Nothing makes a person more desperate than heroin addiction. Getting and maintaining a steady supply of heroin in order to stave off withdrawal symptoms can cause you to make choices that you would never even consider if you were clean and sober.
One woman was arrested near Ogden, Utah when she tried to use her baby to hide heroin that she was transporting – she attempted to hide her stash of heroin behind her baby’s head.
Most people in Ogden would recoil at the idea of having drugs anywhere near a child, but to risk a child’s safety by keeping them in close proximity to such a deadly narcotic is a clear sign that addiction has taken over and common sense is no longer in control.
What Will Be Your Wakeup Call?
Certainly an arrest on drug-related charges is a significant enough event to highlight your need for treatment. But if things haven’t quite reached that level, how can you know when it’s time to seek rehabilitation? Many report that the following issues let them know that it was time to get help:
- Losing their home and finances to bankruptcy and foreclosure due to an inability to maintain employment through addiction
- Declining health or the contraction of a serious illness
- A serious accident that was deadly – or almost deadly
- Legal issues that threatened their freedom or their family
What will it take to demonstrate to you that your addiction issues require treatment now – not later?
Answer Your Wakeup Call Today
Call the phone number listed above and speak to an addiction treatment expert about your need for treatment. He or she will match you to the best program for your needs and help you take the steps to enroll immediately. Make today your last day living with an active addiction.
3480 Washington Blvd # 107
Ogden, UT 84401-4152
2351 Grant Ave # 100
Ogden, UT 84401-1437
529 25th St
Ogden, UT 84401-2406
Weber Human Services
237 26th St
Ogden, UT 84401-3105