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Why are addicts not fighting to get into the best drug or alcohol rehab centres in there area?

For most people who have had a long term drug addiction, they’ve experienced addiction from the sharp end of the stick. They are associated with fellow drug addicts, likely to have spoken to their GP about addiction,spent many hour researching their addiction problems and ways to kick the habit on the Internet and for most, they are very knowledgeable about addiction and withdrawal as they’ve experienced it first hand in many cases.

Apart from trying to educate themselves on their addiction problems many have researched online looking for the “best drug rehab centres” in their area and once found never book themselves in.

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However, for family members or someone closely associated to an addict who have just discovered a loved one has developed an addiction, it can be a confusing and overwhelming situation to find themselves in, and they often feel helpless, they are not familiar with the slang language, or the paraphernalia used by the addict; it is as though they’re on the periphery looking in, but with no means of entry, they experience an inability to reach the person and help them out of this ‘private and secret culture’.

The addict is usually completely embroiled in this drug fraternity, and they feel as though the ‘straight’ people in their lives just don’t understand their predicament. Conversely, those close to an addict just cannot understand why the person simply will not stop and get his life back together or at least seek treatment in the best drug or alcohol centre they can find, at the first available moment.

To understand why an drug or alcohol addict is willing to lead the life of chaos for the length of time they do, one has to understand the nature of the drugs they take and impact drug or alcohol has on the mental capacity of a drug user.

Nearly everyone around an addict can see that they need help and should either stop or get them selves into the best drug or alcohol treatment centre they can find, if they cant stop without help.

The addict on the other hand, deep inside know that he or she needs help and the only way out is to get into a rehab treatment centre  but be unable to break the cycle long enough to receive the needed help.

An example that is very common is when an addict encounters some major crisis in their live such as:getting into trouble with the police, smashed the car or their spouse has threatened to leave them etc.

At the point of crisis many addicts are completely willing to discuss the addiction with a parent or relative about their dependence and solutions to like finding the best rehab that suits their needs.

Unfortunately,at this point, if this opportunity is not quickly acted on, the drug cravings and overwhelming environment will force the individual back into using drugs and it may be some length of time before he/she will encounter the urgency that once yield cooperation towards finding a rehabilitation centre to receive treatment from