The Chicopee Against Addicion, we get right to the core of the presenting issues, whether it is addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety and/or co-occurring conditions.
Our goal is to assist people to embrace the recovery process, wherein they take responsibility for their own emotional, mental, and physical healing; and to facilitate family healing and healthier functioning family system.
We believe that in spite of the complexity of mental health and/or addiction issues people face, they can launch into a life of accountably for self, within community and family, and at last find meaning and purpose.
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Overcoming drug and alcohol addiction is one of the most difficult challenges you will ever face, but you don’t have to face it alone.
I Am Struggling With Addiction And I Need Help
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"I had this dream — this experience, I like to call it. I saw the most beautiful place I'd ever seen in my entire life … and I heard: ‘You're in the right place. You're doing the right thing.’ And I woke up with a smile on my face and goose bumps all over my body. And I didn't want to get high anymore. I didn't want to make my mom cry anymore. I didn't ever want to have to look into my little sister's eyes … and see the pain and anguish of watching me kill myself slowly through drugs and alcohol.
Recovery Is Possible.
For many people, medical detox is the first step toward getting sober and beginning treatment. Medical detox is the process in which traces of any drugs or alcohol will be removed from the body. Also manage the physical symptoms of withdrawal with evidence-based medications.
Residential Addiction Treatment
Residential treatment, ensures that you are focused solely on recovering. Residential treatment (also known as inpatient treatment) During your residential stay,the goal is to identify and treat the underlying causes of your addiction, so you’ll be able to leave treatment with the tools you need to stay sober for the long term.
What Is Methadone, And What Can It Do For Me?
Methadone is an opioid that does not produce any of the pleasurable effects of recreational opioids, but blocks out withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings. It is for this reason that it is used to treat opioid addiction.
This is Where I Change My Story
A healthier life is waiting for you. Are you ready to change your story?
Substance use has the unfortunate ability to fracture family systems. Even if you’re not the one using substances, the disease can still wield power over your emotional well-being. It can also trigger financial, physical, and interpersonal problems. In a household with active substance use, no one escapes the heartbreaking fallout. However, we have good news. There are many things you can do to increase the overall health of your family unit. Here are just a few:
Seek treatment for your loved one AND your whole family
Give yourself permission to take care of yourself
Take advantage of opportunities to learn more about the disease
SAMHSA’s National Helpline confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
Alcoholics Anonymous in Western Massachusetts. Need Help! Call: 413-532-2111 - Spanish Hotline: 413-409-2201. On this website you will find information on Local AA meeting lists, Spanish AA meeting lists, literature, and general information on Alcoholics Anonymous.
If you have Mass health and you are having difficulty getting to your appointments or clinic ask your doctor for a PT1 and or call Mass health ask for the Mart Number or go on mass health website and get connected to Mart. If you qualify for mass health you will automatically be qualified for this service