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It’s hard to end the continuous cycle of drug addiction. Recovery isn’t an easy road to take without the help of people who care about you and your well-being.

Asking questions is an important part of the recovery process because the more informed a person is, the higher their chances are for success.

Drugs can impair judgment and keep a person rooted in a miserable way of life, yet no one really intends to succumb to addiction.

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Drug Addiction Treatment

Our Drug Addiction Treatment Action Plan

Starting the road to drug addiction recovery can sometimes be scary. It is common to have many questions.

• What will happen?
• Where will I go?
• What should I expect?
• Can I live a life of sobriety?

If you are here to find answers to these questions, congratulations. You have made the most important decision you will make in your life. You have made the step to change your life for the better. We understand that it is hard to break free of the vicious cycle of drug use and we want to help you break those chains.

We will help you each step of the way in your drug addiction treatment. You can have a new life, a life with freedom from drugs. There is hope. There is a way.

There are many drug addiction programs and it can be baffling to choose one that is right for you. We understand the different needs that patients have and work hard to find the right place for them to fit in. We want to walk with you each step of the way in your drug addiction recovery. We want to listen to you. We want you to ask us questions. We want to give you answers. Answers that will help you succeed in your path towards sobriety.

There are many addiction treatment centers that help deal with the addiction of different drugs. If you are here for a loved one, it is important to understand the drug and how it can affect the user. Always keep in mind that the drug has taken over the one you care for. Their actions, which may be hurtful, are not controlled by them. Instead, the drug controls them.

• Cocaine, also called coke, is the caviar of all street drugs. It is expensive. It is commonly snorted through the nose as a powder form. The user experiences a high that elevates their energy and makes them feel on top of the world. The effects wear off within two hours and users feel the need to take another hit. Cocaine is highly addictive, usually just after a few uses. It can cause sudden death by heart attack.

• Crack is a form of cocaine but it is cooked with sodium bicarbonate or ammonia. This drug is one of the cheapest street drugs. It comes in rock form and is usually smoked. Often those who use cocaine and run out of money turn to this drug. Addiction is quick, usually after just one hit. The high wears off within thirty minutes and users scramble to find more.

• Methamphetamine is a drug known as meth, speed, crank or crystal. It can be taken by snorting powder through the nose, injecting the body with needle or can be smoked. The user feels a high in which he is alert, happy and in pleasure. This drug quickly takes a toll on the user as they loose weight, their skin develops discoloration, hair falls out and teeth rot.

• Marijuana is commonly called pot. Many think that this is not a dangerous drug and it is hard to become addicted to it. This is wrong. Users can become addicted and spiral downwards quickly. They may become depressed and not interested in daily activities.

• Man made drugs are called club drugs. There are many that fall under this category; spice, special K, bath salts, Ecstasy and Roofies. Thess drugs are highly addictive and the user has to use more each time as they build a tolerance. It has been shown that these drugs cause permanent brain damage. These drugs are common among teenagers and college students as they are easily available at parties.

The first step in drug addiction treatment is often detox. It is best to use drug treatment centers that have a medical staff as the user should be monitored. Depending on drug usage, detox may take a few days to a couple of weeks. The staff will be able to help ease the pain of withdrawing from drugs and provide a safe, relaxing space.

After detox, drug treatment centers will work to help the user cope with sobriety. Some may do individual counseling, others may do group counseling session. Many drug addiction treatment programs do both. The goal is to help the patient deal with daily life in positive ways.

It is also common for users to have underlying deep issues which can be dealt with by trained therapists. Here, patients overcome the mental addiction of drugs. It is important that this is catered towards the user. We will work hard to find the best treatment for you.

The next step is to find out a plan to continue living life sober, drug free. Some may move to sober houses in which they can find a job or go to school while still receiving support. Others may return home and attend their local NA meetings, and may also continue to see a therapist.

We understand that you have made one of the hardest steps in your life and we want to help. There are many drug addiction programs available, let us find the right one for you. We want you to live a life without drugs, a life that is free and enjoyable. Give us a call or email us, let us help you start your new life.

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(855) 484-3827

“My husband was injured in an accident with a piece of logging equipment that left him in extreme pain all the time. The only thing that helped to relieve the pain was prescription pain pills, typically oxycodone.

When the doctor refused to continue to refill the drugs for him, he began to buy the drugs from other resources. These other resources kept him hooked on the drugs for two years.

When we could no longer afford the drugs, he became violent with everyone and slipped into a severe depression. It was at this time that I finally called TAP.

