Drug Abuse Hotline Sacramento is designed to help the individuals with drug addiction or substance abuse problems to find adequate help, and answer any questions related to treatment options. In addition, you may speak to a counselor about your particular drug of use, and to find help and support for the family members who are coping with an addict.
Most commonly abused drugs today are : alcohol, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, tobacco, marijuana etc.
A survey has found that underage drinkers consume more than 175 million drinks a year. Photo posed by modelsMunchkin Management.
24 Hour Alcohol Hotline is designed to help individuals with alcohol related problems: alcohol abuse, alcoholism and alcohol addiction. A certified counselor is ready to listen and answer any of your questions, about addictions, behaviors, treatment options, and understanding of addiction.
Alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction are now more common then ever before. Statistics showing that alcohol abuse is present among adults, young teens and elderly. The main reasons for drinking are : stressful life style, recreation purposes, neglect, loneliness, desperation, trauma to name a few. However, those who are prone to addiction do not realize it at first. Some people end up heavily drinking, because they can not stop, and some people find the alcoholic beverages to be used as “self-medication” for their emotional and physical problems. Read more
Substance abuse is a big part of an american life. Alcohol and drugs have become accessible to our young generations, more then ever compare to decades ago. Substance abuse had become a common problem in military life, and among the elderly. Many people become addicted to drugs and alcohol due to their unsafe environment, and poor living conditions. Often these children observe their parents using various types of drugs, and therefore they become addicted to these substances. Unfortunately today, many young teens start experimenting with drugs for other reasons. Many start using commonly known street drugs, or prescription medication for the recreational purposes, stress of schools, colleges, and peer pressure. Many teens turn to drugs as a “void” from their dysfunctional families, broken relationships, and bulling.
Substance abuse had penetrated to our homes, schools and places of work. Substance abuse is a major health risk in our country. Read more
The foundations that help drug addicts, are the organization that focus on hands on help for families and their loved ones who are struggling with drug or alcohol addictions, or substance abuse problems. The purpose of the foundation is to provide clear guidance and information about drug abuse and addiction. The foundations is more then a support group, but a place to find healing, understanding, support for a successful recovery process. Most foundations consists of people who once in their life time had battled their own drug or alcohol addiction problems, and now are dedicating their life to serve others. Many of the former addicts had received and earned their addiction specialists certification, to be able to help those in need, as well as become their mentors.
24 Hour Drug Hotline is designed to help those individuals who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction problem: to answer any drug related questions, find an appropriate drug rehab facility, help families to stage an intervention, provide support for the loved ones, to help cope with addict in the family, provide initial counseling and assessment.
When you are stricken with drug addiction, you often feel helpless and alone. Most people with drug addiction can not fight this chronic disorder on their own. There is no common sense that can be applied and used in this situation. The addiction takes over the control of your life. Even if the person desires to get help, he or she simply can not do it by themselves. There are different stages and levels of addiction, there are different types of drugs, and there are different types of dosages taken by an addict. These factors will help the addiction specialists to determine and develop a comprehensive treatment plan, that is suitable for each individual. However, there is no problem that is “too big” or “too small”. Read more