Drug and alcohol addiction in Corvallis can leave addicts feeling hopeless, worthless, and deeply ashamed, but these diseases thrive in secrecy. By ignoring or covering up your addiction, you prolong the process of getting better and deprive yourself of the support that can help you kick the habit for good. Rehab brings recovery within your reach.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Treatment in Corvallis, Oregon

Home to Oregon State University, Corvallis is a relatively quiet college town with a population approaching 55,000. Like many places across the country, though, Corvallis's picturesque outer appearance conceals the raging drug and alcohol problems that lurk just beneath the surface. Corvallis-area addicts need help to recover from a wide variety of addictions.

Marijuana will soon be legal in Corvallis, substantially reducing the stigma and legal risks associated with the drug. But though marijuana is increasingly accepted, and 50% of the Corvallis population has used the drug at least once, it can still be addictive for some people. Indeed, about 5% of marijuana users eventually become addicted to the drug, and a larger portion are at risk of eventually developing an addiction in Corvallis. Marijuana rehab in Corvallis can help you kick this habit to the curb.

Even more pervasive than marijuana use, though, is alcohol abuse. Ninety percent of Corvallis adults drink at least once per year, and alcohol forms a focal point for everything from social to religious events. Consequently, many drinkers dismiss alcohol as just another beverage choice. But a shocking 15% of adults are alcoholics, and 10% of underage teens admit to binge drinking, suggesting that the pull of alcohol as an addictive substance is powerful.

As with many cities across the nation, Corvallis has fallen prey to a massive prescription drug addiction epidemic. These medications can be even more addictive than street drugs, and many users need prescription drug rehab in Corvallis to achieve sobriety. Prescription drug addiction is made even more problematic by the fact that, if you were initially prescribed the drug by a doctor, you may need assistance exploring alternative options for treating your medical condition.

Of course, street drug addiction remains a problem in Corvallis, too. Drugs such as angel dust, crack-cocaine, powder cocaine, and meth remain popular, with between 15% and 25% of the Corvallis population trying these drugs at least once. Heroin abuse in particular is surging, with Corvallis heroin rehab admissions increasing 25% over the past five years.

No matter what addiction you struggle with, and even if you face multiple addictions to several substances, rehab can help you achieve sobriety in a safe and supportive environment. Alcohol and drug treatment programs turn lives around each and every day.

Why Should I Seek Alcohol Rehab in Corvallis?

Alcohol treatment programs save lives. Alcoholics frequently spend years of even decades ind denial, since alcohol is such a normalized part of social life. The fact that alcohol is legal, though, doesn't make it any safer than illegal drugs. Instead, this dangerous substance kills 88,000 people each year, and indirectly contributes to countless more deaths, injuries, and shattered lives. Denial won't save you from the scourge of addiction, but it will increase your likelihood of suffering as a result of your alcoholism.

Most adults in Corvallis periodically drink, making it extraordinarily difficult to completely avoid triggers for alcohol use. Alcohol detox and rehab, though, help you master the skills you need to identify your triggers, fight against them, and resist the temptation to continue abusing alcohol.

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Why Should I Seek Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Corvallis?

Drug abuse harms loved ones, friends, and even co-workers, but the addict is the primary victim. Drug use fundamentally alters the way addicts think and feel, making it nearly impossible for them to behave like the people they once were. Instead, addicts can become aggressive, cruel, and neglectful, and friends and family may struggle to continue their relationships with the addict. Most addicts, for at least some period of time, refuse to seek help – even if doing so causes them to lose important relationships.

Prescription drug users are especially likely to deny their drug addiction. Many struggle to accept that a legal, physician-prescribed drugs such as Xanax or Valium can be as addictive as a street drugs. The hard truth, though, is that prescription drugs kill more people every year than any other drug class.

Marijuana users too sometimes cannot accept their addiction, insisting that marijuana isn't really additive. Any drug that changes your brain, though, can be addictive. Marijuana is a common tool for coping with medical and psychological challenges, and this can compound its addictive nature for people already vulnerable to the disease of addiction.

