Indiana Sobriety and Treatment Hotlines

  • Bloomington – (812) 558-0063
  • Dyer – (219) 990-9635
  • Fishers – (317) 215-0633
  • Greenwood – (317) 215-0822
  • Hammond – (219) 228-7817
  • Highland – (219) 961-5085
  • Indianapolis – (317) 288-3747
  • Indianapolis – (317) 429-0449
  • Kokomo – (765) 252-0297
  • Merrillville – (219) 359-3151
  • Montpelier – (765) 303-9011
  • Muncie – (765) 212-3927
  • Nashville – (812) 720-9868
  • Noblesville – (317) 215-5587
  • Russiaville – (765) 356-9729
  • Terre Haute – (812) 720-9875
  • Valparaiso – (219) 359-3270
  • West Harrison – (812) 720-9881
  • Winamac – (574) 231-7020

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Seeking Addiction Treatment

The first step is the hardest rings especially true in finding help for yourself or a loved one with an alcohol abuse or drug related problem. Indiana provides professional help in the form of drug and alcohol intervention, addiction recovery, rehabilitation programs and treatment facilities. Well trained and caring staff, are in place to provide the necessary treatment to return you or your loved one to their place in society.

Relationships destroyed, jobs lost, careers ruined, financial distress and poor health. These are what the alcoholic or drug addict bring into their lives and the lives of those that care for them. The common finish to a life of alcoholism or addiction to drugs is imprisonment and/or an early grave. This can be avoided by taking that first step, through drug or alcohol intervention or rehab programs. It’s never too late to intervene on behalf of a family member or friend. In the later stages of alcoholism or drug addiction, the individual is unable or unwilling to find the help they need. Because the comfort of their familiar and numbing addiction is an easy out for them, it is often through family or friends that they receive the required treatment.

Rising numbers of cases of alcoholism and drug addiction means equally rising numbers of acts of violence and crime rates. When the need for drugs or alcohol is overpowering, there is little an addict won’t do to obtain what they need. Therefore the importance of sufficient treatment facilities and programs is vital to all communities. Indiana statistics for 2005 show that an estimated 403,000 citizens had an alcohol abuse or dependency condition, and an estimated 148,000 residents were addicted to drugs. Although these numbers seem alarmingly high, what is of more concern is that an estimated 385,000 did not receive alcohol rehabilitation and that 133,000 did not receive needed drug rehabilitation.

The success rate of the rehab programs is dismal in spite of the efforts of hard working, dedicated and caring professionals. As more people become aware and get involved, the success rate can only rise. Those with family members or friends with a drug or alcohol abuse condition are often shocked by how many others are affected, and that their situation is not unique. This information often helps those directly affected by an alcoholic or drug addict, by letting them know that they are not alone. There are also programs in place providing support for the families involved with drug or alcohol abuse.

There is a common goal of all the available programs, rehab facilities and alcohol and drug treatment centers. This goal is to achieve complete recovery of the individual from their drug addiction or alcoholism and return them to their families and communities as a contributing citizen. Through detoxification, 30 day in patient programs, long term treatment consisting of 60 days or longer, outpatient counseling, aftercare and follow-up, Indiana offers necessary treatment, hope and support to its residents. The continuing support of family and friends, after treatment in one of Indiana’s programs or facilities, can be as important as the treatment itself.