My Loved One Needs Help With Addiction

Does Someone You Love Need Help?

If you think your family member is struggling with an alcohol or drug problem, then ask yourself if he or she:

  • Sees friends less often or attends fewer social events
  • Is exhibiting extreme changes in mood
  • Hangs out with a different group of people
  • Is no longer interested in many activities or hobbies
  • Is exhibiting problems at school or work
  • Seems drunk or “out of it” at various times
  • Has stopped going to school or work or is going sporadically
  • Has lost a lot of weight in a short amount of time
  • Has been borrowing or stealing money
  • Has glazed or red eyes, a runny nose or a constant cough
  • Is in financial or legal trouble
  • Has unexplained bruises or marks
  • Finds concentrating difficult or appears confused
  • Is depressed and has very little energy

Is It Time to Contact a Professional?

If you answered “yes” to two or more of the above questions, then it may be time to consult the knowledgeable admissions professionals at Embark Recovery. We can help you determine if your loved one has a substance abuse problem. If your loved one does indeed have an addiction problem, then let our well-respected campus help you help your loved one.

How Embark Recovery Helps Your Loved One

Addiction is a difficult disease to beat, but it can be treated successfully. When your loved one begins treatment, rest assured that we offer effective, proven detox, inpatient and therapy programs. Don’t let another day go by — help your loved one take the first step on the road to recovery. You’ll be glad you did!

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