Palo Alto Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
A man from Palo Alto, California robbed a local pharmacy and took just one thing: oxycodone. Why? He was trying to feed his opiate addiction. The man pointed a gun at a pharmacy clerk and told him he was addicted to OxyContin and asked for a bottle of the pills. The pharmacy clerk complied, and now the man is wanted for felony robbery.
People do crazy things when they are living with an active and untreated prescription drug addiction. Parents, professionals and high-end officials can be leveled by dependence upon a narcotic prescription.
If someone you care about in Palo Alto, CA is struggling under the weight of an untreated drug dependence, you can find the help you need right here. Call now to speak to a counselor about how we can match you to the right drug rehab for your needs.
Talking About Prescription Drug Dependence
Unlike other substances of abuse, many people come to drug addiction through a routine prescription with no interest in getting high. Few people experiment with their prescription until after the psychological cravings start, and when these patients realize that they are living with a drug addiction, they are often too embarrassed to seek help. Unfortunately, if drug addiction is present, denial only perpetuates the problem and causes just as much risk for overdose as an acknowledged drug addiction.
Get Help Today
If your loved one is avoiding treatment because they are unable to identify as a drug addict, you can help. Point out that addiction is a medical disorder in its own right and that’s why medical treatment is recommended. Call now to find a drug rehab that will be able to provide your Palo Alto loved one with the medical treatment necessary to heal.
Free At Last Community Recovery
1796 Bay Rd
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