Should I Get Treatment Locally or Go Away?

The most important thing is to get help. If your home life and circumstances have contributed to your substance abuse, removing yourself from your dysfunctional environment can help you heal without distraction or heightened risk for relapse. If you simply can’t afford to put your job, family and life on hold, or if doing so runs the risk of escalating your addiction, local treatment might be your best option. Our admissions representatives are ready to walk you through your options and help you make the best possible decision, based on your circumstances.

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