Open the Door to Hope, Get Substance Use Help Today
Are You, A Friend, Or A Loved One Struggling With Substance Use?
You may have noticed physical, emotional, or behavioral changes related to substance use. Recognizing these signs is a crucial early step on your journey towards healing and recovery. If you or someone you know is facing any of the symptoms mentioned below, it may be a sign that help is needed:
- Feeling that you have to use the drug regularly - daily or multiple times a day
- Having intense urges for the drug
- Over time needing more of the drug to get the same effect
- Taking larger amounts of the drug over a longer period than you planned
- Continuing to use the drug, even though you know it’s causing you problems
- Unable to stop using the drug, even though you want to
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to stop taking the drug
- Making certain that you maintain your supply of the drug
- Spending money on the drug, even though you can’t afford it
- Having trouble with responsibilities at work or school
- Decreased interest in things you used to enjoy
The Best Thing You Can Do If You’re Concerned, Is To Reach Out For Help
Whether you’re struggling yourself or you support someone who is, the act of reaching out is a significant turning point in your recovery journey. The initial process of reaching out can be overwhelming for many, at Door to Hope we’ll ease your mind by working alongside you and loved ones to decide what is the best plan for you. Not sure where to start or what to do, we’ll help!
For a Warm, Caring, and Confidential Conversation, Contact us today!
Each persons needs and situation are unique, we believe their treatment journey should be too. That’s why we offer a number of different treatment options which allow for a personalized approach to help. To learn about each of the below, click here.
- Individual counseling
- Medical detox
- Medication assisted treatment
- Recovery support meetings
Own Your Strength, Rewrite Your Story
The journey through treatment can be an opportunity to rediscover your true selves, reclaim your identity, and build a healthier more authentic life. Below you will find quotes from others who have gone through treatment, who hope to inspire others to own their strength and embrace their own stories:
“I was tired of struggling and watching my friends struggle with pills. Seeking treatment, I learned things I didn’t know, I saw who I could be and found the tools to help me be that person”
- Jason, 22
“I never thought I would develop a problem, I thought it was just casual drinking and using during the weekends but then that escalated. I learned so much from the other people in treatment I don’t think I could’ve got sober without them”
- Jacklyn, 19
“You can try to get sober on your own but why do it alone when there are other people that can help you? It’s not weak to reach out for help, it shows your strength.”
- Ricky, 21
This service is supported by federal State Opioid Response funds through a grant provided by the California Department of Health Care Service.