Top Franklin, NJ Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings

In Franklin, a number of people are suffering from addiction—specifically alcohol.

In 2016, 33 people in Franklin who sought substance abuse treatment listed alcohol as their primary drug of abuse. More people sought treatment for problematic alcohol use than for any other type of substance. Other common drugs of abuse included heroin and marijuana.1

It can be hard to help someone with a drinking problem because you may be uncertain how serious the issue is. You may not know for sure if it’s alcoholism.

If your loved one is the drinker, you may also be nervous to tell them about your concerns because you think they will get upset.

Whatever your situation, it can help to learn more about alcoholism in order to determine if the problem is serious enough to warrant treatment.

The signs of a serious alcohol problem, also called an alcohol use disorder, include:2

  • Not having control over one’s drinking.
  • Trying to cut back or stop drinking and being unable to.
  • Neglecting responsibilities and other activities to drink.
  • Spending lots of time drinking and recovering from drinking.
  • Experiencing severe consequences from drinking, such as getting arrested.
  • Experiencing health effects caused by drinking but being unable to stop.
  • Consistently participating in risky behaviors because of drinking, such as having unprotected sex or drinking while driving.
  • Developing a tolerance to alcohol.
  • Withdrawal symptoms when drinking is stopped.

It can be very difficult to admit that you or someone you love has a serious problem with alcohol or another drug, but getting help is possible. If you’re ready to get help, search for Franklin rehab centers or treatment programs throughout the country in our directory today.

Sources

  1. Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation, and Prevention. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview Somerset County.
  2. Rethinking Drinking. What are symptoms of an alcohol use disorder?

 

 

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