If You Need to Help Someone With Addiction, Start Here.
When calling the Heroin Addicts Hotline, you can rest easy knowing your call is being answered by an understanding, supportive and friendly counselor who is there to listen to your questions and concerns, and who will explain the types of treatments offered to put the addict on the path to sober living.
Whether you are calling for yourself, or you have a loved one who is addicted, the Heroin Addicts Hotline can assist you. If you are looking for information on how to handle the behavior of an addict, intervention support, or ways to talk to the addict so as not to cause further anxiety, the hotline will be able to help. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, someone will be there to answer your call.
What Do I Need When I Call?
First and foremost, just picking up the phone to call the Heroin Addicts Hotline shows you have the courage and strength to admit there is a problem. When you are talking with the counselor however, it is helpful to have some information about the addict’s mental state and if they may be suffering from any behavioral disorders or other co-occurring disorders, the amount they are using (dosages/amounts) and the frequency in which they are using. That information is just one more factor they will use to determine the right course of treatment.
When discussing your, or your loved one’s situation, be open and honest with the counselors at the Heroin Addicts Hotline. Be upfront about extent of use, the problems it is causing to the addict and their family, and how serious you or the addict is about getting help. Remember, they understand and are only here to help.
The Heroin Addicts Hotline is now offering a 30 day inpatient rehabilitation for Heroin, so there is no excuse not to at least call. Whether you have insurance or not, you can work with them to afford the treatment, because they want you or your loved one to get the help they need.
Don’t wait any longer, call the Heroin Addicts Hotline at (888) 628-5602 now and start taking the steps towards the path of sober, healthy living.