Is it time to reach out for help?
Addiction is an illness. And just like any other disease, it rarely gets better on its own. Addiction needs to be treated. If you are struggling with an addiction, sometimes it is hard to recognize you need help. This is one of the trickiest parts of the disease. However, if you identify with any of the warning signs below, it may be time to change and seek treatment.
If you are currently struggling with a substance use problem, we understand how scary it can feel to reach out for help. Fortunately, addiction is not an illness you have to battle alone. The entire team at Jackson House Addiction Treatment & Recovery Center is here and ready to help you with your recovery.
When you are ready to change and seek help, you will have lots of options for where to receive treatment. For lasting recovery and sobriety, it is important you find a treatment center where you feel comfortable, supported and have access to the tools and resources you need to make a lifelong change. We hope Jackson House Addiction Treatment & Recovery Center can be the place where you start your recovery and learn to live life to the fullest without the use of drugs or alcohol.
What sets Jackson House Addiction Treatment & Recovery Center apart is our focus on community. We know it is easier to overcome your addiction when you are surrounded by a network of people who believe in your future and see your unlimited potential. If you want the support of your peers and a community that will support you throughout your sobriety, we may be the perfect fit for you.
Food is another vital part of recovery. If you have been struggling with drugs and alcohol addiction, your body may be depleted of key nutrients. Our program places a strong emphasis on community and sharing meals together. Every day, our clients work together to prepare nutritious meals. Through this process, you will learn how to use food to support your sobriety, develop new life skills and, hopefully, create a lasting support system.
You can learn more about our treatment program on our About Us page.
While sometimes you know you have a problem, there are other instances where maybe you are still struggling to admit you have an addiction. We hope the following assessments provide you with some additional insight on whether or not it is time to reach out for help.
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