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How can I tell if someone I love has a substance abuse problem?

Chances are if you think that someone you love is having a problem with drugs or alcohol or another issue they probably are, and need helo from residential treatment centers. Family members and friends closest to an individual often have a difficult time addressing a substance abuse problem so if you have gotten this far already, go ahead and give us a call and we will see if we can help you and your loved one. Some signs of abuse include changes in personality, problems at home, work or school, changes in appetite, sleeping patterns and mood, money problems, problems with relationships and friendships etc.

What kind of addictions and issues can Treatment Solution Referrals address?

Treatment Solution Referrals works with all types of addictions and issues. Some of the most common issues we deal with include alcohol abuse, drug abuse including opiates, prescription pills, heroin, crack cocaine, club drugs, huffing, marijuana, depression, dual diagnosis disorder, bipolar disorder, gambling, sex or love addiction, bulimia treatment and anorexia treatment. We have also been successful in helping place people that have anger or rage issues, and many other mental health issues such as borderline personality disorder treatment. Please call us today for a free evaluation to see if we can help you or someone you love.

I'm not sure if I can afford treatment, what should I do?

Contrary to popular belief there are many low cost rehab centers with treatment programs available for people with limited income. There are programs that have in network contracts with most major insurance companies making treatment affordable. The insurance funded programs have been scrutinized by the insurance carries and possess some form of accreditation attesting to the superior quality of the services provided. There are also state and federally funded treatment programs and we can help you figure out if you qualify for one of these programs. Many drug and alcohol treatment programs work on a sliding scale or offer help with making payments.

I just need to detox, I don't need treatment

Detoxification programs are a great way to get a clear head around some substance abuse issues, if detox is all you are looking for we will gladly provide you with that solution, in some cases our clients have gone through the detox process in our alcohol, drug, and opiate detox centers and realized they are ready for treatment, if this happens for you great, we'd be happy to talk more about it with you.

My loved one is not willing to get help, is there anything I can do?

A loved one not wanting to get help is a very common occurrence. The best way to help someone that does not want to get help is to contact us about performing an intervention with him or her. An intervention is when a professional intervention specialist along with close friends and family help an individual realize that there is a problem and it is the most successful way to get someone to agree to a treatment program.

How long are the programs that you recommend?

During the initial phone conversation to us at Treatment Solution Referrals we will help you determine the length and type of program that is best for you or your loved one. We work with treatment providers that have programs starting at 28 to 30 days, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and even over a year. Some programs are more lenient than others and each program has a specific path that might be ideal for the individual. Our treatment referral specialist will help you find a program that is right of you.

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