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Is My Child an Addict?

Learn more about the signs and signals that may indicate that your child is using illicit substances and needs to seek immediate help.

Is My Child Addicted To Drugs?

As parents, the most important factor in the life of our children is their safety. While we may be there to monitor their day to day, there are just some things that slip just out of our reach. One of things includes the unknown world of substance abuse.

Signs Your Child May Be Using Illicit Substances

While finding the culprit is always a sure way to know exactly what your child may be experimenting with, there are also some signs that you may want to look closer into. The following indicators are important to identify:

  • Your child possessing medication you are unsure of. If you are not the primary caretaker for your child and see that they may be in the possession of prescription medication, look up the markings on the pills to make sure it was prescribed to them and that it is not a designer drug. Prescription drugs are typically taken from family members and friends rather than purchased on the street.

  • Odd smells. If you notice any changes in the amount of deodorant or perfume/cologne your child is wearing, look more closely into the smells of other porous items like bedding, unworn clothing, and in their car if applicable.

  • Sudden changes in their grades is another great indicator. If your straight A student is suddenly bringing home Fs, you may want to look deeper into the matter.

  • Last but certainly not least, changes in their behavior with family and friends. Because of the high priority placed on addiction, relationships may begin to suffer. While there are many factors that may affect your child’s desire to interact with others, often the changes are sudden when it comes to drug use.
Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

Helping Your Child Overcome Addiction

Adolescent rehab provides not only great resources for you and your child, but continues to promote healthy attitudes to prevent relapse. Teens who complete rehab programs receive a boost of confidence while healing the mind and body. 

Since many teens who experience addiction also have a co-occurring mental illness, completing an addiction recovery program will help them to heal beyond their substance abuse. The most important thing to remember is the sooner your child gets help, the better chance they have for recovery.

Your Child Needs Your Help Now More Than Ever

By taking the time to read this article, you have already taken the first step in your child’s recovery. The goal of parenting is to give your child the best life possible and that can come with some bumps in the road. 

Never blame yourself for things that are beyond your control and understand there are resources out there to help you and your child. Here at Addiction Recovery Now, we provide excellent resources to provide you and your child with the best chance for recovery. 

Our facility works closely with your child’s needs to provide individualized attention and tools for their specific lifestyle. Addiction Recovery Now is here for supportive parents as well to give you the tools to fight and bring an end to addiction. Help is just a call away.

If you would like more information, please give us a call today. Together we can start your child on the path to recovery!

Is My Child Addicted To Drugs?

As parents, the most important factor in the life of our children is their safety. While we may be there to monitor their day to day, there are just some things that slip just out of our reach. One of things includes the unknown world of substance abuse.

Signs Your Child May Be Using Illicit Substances

While finding the culprit is always a sure way to know exactly what your child may be experimenting with, there are also some signs that you may want to look closer into. The following indicators are important to identify:

  • Your child possessing medication you are unsure of. If you are not the primary caretaker for your child and see that they may be in the possession of prescription medication, look up the markings on the pills to make sure it was prescribed to them and that it is not a designer drug. Prescription drugs are typically taken from family members and friends rather than purchased on the street.

  • Odd smells. If you notice any changes in the amount of deodorant or perfume/cologne your child is wearing, look more closely into the smells of other porous items like bedding, unworn clothing, and in their car if applicable.

  • Sudden changes in their grades is another great indicator. If your straight A student is suddenly bringing home Fs, you may want to look deeper into the matter.

  • Last but certainly not least, changes in their behavior with family and friends. Because of the high priority placed on addiction, relationships may begin to suffer. While there are many factors that may affect your child’s desire to interact with others, often the changes are sudden when it comes to drug use.
Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

Helping Your Child Overcome Addiction

Adolescent rehab provides not only great resources for you and your child, but continues to promote healthy attitudes to prevent relapse. Teens who complete rehab programs receive a boost of confidence while healing the mind and body. 

Since many teens who experience addiction also have a co-occurring mental illness, completing an addiction recovery program will help them to heal beyond their substance abuse. The most important thing to remember is the sooner your child gets help, the better chance they have for recovery.

Your Child Needs Your Help Now More Than Ever

By taking the time to read this article, you have already taken the first step in your child’s recovery. The goal of parenting is to give your child the best life possible and that can come with some bumps in the road. 

Never blame yourself for things that are beyond your control and understand there are resources out there to help you and your child. Here at Addiction Recovery Now, we provide excellent resources to provide you and your child with the best chance for recovery. 

Our facility works closely with your child’s needs to provide individualized attention and tools for their specific lifestyle. Addiction Recovery Now is here for supportive parents as well to give you the tools to fight and bring an end to addiction. Help is just a call away.

If you would like more information, please give us a call today. Together we can start your child on the path to recovery!

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