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In 2006, most treatment admissions in the state of Texas were for alcohol and crack use. More than 14,000 people were admitted for alcohol use and nearly 10,000 were admitted for crack use. Because Texas shares a border with Mexico, it is a common route for drug trafficking, with drugs affecting many towns, including Grapevine. Drugs have many negative effects on users, their families and their communities.
Kinds of Rehab Methods
There are many types of rehab methods available. The best one for you will depend on the type of drug you are using. In addition, if you have existing mental or physical disorders, you will want to choose a facility that can help you handle not only your drug addiction, but your other medical problems as well. This is because people generally turn to drugs to self-medicate themselves and free themselves of pain. Cost is also an issue. Inpatient treatment is more expensive that other methods. Your choice of rehab may be based on how much you can afford.Determining if You Need Drug Rehabilitation
What is the difference between a drug abuser and someone who is not addicted? Here are some ways to find out if your drug use has become an addiction and if you should seek help.
- Is the drug a necessity to get through everyday life?
- Do you continually need to increase your drug dosage to get high?
- Has your drug use caused problems with work, relationships or the law?
- Have you tried stopping but couldn’t?
- Have you ever driven while under the influence of drugs?
Finding Treatment Facilities in Grapevine
Grapevine has one main treatment facility in the area, along with several licensed psychologists and addiction counselors. If you are ready to make the next step toward recovery, give us a call today.
We can help you find a facility in or near Grapevine. Don’t live with your addiction for another day.