Elevate Addiction Services – SLT
586 Glorene Ave, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, USA California
• You spend a lot of your time thinking about the drug: how to get more, when you'll take it, how good you feel, or how bad you feel afterward. • You have a hard time giving yourself limits. You might say you'll only use "so much" but then can't stop and end up using twice that amount. Or you use it more often than you meant to. • You've lost interest in things you once liked to do. • You've begun having trouble doing normal daily things, like cooking or working. • You drive or do other dangerous things (like use heavy machines) when you are on the drug. • You borrow or steal money to pay for drugs. • You hide the drug use or the effect it is having on you from others. • You're having trouble getting along with co-workers, teachers, friends, or family members. They complain more about how you act or how you've changed. • You sleep too much or too little, compared to how you used to. Or you eat a lot more or a lot less than before. • You look different. You may have bloodshot eyes, bad breath, shakes or tremors, frequent bloody noses, or you may have gained or lost weight. • You have a new set of friends with whom you do drugs and go to different places to use the drugs.If you really are addicted to prescription drugs, to alcohol, to illegal drugs, or to even just marijuana, then it’s time to hang it up and check into an inpatient, residential, drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehab program, and recovery organization. Inpatient rehab is the only way that addiction is actually going to leave Red Bluff. Inpatient rehab possesses the necessary tools for freeing any individual from addiction, and if you apply rehab to an entire city, it can accomplish a similar result for all who are addicted in any given urban area. Truly, rehab is the answer to the addiction crisis in Red Bluff. With excellent rehab, anyone who is addicted to anything can win the battle against their own personal addiction struggle and go free from the habit once and for all.