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12 Questions about Marijuana?
1-Has smoking pot stopped being fun?
2-Do you ever get high alone?
3-Is it hard for you to imagine a life without marijuana?
4-Do you find that your friends are determined by your marijuana use?
5-Do you smoke marijuana to avoid dealing with your problems?
6-Do you smoke pot to cope with your feelings?
7-Does your marijuana use let you live in a privately defined world?
8-Have you ever failed to keep promises you made about cutting down or controlling your marijuana smoking?
9-Has your use of marijuana caused problems with memory,
concentration, or motivation?
10-When your stash is nearly empty, do you feel anxious or worried about how to get more?
11-Do you plan your life around your marijuana use?
12-Have friends or relatives ever complained that your pot smoking is damaging your relationship with them?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may have a problem with marijuana. Click here to get Help?
 
 
 
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National Treatment Hotline (800) 662-Help

 

Al-Anon and Alateen

1-888-4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666)

 

Alcohol and Drug Helpline (800) 821-4357

 

Alcohol Rehab for the Elderly (800) 354-7089

 

Alcohol, Drugs, and Pregnancy Helpline (800) 638-2229

 

Al-Anon/Alateen Family Group Headquarters, Inc. 800-344-2666

 

America Belongs to our Children (800) 783-6396

 

American Council on Alcoholism (800) 527-5344

 

American Council for Drug Education 800-488-3784

 

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Workplace Helpline 1-800-WORKPLACE Children of Alcoholics Foundation (800) 359-COAF (359-2623)

 

Cocaine Anonymous (CA) 800-347-8998

 

CoAnon Family Groups 310-859-2206 Dual

 

Recovery Anonymous (800) 909-9372

 

European Treatment Hotline +31-76-522-7288

 

Families Anonymous (800) 736-9805

 

Gamblers Anonymous (213) 386-8789

 

Marijuana Anonymous (800) 766-6779 Nar-

 

Anon Family Groups 310-547-5800

 

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 818-780-3951

 

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug

 

Dependence Hopeline (800) NCA-CALL (622-2255)

 

National Association for Children of Alcoholics 301-468-0985

 

National Women's Resource Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse and Mental Illness (800) 354-8824

 

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information 800-729-6686

 

National Inhalant Prevention Coalition 800-269-4237 or 512-480-8953 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Getting Help for Prescription Drug Addiction.

 

Call 1-866-643-6144 now to begin the process of change. Our free, 24 hour a day, 7 days per week drug helpline is here to assist you.

 

 

Famous People & Celebrities that Have Faced Prescription Drug Addiction Problems

 

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RELAPSE happens for many reasons. A flare-up of psychiatric symptoms, spending time in old hangouts, financial troubles or depression can make you more prone to relapse. Even positive life events that are emotionally charged can also lead you to relapse, such as getting a promotion, receiving a raise or getting married. If you have gone back out and are using drugs and alcohol again, let Recovery Connection help you get your life back on track. Call us at 800-993-3869  Did You Relapse? • Warning Signs of Relapse • Are There Different Types of Relapses?

 

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If you have suffered from a DRUG or ALCOHOL RELAPSE- Recovery Connection can help.

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Our staff, many of whom are in recovery, understand addiction and relapse. Getting the right treatment for your needs is paramount. Call now and rest assured, all calls are confidential. Did You Relapse? A relapse occurs when you return to using mood- and mind-altering substances after being clean and sober for a period of time. Initially, you may feel like you can manage using different substances because you have been sober. But experience shows that after you are addicted, it is highly unlikely that you can return to being a social user. The faster you seek addiction treatment after a relapse, the more likely that you’ll have fewer consequences from your addiction. Relapse begins with a simple thought: “Hey, this can’t hurt. I have a lot of time sober. I can handle this. I’m cured.” The disease of addiction lies dormant and plants little thoughts that grow if you give them power. Relapse has two stages: Mental, then physical. The idea of being able to control use is how addicts relapse mentally before a physical relapse. Warning Signs of Relapse Generally, there are warning signs that an alcoholic or a person addicted to drugs is in danger of a relapse. The warning signs are sometimes blatant and other times subtle. Some changes you will not notice but others in your life may point them out. It is important to be aware that your mind will relapse before you physically use drugs or alcohol. Some relapse warning signs include: • A negative shift in perspectives • A halt in engagement in healthy activities • Personal interaction with others is progressively more limited • Attendance at support groups stops or decreases • Sharing personal feelings and thoughts with others ceases • Obsessive thinking relating to alcohol or drug use increases • Resisting communication about problems • Discontinuing prescribed medication on one's own • Starting to hang out with old friends • Starting to hang out at old places • Discontinuing the aftercare plan designed for you in treatment • Dishonesty surfaces If you are struggling with relapse and would like to enter treatment today, call us at 800-993-3869. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience. Don’t stay out one day longer, get your sobriety back today! Are There Different Types of Relapses? A drug or alcohol relapse can be a “slip,” where you use a substance for a short period of time and then get right back on track with recovery. Alternatively, a relapse can be a full return to the use of drugs or alcohol with all the associated consequences and mental health issues. The longer a relapse goes unchecked, the more difficult it is and the longer it takes to re-enter full recovery. As you use drugs and alcohol, profound changes occur within the body and brain. The longer you use substances, the more time the brain has to enter an abnormal physiological state and the more time it will take to recover. The brain of drug addicts and alcoholics carries a type of “memory” of substance dependence. Even a short relapse can lead to a rapid and devastating return to abnormal brain receptor function, tolerance for the substance and subsequent withdrawal. This entire process can occur rapidly, over a period of days to weeks rather than years. In addition, stress produces hormonal changes that can lead to emotional and/or behavioral changes. You can combat these changes and maintain sobriety with a strong recovery plan and support group. A relapse is best handled by prevention. However, if a relapse occurs, a full recovery can still be achieved. find help? click here.

 

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