In a four-month period, Northern Arizona University police in Flagstaff, Arizona received 129 calls about students smoking marijuana on campus. The problem is indicative of a larger community issue; too many view marijuana as harmless when it is actually an addictive substance. Long understood to be psychologically addictive, not many Flagstaff, AZ residents realize that it is physically addictive as well, despite the studies that continually come out with evidence to support that fact.
Are you living in Flagstaff and smoking marijuana regularly? Are you psychologically dependent upon it? Physically addicted? If marijuana is causing problems in your life and you are still unable to stop smoking, then drug rehab can help. Contact us today to find out how we can assist you in finding a treatment center that can help you learn how to leave marijuana in the past.
When to Say ‘Enough’
In many cases of marijuana abuse and dependence, patients who seek treatment rarely share an “I lost it all” story when they explain why and how they decided to get clean and sober. Most describe how they finally had enough when it came to the problems they were struggling with and decided it was time to make their life better. A number of experiences can trigger this response, including:
- Arrest for marijuana possession or use
- Getting fired or kicked out of school for using marijuana
- Being chronically unable to maintain commitments
- Feeling unmotivated to accomplish anything
Are You Ready to Say ‘Enough’ and Get the Treatment You Need?
One phone call can connect you with a world of options in recovery. Call now to speak to an expert about the many kinds of addiction treatment services that can help you let go of marijuana dependence today.
Flagstaff Medical Center
1200 N Beaver St
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-3118
Guidance Center Inc
2187 N Vickey St
Flagstaff, AZ 86004-6121