If you are struggling with the devastating effects of addiction and you are ready to get help, then you are already on the right track. The first step is finding the help that you know is needed.
When you call The Watershed, you will speak with a person that understands your situation, and has experience in making this first step an easy one. Addiction treatment begins with a phone call.
Please note that The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs, Inc. cannot and does not give medical or psychiatric advice over the internet, telephone, or text. If you are having a medical emergency please call 911.
Many addicts and alcoholics try quitting on their own by tapering off of drinking or drug abuse. Some even try to quit cold turkey which can be very dangerous. We know how frightening it can be to take the first step into recovery and take a chance at something new and unknown. This is why we feel it’s important to provide the best care and accommodations that will help you or your loved one enjoy and embrace life again without the use of drugs or alcohol.
At The Watershed, we believe in what we do because we have seen thousands of people, just like you, recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. In our experience, the patients who take the advice of our trained addiction professionals will fully take advantage of our services.
Those who are willing to face their fears are more likely to be successful in recovery and continue to stay clean and sober long after treatment. We believe in what we do, we believe in helping save lives and rebuilding families. We believe addicts can and do recover, and we will continue on our mission to help those suffering in addiction find a better way of life!
Take the first step towards freedom and an amazing opportunity to live a better life! You deserve it and you are worth it. No matter how hopeless it may seem, we can help. There is no need to suffer with addiction any longer. It’s time for a change, and that time is NOW.
Now is the time for change.
Call The Watershed for help at 1-800-861-1768.