Our primary message to those who know or suspect a loved one is using alcohol or drugs is: get help now.
Let us help you or your loved one overcome the social stigma of addiction. We have learned the hard way that addiction can happen to any person in any family regardless of how they live, where they live, their religious affiliation or social/economic status. Users will not get better by themselves, no matter what they believe or promise. And you cannot live someone out of addiction.
Recovery Pathways Treatment Guidelines are supported by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Services Administration (SAMHSA), The American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine (AOAAM) and The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).
Addiction is a chronic relapsing brain disease. People exhibit compulsive behaviors despite harmful consequences. Addiction changes your brain and can lead to harmful behaviors.
Abuse and addiction cost americans half a trillion dollars per year when considering the medical, economic, socials and criminal impact. Addiction contributes to greater than 100,000 deaths of American citizens per year. If left untreated addiction will kill you.