Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Salem, Oregon

Addiction is a quiet disease, exacting its toll for months or even years before the symptoms are obvious to people looking from the outside in. Drug and alcohol addiction destroy families, careers, and lives every year, and taking the first step to seek help can be challenging. Drug and alcohol rehab, though, helps addicts move into happier, healthier lives. Whether it's heroin rehab, prescription drug rehab, meth rehab, cocaine rehab, or marijuana rehab, drug detox programs can save lives.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Treatment in Salem

Small for a capital city, Salem's population hovered just above 154,000 in 2010. Known for its rich history, impressive museums, and highly engaged citizenry, Salem is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live. These appealing features of the city, though, only thinly conceal the drug and alcohol problem that lurks beneath the surface. Fully half of the population has tried an illegal street drug – usually marijuana.

Oregon is currently undergoing a push to legalize marijuana, and that legislation will likely pass. It's not just marijuana that people abuse, though. About 16% of residents have abused an illegal street drug. Alcohol, though, is the leading source of addiction. Fully 15% of the population admits to struggling with an alcohol addiction, and 16% of underage teens admit to regularly drinking alcohol.

The constant presence of drugs and drug users in your home city can make it challenging to avoid peer pressure to abuse drugs in Salem. Drug rehab really does work, though, even  if you're worried about being overwhelmed by temptation. Seeking help now is the best way to achieve the life you deserve, not to mention the most effective way to combat pressure to use drugs and alcohol. The cost of treatment is tiny compared to what you stand to lose.

Why Should I Seek Alcohol Rehab in Salem?

While other drugs are typically used in quiet corners under much secrecy, alcohol is clearly out in the open. Many drinkers mistake alcohol's legal status and its role in cultural events as evidence that it is safe. Alcohol is a mind-altering drug, though, and it poses many of the same dangers as addictive street drugs. Drinking kills 88,000 Americans every year, and contributes to thousands more accidents, lost jobs, broken marriages, and mental health problems, in addition to playing a direct role in the development of chronic illnesses such as hepatitis and diabetes.

When alcohol is everywhere, the temptation to use it can become nearly impossible to resist. Alcohol rehab offers you the skills you need to say no, mean it, and move on with your life. You really can be around drinkers without feeling miserable or caving into pressure. If you're not suer that's possible for you, then it's a sure sign you could benefit from alcohol rehab. Alcohol detox programs bring recovery well within your reach, making recovery from substance abuse an achievable goal.

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Why Should I Seek Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Salem?

Drugs don't just get you high. They change the way your brain works, which means you can't always trust your own thoughts when you're on drugs. You may be convinced that you don't have a problem or even see friends and family members who try to help you as the enemy. If you're feeling overwhelmed or unsure whether you have a problem, know that millions of other drug users have struggled with precisely the same issues. Drug use is a disease, not a choice, and it's not your fault that you abuse drugs. You are, however, responsible for what you do about your problem.

If you have any doubts about the seriousness of drug addiction, know that drug use is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Drugs contribute to 2.5 million emergency room visits every year, and it doesn't matter whether you're using marijuana, prescription drugs, or harder drugs. Prescription drugs, for example, cause more overdose deaths than any other drug, so don't let a drug's legal nature fool you. Salem addicts routinely need help managing addictions to a variety of drugs and medications, including:

  • Natural or synthetic marijuana
  • Prescription medications such as painkillers, anti-anxiety medications, or muscle relaxants.
  • PCP
  • Crack
  • Meth
  • Cocaine

Addiction, then, is not about the drug you use, how long you've used, or whether you're high all the time. Instead, what matters is how your drug use affects your life.  Addiction is the choice  to keep using drugs despite negative life consequences. Some other signs you may have an addiction include:

  • Committing to quitting drugs, but being unable to do so.
  • Relapsing after previously quitting drugs.
  • Experiencing psychological or physical withdrawal symptoms when yo can't use drugs.
  • Using drugs to manage mental health problems, health concerns, or stress.
  • Experiencing legal, financial, or health difficulties due to drug use.
  • Structuring your time around drug use.
  • Feelings of hopelessness, shame, or guilt about your drug use.
  • Needing a steadily larger dose to get the same results.
  • Lying to loved ones about using drugs.

Drug detox in conjunction with the right treatment program can help you permanently recover.

What Happens in Rehab?

Rehab facilities, just like the addicts to whom they cater, are each a little different. Some are active, sports-oriented places where you'll get lots of time in the great outdoors. Others focus on holistic wellness and spiritual healing, while still others focus on the simple basics of sober living. There's no single facility that will work for everyone. Instead, learn as much as you can about your options, then choose a facility where you feel safe and welcomed, and where your values are respected. Most good rehab facilities offer, at minimum, the following services:

  • Support groups, 12-step programs in Salem, group therapy, and the support of addicts who have been there.
  • Help as you go through detox, including medication management and doctor supervision. You'll also get assistance managing any health conditions you have, including mental health conditions.
  • Counseling designed to help you understand your risk factors for relapse, why you abuse drugs or alcohol, and what you can do to combat future temptation.
  • Education, including pamphlets, seminars, and family classes, about addiction's status as a disease. 
  • Advice on achieving long and short-term goals, including assistance designing and following a long-term sobriety plan.
  • Activities, such as sports or art, to keep your mind off of your desire to use drugs or alcohol.

Rehab usually takes a little longer than a month, lasting between 30 and 45 days. Each facility and each addict is different, though, and the length of your stay depends on individual factors such as the drugs you use, your age, and health, as well as the treatment philosophy of the facility you've chosen. Rehab is voluntary, so you can leave at any time. Instead, you'll work with your treatment team to evaluate when you're ready to leave rehab and begin tackling sober life.

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Northpoint Recovery is a state of the art, comfortable and modern inpatient detox and drug rehab facility designed to help our clients get the help they need to overcome addiction.

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Do I Need Rehab?

No one wants to admit that his or her life has become unmanageable or controlled by alcohol or drugs. When you do, though, you free yourself to begin pursuing treatment and working toward a better life. Many addicts don't want to give up control or publicly reveal their addiction. Rehab, though, is confidential, and doesn't require you to give up control. Indeed, it is perhaps the best way to take control of your own life. Some signs that you may need rehab to get clean include:

  • Being addicted to multiple drugs, or mixing drugs and alcohol.
  • Struggling with addiction for longer than 12 months.
  • Losing relationships, your job, or other things that matter to you because of drugs or alcohol.
  • Hurting people you love because of drugs or alcohol.
  • Living with another addict.
  • A home environment that is abusive or dysfunctional.
  • Addiction to a drug prescribed b your doctor.
  • Health problems caused by alcohol or drugs.
  • Being arrested due to your use of drugs or alcohol.

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Why Choose Northpoint?

Northpoint is the first stop on your journey toward a new life, and we want you to know that the cost of rehab is surprisingly affordable. We know the decision to seek help isn't an easy one, and we honor the courage of every recovering addict who walks through our doors. We work with adult men and women, and we've helped thousands of addicts get sober. We know that no one is beyond redemption, and we care about more than just sober living; we want to see you thrive, and we'll do everything we can to help you put your life back together.

Our Edmonds, Washington location is nestled in peaceful and quiet solitude. For Salem residents concerned about the stress and bad influences of home, our location offers an escape. Don't worry, though; you can still invite loved ones to come visit.

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We walk with you along your journey; when you call us, you no longer have to be alone. Don't waste another day fighting addiction on your own. Let us help take the burden off of you. Call us today!