Help For A Loved One

Is Your Loved One Showing Signs Of Addiction?

Breathe.  You’re in the right place.  We can help – and we will.

If you’re here that means you’ve noticed some things about your loved one that are causing you stress and worry. We are glad you are here because being proactive and doing research about addiction and addiction treatment is the best way to help them.  Addiction Campuses owns and operates our own treatment campuses plus has partner relationships with centers across the country.

Use our site as a way to learn more about heroin addiction, painkiller addiction, alcoholism, co-occurring disorders, and mental health disorders. We also provide comprehensive information on the latest treatments that work best for addiction treatment like Christian drug rehab, dialectical behavior therapy, residential andoutpatient treatment, individual and group counseling, and medical detox. We are more than just a treatment facility – we also are transforming the industry with our popular blog resource center where our CEO, doctors, pastors and company employees write opinion pieces about the state of the industry and where it needs to go. We want you to be as educated and as informed as possible as you make the crucial decision to help the person in your life heal from the disease of addiction.

Let’s Start With The Basics:

  • Is your loved one showing signs of addiction?
  • Have they stopped doing the things they used to enjoy? Skipping work or lost their jobs? Do they lie constantly? Do you find their stories never quite add up? Have you noticed items in your home going missing?
  • Have you watched them turn from the vibrant, lively person they were into a shell of a body whose only daily function is to find another high?
  • When they leave, do you worry that you will never see them again?

Did you answer yes to most or all of these questions?

Then it’s time to do the right thing and help your loved one get into addiction treatment. Call today for a free phone assessment. A better life awaits.

24 / 7 Addiction Recovery Support Hotline: 1-888-614-2251

Addictions We Treat

The following is a listing of the drug and alcohol addictions we treat, their street names and then a list of the mental health disorders we treat that often go hand in hand or are the initial cause of addiction.

 


 

Heroin Addiction

Street names include:
Smack, H, Tar, Chiba or Chiva, Junk, Brown Sugar, Skag, Mud, Dragon, Dope, White (China White, White Nurse, White Lady, White Horse, White Girl, White Boy, White Stuff), Black (Black Tar, Black Pearl, Black Stuff, Black Eagle), Brown (Brown Crystal, Brown Tape, Brown Rhine), Mexican Brown, Mexican Mud, Mexican Horse, Snow, Snowball, Scat, Sack, Skunk, Number 3, Number 4, Number 8

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Cocaine Addiction

Street names include:

Cocaine: All-American drug, Aunt Nora, Barbs, Blow, Coke, Dream, Foo-foo dust, Her, King’s habit, Peruvian lady, Snow, Tardust, Witch and Zip.

Crack Cocaine: Beam, Bopper, Candy, CDs, Electric kool-aid, Girl, Mighty white, Pop, Real tops, Rock, Sevenup, Space, Twinkie and Yam.

Powder Cocaine:
Aspirin, Aunt, Candy sugar, Devil’s dandruff, Fast white lady, Flave, Pariba, Shake, Shrile, Soft, Sugar boogers, Uptown, White dragon and Yao.

Inhaled Cocaine:
Blow blue, Blow coke, Booster, Cork the air, Do a line, Geeze, Hitch up the reindeers, Horning, One and one, Pop, Sniff, Snort and Toke.

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Meth Addiction

Street names for meth
Crank, Crystal, Crystal Glass, Crystal Meth, Christina, Tina, Cris, Cristy, Chalk, Chalk Dust, Ice, Speed, Geep, Getter, Getgo, Go Fast, G, Trash, Garbage, Wash, White Cross, White Crunch, Hanyak, Hironpon, Hiropon, Hot Ice, Super Ice, Batu, Kaksonjae, LA Glass, LA Ice, Ice Cream, Quartz, Chunky Love, Cookies, Cotton Candy, Dunk, Gak, Go-Go Juice, Junk, No Doze, Pookie, Rocket Fuel, Scooby Snax

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Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drugs are the third most commonly abused category of drugs, behind alcohol and marijuana and ahead of cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine. Overall, an estimated 48 million people have abused prescription drugs, representing nearly 20% of the U.S. population. Addiction Campuses offers detox, proven rehab programs and ongoing recovery support for individuals struggling with:

Vicodin Addiction
Hydrocodone Addiction
Xanax Addiction
Morphine Addiction
Oxycodone Addiction
Oxycontin Addiction

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Alcohol Addiction

People who abuse alcohol and suffer from alcoholism have a serious disorder that may not only lead to legal or social problems (such as arrests or arguments with family members), but put them in dangerous situations (like driving under the influence) due to their drinking and impaired judgement. There are a variety of types of alcohol that can lead to abuse and addiction, including:

Beer
Light beer
Red wine – all varietals
White wine – all varietals
Liquor – all varietals

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Mental Health Disorders We Treat:

Anxiety Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
Bipolar Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Depression
Dissociative Disorders
Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
Eating Disorders
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Panic Disorder
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Schizoaffective Disorder
Schizophrenia
Seasonal Affective Disorder

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We know this list is overwhelming to you. We want you to know that knowledge is power when it comes to addiction treatment and what you don’t know about addiction and addiction treatment CAN hurt you and your loved one.

We are here to help and we provide a variety of comprehensive addiction treatment services including:

We want you to feel confident that you are in the right place and your loved one is going to be taken care of. Learn more about our campuses and what a typical day looks like for our campus clients.

If you’re still not sure if you’re loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol here are some physical signs you can look for and are likely the things that you are already noticing:

  • Irregular speech patterns
  • Slow movements or exaggerated hyper movements depending on the drug of choice
  • Blurred vision
  • Headaches
  • Constipation
  • Irregular sleep patterns
  • Being gone for long periods of time at odd hours
  • Unexplained bruises
  • Wearing long sleeves no matter the weather
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Bloody noses
  • Confusion
  • General physical appearance is disheveled and unkempt
  • Defensiveness
  • Aggression when confronted

That last one is one of the biggest challenges for those who need to confront their loved one about their drug or alcohol addiction. That’s why at Addiction Campuses we provide intervention services. We have a network of interventionists that we have worked with for many years and they share our same philosophies on drug and alcohol addiction treatment. They know that addiction is a disease that can be treated and in some cases be cured, they know that to heal for the long term you need long term treatment that goes beyond the 30 day model, and they know that treatment requires a comprehensive model that uses the best and latest treatment methods administered by experience professionals.

Your legacy should not be to bury your child. Or your husband. Or anyone you love.

Addiction Campuses knows what you are going through. There is help for you and for your loved one. Use our chat box to contact a treatment specialist, right now or call our support line at 888-512-3321. Learn today how you can help your loved one fight their addiction and return to that bright and spectacular person they once were. This call will get them their life back. Call now.

24 / 7 Benzo Addiction Support Hotline: 1-888-614-2251

One year ago, my son took a huge step in the right direction as I dropped him off at Addiction Campuses of Tennessee, Spring 2 Life Campus. That decision will change his life and impact our family forever. We are eternally grateful to Addiction Campuses of Tennessee for helping turn our son around and get him started in a new life! We love our new family at ACTN

—- Connie White, Mother of an ACTN Spring 2 Life Campus graduate