Abuse of marijuana or other drugs can lead to serious consequences. If you suspect that you or someone you love may be abusing the harmful chemical in marijuana that is widely known as THC, early treatment is key to recovery. But how can you tell if treatment is necessary?
Ask yourself the questions below in order to determine whether or not you may be in need of treatment for THC abuse.
- Have I been abusing marijuana for several years or more?
- Do I smoke every day?
- Have I noticed that I crave the drug when I am unable to use it?
- Do I experience withdrawal symptoms when I cannot smoke?
- Have I experienced problems in my life as a result of my marijuana use?
- Do I feel that I cannot quit on my own?
- Have I tried to quit or cut back before and been unable to do so?
If you answered yes to the questions above, you more than likely need THC abuse treatment. Marijuana can be addictive just like other drugs of abuse, mainly because of the THC chemical, and treatment is helpful and often necessary in this case. If you want to learn more about THC or marijuana abuse treatment, call 800-895-1695.
The Right Help When you Need It
Finding the right treatment when you need it most takes time. But when addiction is prevalent, time isn’t always on your side. We can help you make a decision as to what treatment options are most suited to your needs.
Consider the following options for marijuana addiction treatment or for the treatment of other psychedelic drugs:
- Inpatient care
- Outpatient care
- Behavioral counseling
- Individual and group therapy
- Support groups
- Luxury treatment
Depending on your individual needs or the needs of your loved one, a combination of the above treatment options will likely be required over time to help provide a solid foundation upon which recovery can take place. To talk with a counselor, call our helpline toll free at 1-800-869-1695.