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Help For Yourself

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If you are like most of the people who call us, you are facing a breaking point.
The help you need to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction is available right now!
We will work hard to find you a treatment program that best fits your needs.

The first step to addiction recovery is deciding that you need to make a change. Maybe you can see how your addiction is creating an immense amount of pain and problems in your life. Or maybe your friends or family members have told you that they are very worried about you.

Regardless of why you have decided to make a change, the important thing is you are making it. You want improve your life and your health by putting an end the harmful addiction that has taken over.

Call us anytime and we will do our best to help.
It is never too late to start living the life you deserve.

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Help For A Loved One

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We know how difficult it can be to find suitable addiction treatment for a loved one. Michael DeLeon Recovery can help, it is our mission to save as many lives from this horrible disease as possible.

When a loved one struggles with addiction, family and friends often feel helpless, hurt, angry, fearful, and frustrated. Often they do not know where to turn to get help for the addict due to health insurance issues, location or the multiple choices one sees on the internet.

It is not true that a person must willingly enter treatment for it to be effective. Many addicts choose the path to recovery because family and friends took the necessary steps to get them into rehab.

That doesn’t mean it will be easy. Often convincing someone you love that they need treatment can be challenging but helping them to get treatment may be the only chance they have to overcome their addiction.

What to do to get your loved one into treatment:

  • Educate yourself and learn about addiction.
  • Do an intervention. To help call Michael DeLeon, a Certified Interventionist who can work with you.
  • Tell the addict how the addiction affects everyone.
  • Get them treatment immediately.
  • Support your loved one’s treatment.

Getting your loved one into treatment may not be easy but their life is worth the effort.
Start today to help guide your family member or friend onto the road to recovery by calling Michael DeLeon Recovery.

Intervention

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Many people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs do not think they have a problem or know that they do and but do not know how to get help.

If this is the case with your loved one, you may want to consider holding an intervention which is an attempt to get someone to seek help.

People struggling with addictions are often unable to understand how their behaviors affect themselves or the people around them. They may deny that they have problems or be unwilling to seek treatment. It is critical not to wait for addicts to seek help on their own, those struggling with addiction often cannot see the extent of their serious and life-threatening problems.

Drug intervention programs can help and work to get him or her into a treatment program before things get really bad. Michael DeLeon is a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) who has worked with addicts from all over the country and of all ages.

Please give us a call to schedule an intervention for a loved one who is experiencing addiction, it could literally save their life!

Michael DeLeon is the National Outreach Liaison for Transformations Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center; helping to build awareness of the epidemic of drug addiction and overdose death across the country and spread the message of hope through recovery and treatment.

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About Michael DeLeon

 

Founder of Steered Straight, Inc., a non-profit organization formed in 2000, has presented to over 5 million youth and young adults throughout the nation on the extreme dangers of drugs, gang-involvement, bullying and criminal activity while stressing the importance of making sound, rational decisions to avoid severe and life-lasting consequences.

Michael also conducts Professional Development Workshops to educate teachers, administrators and professional staff on the behaviors, identification, laws, and consequences surrounding the issues at hand.

To reach parents, Community Education sessions are presented to address particular issues embedded in the social conditions of today’s youth. All sessions explain the etiology, prevalence and potential consequences, as well as prevention and intervention methods.

Stay In Your Lane Media, founded by Michael in 2012, and has produced three award-winning documentaries, click on image to see trailers.

 

 

A strong and important advocate to ending the opioid and heroin epidemic affecting so many of our youth, Michael is dedicated to bringing treatment to those in need.

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About Addiction

Addiction and Recovery

Many people do not understand why or how other people develop addictions. It is often mistakenly assumed that they lack moral principles or willpower and could stop the addiction simply by choosing to change their behavior.

In reality, addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences to the addicted individual and to those around him or her. Quitting takes more than good intentions or a strong will.

Similar to other chronic, relapsing diseases, drug and alcohol addiction can be managed successfully although it is not uncommon for a person to relapse and begin abusing again. Relapse, however, does not signal treatment failure—rather, it indicates that treatment should be reinstated or adjusted or that an alternative treatment is needed to help the individual regain control and recover.

Signs of Addiction

While symptoms and treatment vary from each person, what’s similar are the signs that someone may be struggling with addiction. Not every individual will show all of the signs below, but be aware if your loved one is showing one or a combination of the following:

  1. Being secretive or evasive.
  2. Lying frequently.
  3. Mood swings.
  4. Major changes in sleep of energy levels.
  5. Fluctuations in weight.
  6. Attitude and appearance changes.
  7. Loss of interest in things they used to enjoy.
  8. Failing to meet obligations.
  9. Loss of memory.
  10. Stealing.