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If The Church Won’t Help Me Get Into Rehab, Who Will?

April 25, 2016 - - 0 Comments

If you are addicted to any type of substance, you need to get help as soon as possible. In the event that your church isn’t willing or isn’t able to get you into rehab, where can you turn to for help? Let’s take a look at who is still available to help you.

Ask Your Employer For Recommendations

The most logical step to take may be to ask your employer about available rehab programs. Even if your employer doesn’t want to face the prospect of losing you for a period of time, it is in their best interest to get you the help that you need. If you don’t trust your immediate supervisor or human resources department to handle the issue discretely, ask a regional manager or someone else you trust to get help without attracting unwanted attention.

Turn to the Government For Assistance

Local, state and federal agencies may be able to tell you where you can get the help you need to overcome your addiction. You can either talk to a representative in person or go online to find links to facilities in your area or more information about rehab in general. You may also be able to find information about how you can pay for your treatment and whether financial assistance is available.

Your Friends and Family May Still Help You

If you haven’t told your friends or family members about your issues with substance abuse, now may be the time to do so. While they may be shocked to hear about your problem at first, those who truly care about you will get you the help that you need. Even if they don’t know how to go about getting you into rehab, they may be able to point you to others who may have overcome their own addiction issues. This may be the first step toward building a support network aimed at getting you past your own addiction.

When the church says no to getting your into rehab, there are others who will say yes. Your employer, government agencies and even those closest to you may be willing to take the time to help you get past your addiction. Using these resources is critical for your recovery as simply getting into rehab improves your chances of getting clean significantly.

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