About Alcohol & Drug Addiction New Haven, CT Counselors
According to recent findings, approximately 17 million adults ages 18 and older had an alcohol use disorder, AUD, in 2012, and in 2010, 16 million Americans reported using prescription drugs for nonmedical reasons some time in the past year. Many people believe that addiction cannot touch their lives without illicit substances like heroin involved, but this is untrue. Most addicted individuals abuse prescription drugs or alcohol, to the point where their abuse becomes a powerful addiction. At Alcohol & Drug Addiction New Haven, we can help.
Drug addiction is not the type of problem a person can fight on their own. Although there was an amount of choice in the initial matter of drug abuse, addiction sets in over time and takes the will of the addicted individual out of the equation. Once this happens, the person is often unable to stop without help. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone.
Alcohol, opioids, marijuana, and other drugs all are addicting in nature and, depending on many factors, a person could become more than a casual user. Factors like genetics, upbringing, lifestyle, economic status, and mental disorders can make a person more likely to become addicted. Depending on your life, you may have become addicted to a substance and not have even realized it. But once you do, seeking help is the very first step. The staff at our facility will do their very best to give you all the help and strength you need to stop abusing drugs and to start to take your life back.
Call us @ (203) 909-6309 or Toll-Free 1-888-565-6401
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