Overdose Survivors: We Can Help You Get Your Life Back

If you have survived an overdose, you may be experiencing a number of emotions and traumatic memories. Whether you intended to overdose, or your overdose was an accident, you may want to consider rehab or counseling to help you transition through this difficult time. The best thing you can do for yourself and those you love is to talk with someone about your experiences and connect with treatment that works. We can help you find specialized treatment to fit your needs and budget.

Surviving an Overdose Is a Second Chance

If you were waiting to hit rock bottom before seeking treatment, don’t keep waiting. An overdose is a life or death situation, and anyone who survives an overdose is a very lucky person. Your overdose experience was quite possibly rock bottom. If you continue to abuse drugs and alcohol or neglect your mental health care, the next step may be death. Surviving an overdose is a second chance at life. An overdose can be a turning point in your life, and it is up to you to make the call for help. Even if you have tried mental health or addiction treatment before, there are new treatments and rehab programs being developed every day. One program you may want to learn more about is integrated treatment. Integrated treatment is designed to treat both mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder and a substance abuse problem or addiction. By working to treat both issues at once, you will enjoy a fuller and more successful recovery.

Coping with the Overdose of a Loved One

Everyone is affected when one family member survives an overdose. When you feel helpless, there is help available. Addiction and mental illness is a family disease, as every person is affected. That is why you need to seek rehab care that offers family counseling, family education, family support and outreach. Rehab will work with families and offer family weekends and family counseling. Family support can help an individual get clean and stay clean after an overdose.

Find Overdose Survivor Support and Help Now

If you need help before or after an overdose, call our toll-free helpline. Our experienced recovery counselors work around the clock to help our callers find information and the best treatment resources. We can help you with every aspect of recovering including the following:

  • Finding mental health care or addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one
  • Arranging insurance coverage for your treatment of choice
  • Finding a treatment solution that meets your budget and specific areas of need
  • Offering you intervention services or confidential support in family crisis

Call us now, and find out how we can help you.