Whether you're a family member or the person suffering from addiction, we understand that picking up the phone to seek help, find comfort and just ask a few questions is difficult. While we encourage you to make that confidential call, we understand that you may first want to get a little more information on your own.
If you're not ready to talk to someone by phone, you or your loved one may want to first take this brief self-assessment questionnaire. It is a universally accepted tool by the American Society of Addiction Medicine as an indicator of alcohol and drug abuse.
There are a number of questions answered on our FAQ page too, questions that deal with addiction, treatment and recovery.
Whether you call one of our Admissions staff today or end up seeking help elsewhere, please don't put off getting help for yourself or the person you care about. Every moment is critical in the dangerous cycle of addiction and tomorrow may be too late.
If you need to find an AA or NA meeting in your community, here's how.
Fill out this short form to communicate by email. Either way, you can be assured of complete confidentiality and reliable, truly helpful information . There is no obligation or expectation. We just want to help. Day or night, please make contact.