Seattle, Washington is home to more than 680,000 people, according to the latest 2015 population estimates. It is a seaport city that is located in King County. Over the last several years, Seattle has remained among the top cities in the United States for population growth. Whereas Seattle was once known for its logging industry, it is now a bustling and growing technological city with many major corporations.
There's no denying that Seattle, Washington is a wonderful place to live, whether you are a busy professional, or you're raising a growing family. However, when you're a member of Seattle's LGBTQ community, life is often full of struggles. Many who are a part of this community battle drug or alcohol addictions every single day of their lives, and they're desperate for a way out.
Perhaps you can identify with that because you identify as gay, lesbian, queer, questioning or transgender and you've turned to self-medicating with drugs or alcohol. What you're experiencing is very typical of this population of people, and you are certainly not alone. Maybe you've even tried to get professional help before, but you found that the lack of adequate treatment facilities only caused you to relapse.
Here at Northpoint Recovery, we understand where you're coming from as a member of the LGBTQ community. We know the challenges you face, and we want you to know that we're here to help you.
Statistics tell us that close to 13% of the people in Seattle, Washington identify as members of the LGBTQ community. That might surprise you, but it places Seattle almost in the lead for the number of LGBTQ individuals who live there.
For you, it's possible that facing each day is a struggle. Coming out to your family was difficult enough, and it wasn't something you thought you would have to do more than one time. Little did you know that you would be coming out over and over again. Each time carried its own stress, and you might not have been prepared for many of the reactions you encountered.
The number of people who identify as LGBTQ and who also have addictions is staggering. Consider that:
It's clear that addiction is a serious problem for this particular community of people. It's possible that many of them have tried to get help for their addictions but either weren't able to, thought that there were barriers in place for treatment, or ended up relapsing because of inadequate treatment options.
Perhaps you're not completely sure that you need to go to drug or alcohol rehab. You may know that you have a problem with substances, but you might not believe that you have an actual addiction. It can help you to take a quiz, or look at some of the signs that indicate you do have an addiction.
Some signs of addiction include:
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It's possible that you're feeling a bit nervous about how you're going to afford going to addiction treatment. This is normal, but there really is no need for you to be concerned. You are protected by the Affordable Care Act, which requires all health insurance companies to provide benefits to help people pay for drug treatment. That includes drug rehab at facilities that offer LGBTQ rehab. You may need to pay a small copayment amount toward the final total for your treatment, but many people actually find that it is covered in full.
There is no need for you to be worried about how you will cover the costs of your addiction treatment. That should no longer be a barrier for you to get the help you need for your addiction.
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Whether you identify as gay, lesbian, questioning, queer or transgender, the fact is that you have not been able to find help for your addiction. That's because there are so many different treatment facilities that are not equipped to help you. Many of them don't provide adequate training to their staff members, and so they don't understand the unique circumstances you're facing in your life.
Fortunately, there are drug rehab centers with staff members who do understand. Here at Northpoint Recovery, we carefully train our staff members so that they are prepared to help everyone who walks through our doors. We understand that your challenges are unique, and the issues that led to your addiction are likely to be very different from those that other face. We've had great success in helping others with Seattle's LGBTQ community to overcome their addictions, and we'd love the opportunity assist you as well.
Are you ready to take a step that could change your life for the better? If you are, please contact us today.