Recovery Story in the News
A recovery story from the grips of cocaine abuse to stardom appeals to everyone because we know how rare and difficult it is to overcome addiction. The life story of Times reporter David Carr made the news in Enid. But these stories also show that inside every addict is a potential to regain sobriety and lead a productive life. Your drug dependent loved one or family member can also be a success story. The human spirit has this possibility to rise from the depths of despair and helplessness. The family can play a vital role in encouraging and supporting reform and recovery. We understand the depressing cycle of drug abuse and broken promises to get sober. We can help, every addict's life has the potential to turn around. Call us today.
Prescription Drug Abuse
In response to a national epidemic of prescription drug abuse and fraud, the federal government granted funds to Oklahoma to monitor prescriptions. The nearly $500,00 grant will strengthen systems for tracking prescriptions and preventing fraud in illegally obtaining addictive medications. Pain killers and other prescription drugs contain highly addictive chemicals that drug users seek. They obtain prescriptions for illegal usage, and this includes fraudulent prescription documents. The federal grant will strengthen law enforcement systems to detect and eliminate prescription frauds.
Get the Help that Families Need
We can help when a loved one reaches the decision to enter treatment for illegal drug abuse, alcoholism, or dependency on prescription drugs. The decision to enter treatment is an opportunity for personal reform. Treatment can relieve Enid families of deep concerns for the safety and well-being of a drug dependent loved one. We can find the right resources to give the recovery the best possible chance for success. Our approach treats more than the addiction. We work with treatment providers that assess the addict's entire life circumstances and seek to treat all of the causes of the addiction. They see the whole person and not just the addiction. Call us today, we can help make the admission and insurance process smooth. Getting the drug treatment off to a great start is important. Don't delay, now is the best time to begin; call us today.
Should You Travel for Treatment?
For many of those addicted to drugs or alcohol, your first course of action will be in deciding geographically where you want to attend treatment. While those who are interested in outpatient care will be best served by attending a treatment center in their hometown, those who are concerned about privacy or who need to make special arrangements for their care may be interested in going to surrounding cities and traveling for treatment.
For example, you may prefer a faith-based approach to recovery that matches your religious choices. In other situations, your choice of drug and alcohol rehab center may be solely based on how holistic the center’s approach to recovery is. In either of these cases, travel may be necessary in order to fulfill your personal requirements for treatment. We can help you make the decision on whether or not travel for treatment will be the right choice for you or your loved one. At your convenience, please call our toll-free number to speak with a representative who can help you make these critical decisions and others as well.