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How do I Know If I NeedProfessional Drug orAlcohol Treatment

Have you been asking yourself, “Is my addiction bad enough for treatment?”

When it comes to drug and alcohol abuse, it can sometimes be difficult to admit you have a problem. But, you’re here now. We can help.

Many individuals don’t seek treatment for a variety of reasons. Some think they need to hit rock bottom first. Others think their issue isn’t bad enough. The truth is if you are already questioning whether or not you need professional help, you probably do.

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Did you know that of the 19.9 million adults in need of substance use treatment in 2016, only 10.8% percent received specialty treatment?

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Am I Addicted?

How Do I Know If I’mAddicted?

Has your life been negatively impacted in any way due to your drug or alcohol use? Have your relationships with friends, family or co-workers suffered? Has your job suffered? Are you feeling guilty about your actions? You probably have an addiction.

There are actually 11 criteria used for determining the severity of addiction; they include:
  1. Lack or Loss of Control – Taking too much and for longer than intended.
  2. A Desire to Cut Back – Wanting to cut back or quit but being unable to do so.
  3. Total Time Spent – Increased time spent obtaining the drugs or alcohol.
  4. Substance Cravings – Intense desire to obtain and use substance of choice.
  5. Prioritizing Use – Drug or alcohol use has become more of a priority than home, school or work.
  6. Relationship Issues – Personal relationships are impacted negatively by the use.
  7. Lack of Social Interest – Stops going to gatherings and activities to use drugs or alcohol instead.
  8. Dangerous Situations – Continues to use the substance, even when in a high risk situation.
  9. Worsening Problems – Substance abuse creates worsened physical or psychological problems.
  10. Tolerance Builds – A need for more of the substance is required to achieve desired effect.
  11. Withdrawal Symptoms – Physical or emotional symptoms can include: tremors, anxiety, irritability, sweating, nausea and vomiting.
If any of this criteria sounds like you, please get in touch with us for help: 1 (888) 789-4330
Getting Help

How Do I Get Treatment

Anyone can become addicted to drugs or alcohol. Addiction does not discriminate. It’s a medical disorder, which is why getting clean and sober on your own is so hard!

The good news is that there are effective substance abuse treatment programs available. You can overcome your addiction.

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To Help You Recover!

Step 1: Call Now!

Seeking help is always the first step. It takes courage, but it is worth it. When you call, we can talk to you about your specific concerns and answer any questions you have. We can explain our programming and how it works. During the call, we can help you determine if Harmony is the right recovery program for you.

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Step 2: Begin Detox

If medical detox is required, Harmony offers sub-acute and medically supervised detox in the comfort of our residential inpatient facility. During detox, you will be kept safe and comfortable until you are ready to begin your next level of care.

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Step 3: Residential Care

Once you graduate detox, you are ready to begin the real work. During your inpatient stay, you will be provided with the education and tools you need to get sober and prevent future relapse. Our program is built to help you identify how addiction has manifested in you so you can focus on treatment that motivates you the most to change.

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Step 4: Outpatient

The most effective long-term care includes a transitional program. We offer outpatient care as a transitional program for our residential clients as well as individuals who do not require detox and the more structured environment that inpatient care provides. For our clients who don’t live nearby, upscale sober living homes are provided.

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Step 5: Aftercare for Alumni

The work of recovery and our connection to our clients continues long after you graduate from your treatment program at Harmony Place. Alumni of both our residential or outpatient programs are invited to remain a part of the Harmony Place family through participation in our ongoing alumni program at no additional cost.

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Recovery

Break the Cycle: Get Sober

If you are struggling with addiction, it’s not your fault. If you choose to do nothing about it, then you have a real problem.

Seeking treatment doesn’t mean you have failed. It means you acknowledge you have a medical problem that needs attention. We have the team and the experience to help you recover and go on to live the life you have always wanted for yourself. Sober.

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