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Fairbanks is a centrally located Alaskan city. It is referred to as the “Golden Heart City” because the residents are known for being generous, hospitable and friendly. These attributes not only make it a great place to visit but a good destination for people who need help, particularly with drug and/or alcohol abuse. The beautiful surroundings and understanding population, makes it an ideal place for a Alaska rehab center.

Fairbanks, Alaska Drug Rehab: Tell-Tale Signs That Someone Needs Help

Knowing when drug or alcohol rehabilitation is necessary can sometimes be difficult. Some addicts will insist that they are able to deal with whatever addiction ails them on their own, even when this is obviously not true. Denial is a major element of addiction. It must be recognized for what it is- an obstacle to sobriety- and obliterated. Only after a person begins to recognize their need for help can they begin to move forward and get clean and sober.

There are a number of “tell-tale” signs which indicate that rehab is necessary. Though this isn’t a comprehensive list, here are few major signs to look for.

Tell-Tale Sign #1

The inability to control ones drug use is a major warning sign. There are people that continue to use drugs even when they have a desire to quit. A physical or psychological addiction make it difficult to do so.

Tell-Tale Sign #2

The presence of physical withdrawal when a person stops using, even for a brief amount of time, is another sign. This is tangible evidence that an addiction has developed.

Tell-Tale Sign #3

Constant fights with family members and friends about drug use is another sign that rehabilitation may be necessary. Often times, the people who love the addict are able to spot a problem and a subsequent need for treatment much sooner than the addict themselves can.

Hope Counseling

926 Aspen St

Fairbanks, AK 99709-5501
(907) 451-8208


Interior Aids Association

710 3rd Ave

Fairbanks, AK 99701-4455
(907) 452-4222


Interior AIDS Association

710 3rd Avenue P.O. Box 71248

Fairbanks, AK 99707-1248


Ralph Perdue Center

3100 S Cushman St

Fairbanks, AK 99701-7516
(907) 452-6251


Tanana Chiefs Conference Inc

122 1st Avenue Suite 600

Fairbanks, AK 99701



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