Receiving Help with Addiction

Addiction doesn’t discriminate. This disease can affect anyone, from any walk of life. It could impact someone who is currently homeless, or a seemingly successful corporate executive. No matter your background, OneEighty is here to help. Like any disease, addiction can be treated and overcome.

First Step: Ask For Help

For many, the first step in the recovery process can also be the most difficult. Many people don’t like to ask for help. They want to face their challenges on their own. But when confronting addiction, the help of others is necessary to overcome this disease. Seeking help isn’t weakness — it can give you the strength you need to beat your addiction.

If you are hurting, reach out to OneEighty. Resources are available to help you change the direction of your life, but it has to be your choice. Taking this first step is crucial for getting on the road to recovery. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact OneEighty at 330.264.8498.

Questions About the Recovery Process

Before entering a recovery and treatment program, it is only natural that you would have a lot of questions. Program costs, needing to take time away from work to participate, or needing money for childcare and food are just some of the issues that can be a source of worry. You don’t need to stress when working with OneEighty. We will work with you to come up with a custom plan based on your unique needs.

One thing to keep in mind is that the recovery process is different for everyone. Some people recover much quicker than others. Some need more resources and support to change their lives. Don’t worry if your journey doesn’t look the same as someone else’s. Focusing on your own path and following your personalized program will lead to a successful outcome.

If you are ready to take action in overcoming your addiction, contact OneEighty today. With customized counseling and treatment programs, our team will provide the resources and support you need to make lasting positive changes to your life.