Asking for help with an addiction(s) can be incredibly difficult.
Sometimes people feel too ashamed to admit they or a loved one has an addiction and needs help. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc., shame develops with brain development over time, "Sadly, some people with addiction do die because they don’t ask for help. They never learned that the way out of shame is through it; that honesty is more important than image; that it is more important to be practical than it is to be proud." Thank you for visiting our site. We hope you decide to contact us for more information about treatment. Your confidential inquiry will be received by our Director. They will make every effort to reply to you within 24 hours, in the manner indicated on the form (by email or telephone).