In fact, substance use disorders are often co-occurring with other mental health disorders such as depressionanxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder. Seeking out drug abuse counseling services and the expertise of a mental health professional can not only help you to recover from your addiction, but can help you immensely with the many emotional side effects and co-occurring diagnoses that often come along with substance abuse.

Drug addiction disorders are more common than one might think. According to the National Institutes of Health, 10% of adults in the United States will struggle with a drug use disorder during their lifetime, and the majority of them will not seek help or treatment. Don’t let the fear of seeking help keep you from getting the drug counseling treatment you need.

If you or a loved one is in need of drug counseling to help work through an addiction, REACH Behavioral Health can help you to take the next step to get started on your journey toward healing. Remember that you are not alone, and there are effective resources and treatment methods available to help you return to a life without drug addiction.

What Are the Signs of Drug Addiction?

Drug addiction can affect everyone in different ways. But when the effects of substance abuse begin to impact your day-to-day life, it may be time to seek the help of a professional to begin treatment.

Although everyone is affected differently, common signs of a drug addiction to look out for include:

  • Changes in personality, such as irritability, agitation, or a lack of motivation
  • An increase in risk-taking behavior
  • Changes in activities, hobbies, and friend groups
  • Physical changes, including bloodshot eyes, tremors, slurred speech, or frequent bloody noses
  • A presence of withdrawal symptoms, including shakiness, sweating, dizziness, nausea, or feelings of depression
  • A noticeable change in sleep patterns and/or appetite
  • A sudden change in finances or a sudden need for additional funds
  • Changes in or a disregard for relationships with friends, family, and colleagues

Drug Abuse Counseling Can Help

While recovery from a drug addiction can feel like an uphill climb, recovery is possible. There are incredibly effective treatment modalities available to help overcome the physical and emotional effects of substance use disorders.

Through one-on-one individualized treatment sessions, our team of licensed professionals at REACH are trained to help you assess the causes behind your substance use and addiction, and give you the tools to move forward and reach a healthy place of emotional recovery. You and your REACH therapist will work on your specific therapeutic goals, and base your treatment on your individual strengths and needs.

Explore the Benefits of Online Drug Abuse Counseling and Teletherapy

At REACH Behavioral Health, we understand how hard taking the first step toward seeking treatment and recovery can be. That’s why we offer comprehensive in-person and online drug counseling services, with the latter via our teletherapy platform.

With our online drug abuse counseling, you or your loved one can receive the same personalized, high-quality level of support from our licensed therapists that you would receive during in-person sessions, but you also get the flexibility and convenience of working with your schedule, on a virtual platform that’s easy to access, wherever you are.

Recovery Starts Here with Compassionate Drug Counseling

Don’t let your drug addiction continue to overtake your life. Contact our team today to learn more about our drug counseling services and begin your journey toward healing.

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Reach You?

If you are interested in beginning this journey of healing, we encourage you to contact us. You will be connected with our intake specialist, who will listen to your needs and pair you with one of our counselors. Taking that first step is always the hardest, but every journey of 1000 miles always begins with one first step.

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