Newfoundland & Labrador Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Addiction is a health crisis throughout the world, and it is ever-changing. Some substances have declined in use, while new and worrisome drugs appear all the time. Ways to become intoxicated have also evolved, and are more readily accessible. As substance abuse has reached epidemic levels, researchers have focussed on this illness that affects millions globally. Understanding patterns, and the factors that make addiction more likely, lead to more effective treatments.
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We now know that individuals suffering from addiction are often in denial. They may not recognize that there is a problem, and they become good at hiding their illness. The term “functioning addict” describes someone who manages to appear as if everything in their daily life is fine. They may be able to maintain the façade for decades. This puts them at great risk of significant mental and physical health problems associated with prolonged substance abuse, including overdose and death. It is often a loved one or colleague who steps in to intervene.
What Addictions Do We Treat?
Seeking professional help is essential, particularly if the addiction has been going on for several years. The staff at Addictions.ca are experts and provide treatment for addiction to alcohol, prescription medications, opioids, cocaine, heroin, inhalants, amphetamines, and methamphetamines.
Your personalized plan may include a combination of medical detox, counseling, art and music therapy, meditation and yoga, nutrition and fitness routines, relapse prevention workshops, and a variety of recreational activities, all with a holistic approach.
The setting is very important to recovery, and our facility near Kingston, Ontario offers a combination of scenic beauty and the distance from the stresses of real life that many recovering addicts seek. As with many remote places, the addiction rate in Newfoundland & Labrador is very high, and the area is underserviced. With few addiction treatment facilities to choose from close to home, why not travel to a facility that is waiting to welcome you?