Folsom Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
Drug use and addiction may be part of what was behind the murder of a young mother and her two young toddlers near Folsom, California. The woman’s brother-in-law was accused of the crime and had a long history with drugs and alcohol that made his behavior scary to everyone in his family. Though the man is being held to make sure that he is not a harm to himself as he awaits trial, he has refused to discuss the crimes or any possible motivation for them.
Drugs and alcohol can cause people to behave violently, and addiction is perhaps one of the more dangerous physical and mental health issues as a result. If you believe that your Folsom loved one could be a danger to herself or others due to an untreated drug and alcohol dependence, don’t wait to get her into treatment. Call us today to discuss your options.
Can You Make Someone Go to Drug Rehab?
If your family member is over the age of 18, you may or may not be able to force them to go to drug rehab in California. The laws vary depending on the situation and they change all the time, so it’s important to look into the specifics and see what you can and cannot do. If your loved one refuses treatment but it is clear that he is in desperate need of help, involuntary enrollment in drug rehab may save his life.
Interventions Can Be Helpful
If it is not legal to enroll someone in drug rehab without their consent in your circumstance and you are not concerned for your physical safety, an intervention can help you get your Folsom loved one into treatment. Call now for more information about your drug rehab options.
Evaluation Management Training
771 Oak Avenue Pkwy
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