New laws in Jonesboro and the rest of Arkansas has made it harder to get opiate pain medications. As a result, the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services reports heroin use is on the rise. If you or a family member is addicted to heroin or any other drug, we want to help you get into an inpatient treatment center. Men and women with the highest success rate of recovery started the process by seeking treatment. The benefits of this are huge. Now is the time to get recovery. You do not have to continue the vicious cycle of addiction.
Many addicts want to get clean but cannot do it on their own. In a WXTX Special Report on heroin, addicts describe how their drug use spiraled out of control. We understand that you did not choose to become addicted. You are not a bad person because you use drugs. You are simply an ill person in need of recovery. Once in treatment, you will be educated on the disease model of addiction. Counselors are there with you every step of the way, guiding you through the early recovery process.
Addiction not only affects you, but your family and loved ones as well. Through your recovery, you have the chance to reestablish broken relationships. Recovery is truly a joy to behold. All the blessings this new way of life has to offer is yours for the taking. You and your family deserve peaceful and serene lives.
In your addiction, there came a time when you no longer had a choice. You had to use. Now you have the choice to enter into a treatment program. We want to help you find a new way to live. This is one of the best and most important decisions you will ever make.
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.