It’s unfortunate that some addicts refuse help or think that they don’t need help even when their whole life is falling apart from their drug addiction. Some families almost give up because their loved one refuses help even after begging and pleading for them to stop. And the addict still doesn’t stop even when they see how their whole life is in complete shambles from their addiction. It seems like they will just never change and so families accept that their loved one will probably die or end up in jail or in the streets from their addiction.
How a Narconon Fresh Start Drug Intervention Can Save Your Loved One’s Life
Though it really does seem hopeless and like you have tried everything, THERE IS HOPE.
Many families that we have saved here at Narconon Fresh Start has had the same overwhelming feelings that nothing could be done, but yet they still turned to us for help as their last resort and finally had success in getting their loved one back.
Some families call it a miracle to get their loved one back, but the truth is that we have many years of experience in helping addicts with drug addiction. We understand what the addict is experiencing and what it takes to get them to realize that they need help so that they will accept treatment.
At Narconon Fresh Start, we also understand what you and the rest of your family are going through which is why we urge you to get help today. You don’t have to live with the burden of drug addiction. If you have been fighting this battle of drug addiction and don’t know what else to do, please call today and let us help you take the next step towards recovery.
Here are Some Common Reasons Your Loved One May Need a Drug Intervention
- Continuously refuses help.
- Say’s their not ready to quit using.
- Keeps saying they will quit or that this will be the last time.
- Denies a problem with drug abuse even when the family is suffering from a direct result of his or her drug use.
- Says they can’t handle the sickness and pain from the withdrawal symptoms.
- Doesn’t think they are worth getting help and that they will never be able to recover.
- Thinks their drug use is not a big deal.
Don’t wait to get help. Drug addiction only gets worse and creates bigger problems for the family and for your loved one’s life and everyone else around them.