Addiction Therapy in Delaware

Rehab Centers Throughout DelawareWe are here to help people in Delaware locate drug rehabs that work. Our service is at no cost to you, whether you are from Dover, Wilmington, or surrounding areas in the state. Our drug and alcohol addiction professionals can help you choose the best rehab option for you or your loved one from Delaware. With decades of experience in the drug and alcohol rehab field, we have helped thousands of individuals and families. We can help educate you on making the right choice for your situation. We understand that it may be uncomfortable to call because sometimes people just want a little basic information they can read at their own pace; here you can find some great information on how to deal with a family member or close friend that is struggling with addiction.

How to Help Someone Struggling with Substance Abuse

Helping someone overcome a substance abuse problem, whether it is marijuana, crystal meth, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, or anything else, is not something that most people should do alone. From recognizing that a problem might exist, all the way through to aftercare of the patient, it is a process that is difficult to do by yourself. When one family member or a friend has a problem with substance abuse, it does not just affect them it affects everyone around them as well.

Recognizing the Problem

Part of the difficulty with addiction is that people who suffer from it are uncomfortable or unwilling to admit that it is an actual problem. Many of them will remain in denial, even if their drug use is spiraling out of control. That is why friends and family recognizing the signs of a problem may help speed up the recovery process. Though the symptoms can obviously vary depending on what the individual is using, they often include the following:

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Getting a Person into a Program

How do you begin? That is the most important question we receive from our callers, sometimes they are able to see that a problem exists but they are unable to do anything about it. In that situation, it may be a good idea to reach out for assistance, especially because the last thing you would want to do is alienate yourself from the very person you are eager to help.

The most effective way to get someone to recognize that a problem exists is by staging an intervention. This means contacting a professional intervention specialist that can help the family prepare the meeting. During an intervention, friends and family have a chance to share their feelings and emotions in an open and honest way...let them know exactly how their life has been impacted by the substance abuse problem of this individual. The tone needs to be non-confrontational and supportive while remaining clear. This is precisely why having a specialist present is a good idea because they can help guide the conversation.

Immediately following this, it is important that a user receive treatment as fast as possible. During a successful intervention, the process gains momentum and it would be a shame to lose that momentum by not having a plan in place. The family and/or friends should have a desired treatment location in mind before they ever organize an intervention.


Another reason that good support matters is because once a patient completes his or her program, they are recommended to enroll in an aftercare program. This is another method to avoid relapse, one such example is follow-up counseling. Family and friends can play an important role here to, because they can urge the patient to attend meetings and provide them with support if they feel as though they are prone to using. Many times, it is the program that provides the initial start, but it is the family and friends that the patient has outside of the treatment facility that make the difference once the person leaves treatment.

Problems that are Facing the State

Heroin, powder cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana are the four most available, popular and trafficked illegal drugs in Delaware. However, clandestinely manufactured drugs, such as methamphetamine and club drugs, such as MDMA (ecstasy), are also readily available to users of various ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. While OxyContin appears to be less available; other diverted pharmaceutical drugs remain available to users in Delaware. Delaware's largest city, Wilmington, is located on the Interstate 95 corridor, the East Coast's most frequently traveled highway that runs from Boston, through New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, to Miami. Due to its location and proximity to Philadelphia and New York, Wilmington has become a lower-level source city that is accessible both to trafficking organizations looking to move operations from major cities as well as to distributors from within Delaware and from surrounding areas in southeastern Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Find Help Today

Delaware Substance Abuse SupportOur qualified staff has helped many people find their way throughout the clutter they find online. Many family members and significant others have been provided clear answers that they can use. Remember, there is no such thing as a silly question. If it is important enough to concern you, we treat it as important enough to discuss with you at length.

We understand that reaching out for help is hard to do because it is such a personal and private matter. However, there are so many aspects to keep in mind that sometimes, it is best to have a professional guide you through the steps that are so important to take. If you are interested in getting in touch with an effective professional interventionist or just want to discuss the current situation, be sure to make that call today.

Call 1-800-964-1075 today and find out how much your life can change with one simple call.

Important Local Contact Information:

Governor's Office
(302) 744-4101

Attorney General
(302) 577-8500

Department of Correction
(302) 739-5601

Division of Substance Abuse
(302) 255-9399

Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness (RADAR) Center
(302) 892-4513

Local Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
(302) 672-6383
(302) 327-3700

Local Recovery Centers:

(302) 836-8260
New Castle Avenue
Delaware City, DE 19706

Open Door Inc
(302) 678-4911
884 Walker Road
Dover, DE 19904

Peoples Place Counseling Center
(302) 422-8026
1131 Airport Road
Milford, DE 19963

Serenity Place
(302) 674-8036
327 Martin Street
Dover, DE 19901

Contact us for alcohol and other drug rehab referral services for Delaware. Call 1-800-964-1075.


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