Thursday, September 27, 2007
Luckily There IS Someone to Help
In my previous post, I talked about the evils of drug addiction and introduced you to one of the reputed drub habilitation centers. But what do you do if you are in a location where access to such centers seems limited?
Actually it is not too difficult. You just need to take the initiative to access a drug addiction referral service. If you or a loved one needs a caring environment that will help them with long term addiction treatment, make sure to follow these links that I am including in this blog post.
Few of the factors that impressed me about this referral service for inpatient drug treatment is that they are not-for-profit. This is comforting to my cynical mind. After all they do not stand to gain from referring you to the right destination. As many know the choice to get rehabilitated is based on character and motivation. And motivation can strike at any point of time. That is why I like the fact that this service is 24 x 7. And if the fact that they are not for profit was not enough to please you, it is encouraging to note that they never charge a fee to give you a referral.
Regardless of whether the addiction is to alcohol or narcotics, there is good chance that you can be rehabilitated if you want to. But the important thing is not just to be rehabilitated. It is also about preventing a relapse. This is where one's entire life is a journey to cure. And I do not mean that in the sense of it being a dreary journey. Instead, it is about enjoying every single day that you remain clean.
You have the power to change your life for the better. And there are services such as 1800NoDrugs to help you. Now it is up to you. You have to decide what you make of your life.