Entering treatment for your substance use disorder can seem daunting, but it is an important the first step towards a life free from the bonds of addiction and the disruptive life you are experiencing. You may have hit your rock bottom, or you may still be in denial and have been approached multiple times by your family and friends about your substance use.
Entering treatment should never be seen as a failure, but instead, as a successful step to receive the professional help you need to live a healthy and happy life. Entering treatment
is a sign of both strength and commitment to your future. If you choose to ignore the warning signs, your disorder can become worse and even life-threatening.
Do I Really Need Rehab?
The following are warning signs that you should enter professional treatment:
- Your family or friends have confronted you about your substance use disorder.
- You have no control over your substance use disorder.
- You are experiencing cravings or withdrawals.
- You have a desire to quit but are unable to.
- You hide your substance use disorder from others.
- Your substance use disorder has affected multiple aspects of your life including your personal life and professional life.
- Your substance use disorder has resulted in financial strain or trouble with the law.
What You Can Expect at Pinelands
As a patient at Pinelands, you can expect to be treated with respect and understanding. We understand your struggle. We have a small patient-to-provider ratio that ensures you will have plenty of personal attention as you do the hard work to overcome your substance use disorder and understand the underlying issues. You will have full days consisting of one-on-one time with your treatment team and group sessions with peers who are on similar journeys, as well as downtime for reflection and self-care. Our goal is for you to develop a fresh perspective on how you want to live your life and then work with you to create a road map to get there, including equipping you with new ways of coping.
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If You’re Unsure, Start with a Call
Having a conversation with us doesn’t obligate you to anything. It’s simply a step towards exploring other options—other ways to live your life. And when you’re ready to enter treatment, we’re here for you. Call us at (609) 308-3114 any time.