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Woman troubled, deep in thoughtSelf medicating is an epidemic in the United States. We're bombarded daily by the media on what is wrong with us and the pill that will fix it. Medications quickly become the solution and addiction is just a stone's throw away.  If quitting your choice of self medicating has become difficult or seemingly impossible, then help is necessary. If you're ready now, either fill out the form to the left and one of our trained counselors will contact you within 24 hours or if you need immediate assistance, all (877) 340-3602. Past failures in quitting may contribute to the feeling of helplessness as well as the medication itself giving the feeling of apathy or lack of ambition. Make the decision and do something now. Help is possible.

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