Compare Ceres Drug Addiction Treatment Services
Stanislaus County files from 2010 show an increase in drug-related deaths. In seven years, the rate jumped from 11.3 deaths per 100,000 people to 16.24 deaths per 100,000, exceeding the statewide average. In 2000, the total number of deaths in the county from drug and alcohol use was 114. That number increased to 133 in 2007.
There is still a lot to be done in Ceres and the other cities in Stanislaus to keep deaths from drugs and alcohol at a minimum.
What to Bring to a Ceres Drug Detox Clinic
Bringing a source of inspiration with you, such as a photo of your spouse and children or a memento from home, can give you motivation to stay focused on your recovery. A photo or memento can serve as a constant reminder that you have people who love you and want you to be healthy. It can also serve to remind you that beating your addiction will make you a better spouse, parent and sibling.
Depression and Drug Use
Drug use can cause a loss of energy that can turn into depression. Conversely, depression can cause someone to turn to drugs to feel better and alleviate the pain. However depression happens, it is a serious illness that needs to be treated promptly. Here are some common signs.
- Loss of enjoyment in favorite activities
- Anger or irritability
- Sudden weight changes
- Extreme sadness/emptiness
- Change in sleeping habits
Exploring Treatment Options in Ceres
Ceres has a recovery center in town, with at least a half-dozen more treatment options in the nearby areas, such as Stockton and Modesto. The help you need to overcome your addiction is within reach in the Ceres area.
Don’t live with addiction for another day. Make the call to us today. We can get you started on the path to recovery. What have you got to lose, except for your addiction?