People who use street drugs face the greatest risks of all. Half of all street drug users eventually face legal consequences. Even if you're never arrested, though, the whims of a potentially unstable drug dealer can change the course of your life.

No matter what your addiction of choice is, rehab can help you achieve lasting success. Drug addiction gives rise to 2.5 million ER visits each year, and remains the leading cause of accidental death. The cost of treatment is nothing compared to what drugs costs you in terms of relationships, career, and even your life. If you're still in doubt as to whether you need treatment, consider these signs that you may be an addict:

  • You've tried to get sober on your own, but have failed
  • You rely on drugs or alcohol to feel “normal.”
  • You have a history of relapsing or drug and alcohol abuse runs in your family.
  • You've experienced symptoms of withdrawal.
  • You have to constantly increase your drug or alcohol dose to get the same effects you used to get with a lower dose.
  • You organize your day according to when you'll get your next drug or alcohol fix, or you cancel meetings or appointments if they interfere with your ability to use.
  • You lie to people you love about your drug or alcohol use.

The best time to seek cocaine rehab, meth rehab, or drug treatment for any other drug is always now. Addiction is a life-threatening illness that gets worth with each passing day. Don't gamble with your life.

Rehab: A Quick Look

Each alcohol and drug treatment program in Corvallis offers something a bit different, so your goal should be to choose a place where you feel comfortable, welcome, and respected. The cost of rehab is partially affected by the services the facility you choose offers. For example, some facilities are pricey luxury resorts, while others offer discount rates and a focus on the bare basics. No matter where you go, though, you'll likely encounter some combination of the following services:

  • Individual therapy to help you understand your addiction, set goals, and develop strong coping skills.
  • Medical assistance as you navigate the detox and withdrawal process, in addition to medical supervision for any physical or mental health difficulties you have.
  • Group support, including 12-step programs, group therapy, group education sessions, and informal support among friends.
  • Activities to help you learn new skills and distract you from the temptation to use.
  • Education about the disease of addiction, as well as what you and loved ones can do to increase your chances of recovery.
  • An environment free of alcohol and drugs.
  • Help designing and sticking to plans for your short and long-term sobriety.

For most recovering addicts in Corvallis, rehab takes about 45 days, but average stay lengths can range from one to two months, or longer. A variety of factors, including your health, history of relapse, which drugs you use, and how long you have used them can affect the length of your stay. You have final say over how long you're in rehab, but for advice on when you're ready to check out, be sure to consult with your treatment team.

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Do I Need Rehab?

It can be painful to admit that alcohol or drugs have begun controlling your life. But this pain pales in comparison to the misery of lost relationships, poor health, and chronic legal and financial problems. Seeking rehab is a courageous decision, one that opens the door to a newer, happier, healthier life. If you're still unsure whether you need rehab, consider the following signs that you may need professional help to get clean and sober:

  • You've struggled with addiction before, or you're addicted to multiple drugs.
  • You have serious health problems, whether physical or psychological.
  • You've struggled with addiction for a year or more.
  • You've lost important relationships or your job due to addiction.
  • You spend much of your time around addicts, or the people you live with are dependent on alcohol or drugs.
  • Your home environment is abusive or dysfunctional, or you are homeless or housing-insecure.
  • Your loved ones don't support your sobriety goals.
  • You've been arrested, sued, or incarcerated due to drugs or alcohol.

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Why Choose Northpoint?

If you're reading this page, you've already taken an important step toward your long-term well-being. At Northpoint, we know that rehab isn't always easy, but it is wroth it. We'll help you navigate the challenges of sober living, walking alongside you as you embark upon this most important of journeys. Our skilled, experienced, and highly compassionate staff uses evidence-based practices. Our experience with addicts jut like you means we can help you maintain hope. We'll never give up on you – even when you're ready to give up on yourself.

If you need a break from the peer pressure and dysfunction of home, our Boise, Idaho location is an ideal place to focus on getting clean and sober. We'll help you develop the skills you need to return home and resist temptation, and we do so in a safe and supportive environment.

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