AM I EXPERIENCING SIGNS OF ADDICTION?
You may have an alcohol or drug abuse problem if you:
- Have a new group of friends who drink and take drugs
- Are less interested in attending social events
- Notice that your alcohol or drug use is causing problems at school or work
- Have stopped regularly attending school or work
- Have recently asked to borrow or have stolen money to buy alcohol or drugs
- Are in any legal or financial trouble due to drinking or drug use
- Spend a lot of time thinking about taking or getting drugs and alcohol
- Are having problems with family and other close relationships
- Find concentrating more difficult
- Notice rapid changes in mood or temper
- Are no longer interested in some activities or hobbies
- Have lost a lot of weight in a short amount of time
- Have glazed or red eyes, a runny nose, or a constant cough
- Feel depressed and have much less energy
SHOULD I CONTACT A PROFESSIONAL?
If you recognize yourself in two or more of the above statements, it may be time to consult the knowledgeable admissions professionals at Buena Vista, a renowned drug and alcohol rehab campus.
We will help you determine if you truly have a substance abuse problem, and if you do, we will help you take the first step on the journey to sobriety. Don’t you owe it to yourself to regain your happy, healthy, and drug-free life?
I NEED HELP WITH MY ADDICTION
Admitting you need help takes bravery and courage. Making any significant lifestyle change is scary, even when you make a conscious choice to leave an awful situation in hopes of a better one.
Your bravery in taking that first step can help supply the strength needed to continue on your path to sobriety. Choosing to get sober is the first of many steps and challenges ahead. Hard days in early recovery require guts and determination to see them through.
It also takes courage to admit mistakes and struggles. With the proper support, physical and emotional sobriety can open up a better world for you and those who love you.
Do you remember what life was like before you developed an addiction? Maybe you wonder what your life will look like once you decide to get sober. Everyone is different, but addiction-free lifestyles generally feel safer, more secure, and much healthier.
You can strengthen meaningful relationships, forge stronger connections, and make amends when needed. You will also learn how to manage stress or trauma effectively without needing drugs or alcohol to numb your pain.
Swapping out negative habits for positive ones brings greater relief from problems. But you don’t have to go through this process alone. Buena Vista can help.
We understand that courage does not mean an absence of fear. Instead, your courage signifies your willingness to take action despite your fear. We put you, the patient, first and create a unique treatment plan based on your individual circumstances.
HOW BUENA VISTA CAN HELP YOU
Addiction is difficult to beat, but it can be treated successfully. When you decide you are ready to start addiction treatment, rest assured our detox, inpatient, and therapy programs have been proven effective. Don’t let another day go by—take the first step on your journey to a better life now. You’ll be glad you did!
Ready to regain control of your life? Take the first step on your journey to addiction recovery today.