"Do I have a problem?" Just being able to openly ask yourself this question means that you may be on the road to recovery already. The most hopeless drug and alcohol addicts are not even able to ask this question of themselves for fear of what the answer might be. Somebody who is willing to ask it, on the other hand, has the key to recovery in their hands.
If your answer is "yes, I need help," don't just sit around. Call us at (239) 384-6959 any time, any day of the year.
If you're not sure, you need to be honest with yourself and go through the following checklist. Make a mental true/false note on each of these points.
*I take drugs or alcohol daily *My drug or alcohol use has caused me to miss work *Most of the people I associate with use drugs or alcohol *I have taken prescription drugs recreationally *I've tried to stop drinking or taking drugs, but couldn't *I've blacked out from drugs or alcohol *I often apologize with the phrase "I was high/drunk!" *I get high or drunk alone *My friends or family have expressed real concern about my drug or alcohol use *I've given up other interests, pursuits or passions in favor of drugs or alcohol *Getting drunk or high is often the first thing on my mind in the morning
So how many of these do you need to answer "true" to in order to tell that you may have a problem? Just one.
If any of the above are true, consider calling us from Naples, FL at (239) 384-6959. If several are true, don't hesitate to call us immediately. There is no instant miracle cure to addiction, but we can offer helping hand in the form of guidance, shelter and compassion on the road to recovery.