Charleston Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
The University of Charleston in Charleston, WV recently played host to a roundtable discussion on substance abuse. The White House director of drug control policy met with two West Virginia congressman as well as representatives of law enforcement, health care, and mental health advocates. Faced with an issue that impacts public health and public safety, government leaders at every level are working to address the problem of substance abuse in West Virginia.
Take Notice and Speak Up
Helping someone you care about leave drugs and alcohol behind begins with recognizing the problem. While the signs of substance abuse differ depending on the individual and the substance being used, there are some common warning signs that may indicate a drug use disorder that requires treatment:
- Using drugs or alcohol to deal with problems or stress
- Driving under the influence, unprotected sex, or other risky behavior
- Using more and more of the substance to get the same effect
- Neglecting close relationships
- Poor performance at school or work
- Unexplained physical health issues with no obvious cause
- Having a desire to stop or decrease substance abuse, but not being successful
- Using drugs or alcohol first thing in the morning or before bed
- Troubles with money, stealing or borrowing money
- Erratic and uncharacteristic behavior
- Spending great amounts of time obtaining and using drugs or alcohol
Your Loved One’s New Life in Recovery Can Start With You
When someone you love is caught up in drug and alcohol abuse, it’s a life-threatening issue. These individuals may not seek help on their own and those close to them must intervene on their behalf. If you suspect someone you love in Charleston may have an addiction, call us today and begin the enrollment process in drug rehab for your family member.
Charleston Treatment Center Inc
2157 Greenbrier St
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