment will enable you to continue on with your life as usual. Our toll free hotline has representative standing by who can help you with this critical decision and let you know about local or distant rehab centers that will fit your needs.