The Road to Recovery in Wyoming

WY Narcotic Abuse CareThe last thing you want to do when looking for treatment options for addiction is go through thousands of different options. Time is the most important factor when it comes to making a choice in Wyoming and that is why a service such as ours exists. Drug and Alcohol Rehabs is a service that helps you determine the best options available throughout the state. Our addiction counselors can help you narrow down your options, whether you are calling from Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, or surrounding areas. We have helped countless people who were struggling before, and we are here to help you do the same thing.

Current Problems in the State

Mexican poly-drug trafficking organizations dominate the distribution of methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana in Wyoming. Local traffickers are supplied by distributors in Colorado, the southwest Border States and Mexico. In recent years, methamphetamine has emerged as the illicit drug of choice in the state. Club drugs, such as MDMA, have also grown in popularity. Marijuana is widely abused throughout the state. Cocaine is also available but is less popular than methamphetamine, while demand for heroin is not particularly high.

Addiction Affects Everyone

Dependence and abuse of any type of illicit substance can cause a number of different problems. Even though there are some users that managed to recover without the help of anyone else, oftentimes a change is not evident until someone reaches out and receives help at a professional drug rehab facility. Many of the complications directly attributed to dependency include financial trouble, relationship trouble, poor work performance, physical and mental health problems and much more.

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Unfortunately, someone struggling with a chemical dependency does not merely negatively affect his or her own life, but it negatively affects the lives of everyone around them as well. Because of the dependence of a single person, friends are lost, workplace morale will suffer and sometimes children grow up without the active influence of a parent. There are a number of different symptoms when someone is struggling with addiction; many physical signs that you can look for that would provide clues. While the signs of chemical dependency may be different for many different abused substances, the fact that intervention can save lives does not change.

Why Interventions Can Save Lives

During an intervention, a friend, coworker, or family steps in and makes it clear to the person struggling with addiction just how severe the problem is. For many people this sounds like an unnecessary step, they wonder, "if everyone else can see that a problem exists, why can't the person see it themselves?" The truth is that oftentimes, for whatever reason, the person does not even realize that they have a problem. Other times they are actively repressing the notion that a problem exists.

Even though it may be frustrating to the people involved in the process, it is important to explain the problem without jumping to judgment, hold back critical comments and view the person with compassion. Throughout the process of an intervention, the individual is required to come to terms with how his or her addiction is influencing people around them, whether they want to do so or not. For many, it is not until they are forced to face these facts that they become motivated to change their lives.

Why Using a Professional is a Good Idea

As you can readily see, the entire process can be both fragile and emotional. That is why it is good to call in the assistance of a skilled professional that will help you through every step of the process. They will not only provide suggestions, but can even help keep order when the intervention is taking place. Having a professional available can also ease the tension. These professionals have dealt with this type of situation many times before, rather than just doing this for the first time. They will help to avoid severe confrontation and encourage a positive mood.

Steps to Take with the Process

Of course, it is good to know that options are available, but how do you get started? Using these following three steps will help you get the ball rolling:

No Longer Enabling the Behavior

If you are planning to follow through, it is important not to enable or make excuses for the current unhealthy conduct. By not enabling the behavior, you are making a clear statement to the person that their dependency comes with a heavy price. This may be the thing that the person needs in order to get help. It is important to have possible treatment facilities lined up before you ever continue this process. The last thing you want is for the person to agree to seek professional help, only to find out that a long waiting period is going to prevent them from immediately finding the help that would allow them to recover.

Overwhelming for Many

Helping Families in WYIf you have read the information provided here, you may feel slightly overwhelmed. That is precisely why it is important to have professionals who are able to help you with any questions. Remember that no one ever said addiction would be easy to overcome, but it is possible. Getting help is undoubtedly the most important decision a person can make.

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
(307) 777-7434

Attorney General
(307) 777-7841
Email: agwebmaster@state.wy.us

Department of Corrections
(307) 777-7208
Email: mbrazz@wdoc.state.wy.us

Substance Abuse Division
(307) 777-6494
Email: msimka@state.wy.us

Regional Alcohol and Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Center
(307) 766-4119 or (800) 895-1121
Email: wyocare@uwyo.edu

Office Safe and Drug-Free Schools
(307) 777-7168
Email: thowar@educ.state.wy.us

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Casper:
(307) 261-6200
Cheyenne:
(307) 772-2391


Local Recovery Centers:

New Horizons
(307) 237-7077
837 East C Street
Casper, WY 82601

Peak Wellness Center
(307) 632-6433
2310 East 8th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001

Solutions For Life
(307) 358-2846
1841 Madora Avenue
Douglas, WY 82633

Wyoming Recovery
(307) 265-3791
231 South Wilson Street
Casper, WY 82601


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