Hope For Myself in Addiction
Addiction is a serious matter. Years can go by without any hope for those that struggle. Then many times hope can be given in some way, yet torn away because of relapse into use once again. Time and time again we promise ourselves or others that things will be different, yet it turns out to be another failure. Most of Casa Colina’s staff have been there and experienced these thoughts and feelings of despair. Please know that you do not have to be alone in this struggle. There is hope and it does not need to end!
Our tagline “Welcome Home” is used because we truly believe that men can find community and purpose though living life in sobriety. At Casa Colina, we are sure you will find our secluded and peaceful location the perfect environment to start your life again. Our evidence-based therapies and family style living approach combine to create a community of men walking together towards long-term recovery. Our mission is to equip you with the tools you need for a lifetime of sobriety and freedom.
Casa Colina’s professional team are experts in addiction. Most of us are in recovery ourselves and know first-hand the strength and courage it takes to make the first step. We also recognize that every individual is unique and that there are issues that may need to be addressed alongside your addiction to get long-term healing. Whether your story includes trauma, abuse, sexual addiction, mental health struggles, or family conflict, we have therapists with the experience and knowledge to help you navigate your unique barriers and find a path of freedom.
Not sure if you need treatment for addiction?
Take our quiz and find out:
*Note: substance use includes drinking alcohol
- Have you ever taken substances in larger amounts or for longer than you intended?
- Have you ever tried to stop or cut down but found yourself using/drinking again (even if it was a different substance)?
- Do you spend a lot of time thinking about or trying to obtain substance to use?
- Have you spend a lot of time thinking about how not to use substances?
- Do you experience a craving or a strong desire to use substances?
- Have you been repeatedly unable to carry out major obligations at work, school, or home due to substance use?
- Do you continue to use despite persistent or recurring social or interpersonal problems caused or made worse by substance use?
- Have you stopped or reduced important social, occupational, or recreational activities due to substance use?
- Have you used substances in physically hazardous situations (such as driving, operating heavy machinery, taking care of small children, etc.)?
- Do you experience physical or psychological difficulties as a result of the substance use, but continue to use anyways?
- Have you found that over a period of time, it takes more of the substance to achieve the same effect or that the same amount produces a diminished effect?
- Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop using the substance OR do you use substance to avoid withdrawal symptoms?
If you answered yes to 2-3 of these questions you could be suffering from a Substance use disorder. Call us now for a free and private consultation on your options for treatment at (844) 974-CASA.
Or if email is preferable, please feel free to visit the Contact Us page and complete the form.
We truly look forward to hearing from you!