TAP helped me to get him into the right treatment program for his addiction. Today, he is drug free and has found other ways to tackle his physical pain as well.”MP, ELLENSBURG, WA

Drug Addiction Treatment

Our Drug Addiction Treatment Action Plan

Starting the road to drug addiction recovery can sometimes be scary. It is common to have many questions.

• What will happen?
• Where will I go?
• What should I expect?
• Can I live a life of sobriety?

If you are here to find answers to these questions, congratulations. You have made the most important decision you will make in your life. You have made the step to change your life for the better. We understand that it is hard to break free of the vicious cycle of drug use and we want to help you break those chains.

We will help you each step of the way in your drug addiction treatment. You can have a new life, a life with freedom from drugs. There is hope. There is a way.

There are many drug addiction programs and it can be baffling to choose one that is right for you. We understand the different needs that patients have and work hard to find the right place for them to fit in. We want to walk with you each step of the way in your drug addiction recovery. We want to listen to you. We want you to ask us questions. We want to give you answers. Answers that will help you succeed in your path towards sobriety.

There are many addiction treatment centers that help deal with the addiction of different drugs. If you are here for a loved one, it is important to understand the drug and how it can affect the user. Always keep in mind that the drug has taken over the one you care for. Their actions, which may be hurtful, are not controlled by them. Instead, the drug controls them.

• Cocaine, also called coke, is the caviar of all street drugs. It is expensive. It is commonly snorted through the nose as a powder form. The user experiences a high that elevates their energy and makes them feel on top of the world. The effects wear off within two hours and users feel the need to take another hit. Cocaine is highly addictive, usually just after a few uses. It can cause sudden death by heart attack.

• Crack is a form of cocaine but it is cooked with sodium bicarbonate or ammonia. This drug is one of the cheapest street drugs. It comes in rock form and is usually smoked. Often those who use cocaine and run out of money turn to this drug. Addiction is quick, usually after just one hit. The high wears off within thirty minutes and users scramble to find more.

• Methamphetamine is a drug known as meth, speed, crank or crystal. It can be taken by snorting powder through the nose, injecting the body with needle or can be smoked. The user feels a high in which he is alert, happy and in pleasure. This drug quickly takes a toll on the user as they loose weight, their skin develops discoloration, hair falls out and teeth rot.

• Marijuana is commonly called pot. Many think that this is not a dangerous drug and it is hard to become addicted to it. This is wrong. Users can become addicted and spiral downwards quickly. They may become depressed and not interested in daily activities.

• Man made drugs are called club drugs. There are many that fall under this category; spice, special K, bath salts, Ecstasy and Roofies. Thess drugs are highly addictive and the user has to use more each time as they build a tolerance. It has been shown that these drugs cause permanent brain damage. These drugs are common among teenagers and college students as they are easily available at parties.

The first step in drug addiction treatment is often detox. It is best to use drug treatment centers that have a medical staff as the user should be monitored. Depending on drug usage, detox may take a few days to a couple of weeks. The staff will be able to help ease the pain of withdrawing from drugs and provide a safe, relaxing space.

After detox, drug treatment centers will work to help the user cope with sobriety. Some may do individual counseling, others may do group counseling session. Many drug addiction treatment programs do both. The goal is to help the patient deal with daily life in positive ways.

It is also common for users to have underlying deep issues which can be dealt with by trained therapists. Here, patients overcome the mental addiction of drugs. It is important that this is catered towards the user. We will work hard to find the best treatment for you.

The next step is to find out a plan to continue living life sober, drug free. Some may move to sober houses in which they can find a job or go to school while still receiving support. Others may return home and attend their local NA meetings, and may also continue to see a therapist.

We understand that you have made one of the hardest steps in your life and we want to help. There are many drug addiction programs available, let us find the right one for you. We want you to live a life without drugs, a life that is free and enjoyable. Give us a call or email us, let us help you start your new life.

“My husband was injured in an accident with a piece of logging equipment that left him in extreme pain all the time. The only thing that helped to relieve the pain was prescription pain pills, typically oxycodone.

When the doctor refused to continue to refill the drugs for him, he began to buy the drugs from other resources. These other resources kept him hooked on the drugs for two years.

When we could no longer afford the drugs, he became violent with everyone and slipped into a severe depression. It was at this time that I finally called TAP.

TAP helped me to get him into the right treatment program for his addiction. Today, he is drug free and has found other ways to tackle his physical pain as well.”MP, ELLENSBURG, WA

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