Start Fighting from Brooklyn Center, MN
Located about 15 miles southwest of downtown Minneapolis is Savage, Minnesota. A proud hockey city, Savage, MN is home to about 27,000 people. With its growing population, Savage is starting to feel the effects of growing substance abuse problems. Alcoholism and drug addiction run rapid in our country. Too many people fall ill to these awful diseases, which will result in death if you do not act.
There are only three ways to end an addiction: clean up, lock up or death. You can go to rehab to get clean the safe and efficient way. Or you can get placed in prison where you will have to go sober via cold turkey, which is extremely unsafe for your health. The only other outcome is overdosing to your death.
Rehab is the only logical and realistic way you can learn how to overcome your addiction. Rehab is not a “cure” for your substance abuse problem. Your addiction will always try to make itself present in your life. Rehab will teach you how to deny temptations to use drugs and alcohol moving forward in life.
Working through and completing a rehab program is the only way you can start to rebuild your life. The toughest step of the entire recovery process is to ask for help. You can get that out of the way in just 10 minutes if you call (866) 578-7471 . We will have someone who will be in contact with you for the entirety of your rehab stint.
What Is an Intervention?
An intervention is a great way to get a loved one to agree on rehab. Gathering people who the addict loves and respects, to express concern over the addict’s drug or alcohol use can be the wakeup call that your loved one needs.
Many people who have a substance abuse problem want help they just do not know how to ask for it. If an addict sees all of their friends and family together for them, then they might be more open to asking for help.
In other situations, addicts and alcoholics are often times in denial about their problems. And if they do admit they have an issue, they might not realize how bad their problem is hurting everyone around them.
Let your loved one know that they have support to go to rehab. Your loved one just might be waiting to see that people still care about them.