Finding Help from St. George, UT
Deep in the Mojave Desert is the city of St. George, Utah. About 80,000 people inhabit St. George, a majority of those people are parts of new or growing families. But no matter how well each of these families thinks they are educated on drug addiction and alcoholism, these diseases still claim lives daily.
Substance abuse problems occur in our country every day. A lot of people think they know all there is to know about addiction, thinking it can never happen to them. But some people are confused about what addiction really is. Addiction is a medical disease that you can’t outgrow or get over on your own. It requires professional help from a rehab center to learn how to cope with your addiction.
It takes a lot of courage to admit that you are ready for help with a substance abuse problem. There is no reason to feel weak or upset about anything. You are suffering from a disease and need medical help. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, then now is the time to fight back against your addiction. Call (866) 578-7471 , we will have someone help you get into a rehab facility that can meet all of your personal needs.
Most major insurance companies have health plans that help with coverage for drug and alcohol treatment. When you call, we will take down your insurance information to see if you qualify for finical aid. If you do not have insurance, we still want to help you get into a rehab facility that will fit all of your needs.
How Bad Is Detoxing?
The detoxification cycle of the recovery process has a bad reputation. Many people turn away from getting the help they need because they know they will experience withdrawal symptoms when they detox. In detox, your body will clean itself out while breaking the physical dependency it developed to the substances that you abused during your addiction.
The most common withdrawal symptoms are puking, sweating and shaking. These occur because your body is not used to going more than a few hours without consuming drugs or alcohol. While withdrawal symptoms may cause some discomfort, they should not be the reason why you are refusing to go to rehab.
Most inpatient detox centers have a medical staff who can help get you through the symptoms with as little pain and discomfort as possible. When you call us, we can give you a list of grade-A detox facilities that can help you through this process.