Finding treatment for someone you love, may be the most difficult thing any of us ever does. The life and death nature of addiction and the monumental task of sorting through a myriad of options often come together at a time of crisis and concern. The way is often unclear, as are the needs of our loved one.
I spent 8 years and hundreds of thousands of dollars to try to save the life of my son. I didn’t have time to understand the science of addiction, the verbage of co-occurring disorders or the comparison of costs and benefits for in-patient out-patient etc. I needed a lifeline, a guide, a person who had been there, who knew the ropes and could help decipher the best path to take and to do it quickly before I lost my child. How I wish I had found Kick Addiction to help my son and me….
Many psychologists, doctors, counselors, and therapists describe the disease of addiction. However, no one in the world could ever describe what being an addict is like, how it feels, what to expect, how it happens, and where it comes from, except an actual addict.