Many individuals with addiction problems may be reluctant to change. Young adults tend to be the least likely to seek professional help for addiction treatment because they don’t yet see their behavior as a problem. Admitting they have a problem or addiction is the first step. The sooner one realizes there is a problem that needs to be addressed, the sooner he or she can begin the recovery process.
Young Adult Addiction Treatment
- Alcohol Addiction – is the most severe form of a drinking problem. Alcohol addiction has all of the symptoms of alcohol abuse, except afflicted individuals are also physically dependent on drinking. If a person relies on alcohol to function, he or she is considered an alcoholic. Alcohol addiction and even alcohol abuse can affect all aspects of one’s life and can eventually create serious health problems.
- Drug Addiction – may start out as a seemingly harmless and voluntary act of recreational drug use, but in time can develop into a compulsive and uncontrollable habit. As prolonged drug use continues, it can develop into drug addiction, severely impacting an individual’s brain chemistry and controlling ones life.
- Gaming Addiction – A recent study estimated that three quarters of a million young adults in the United States engage in problem gaming. Like alcohol and drug addiction, gaming addiction is a disease that may, ultimately, result in the loss of control over one’s actions and leave individuals with serious consequences.
- Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction – The consequences of prescription drug abuse have been worsening at an alarming rate. Just like drug addiction, prescription drug abuse can be treated effectively.
Overcome Your Addiction
The Claudia Black Young Adult Center in Wickenburg, Arizona, provides an intensive, experientially based 45-day treatment program for young adults ages 18 – 26 who are struggling with unresolved emotional trauma, addiction, have a dual diagnosis or who have failed past addiction treatments. Dr. Claudia Black – renowned author, speaker, and trainer who has been working with family systems and addictive disorders since the 1970s – is the clinical architect of the Claudia Black Young Adult Center.
In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, young adults are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of addiction and co-occurring disorders. The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery. Visit us here or feel free to phone us at 855-333-6075.