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Marijuana is a controversial drug, particularly in Colorado. In the state of Colorado, the use of marijuana has been legalized, and there continues to be debate as to whether that decision was positive or negative for the state.
Regardless of where you stand on the legalization of marijuana or the social components of this drug, what if you feel as if it’s become a problem in your life? Many people feel that they abuse marijuana or become dependent on it, and they start to feel hopeless because they’re unsure of where to turn for help.
We can help answer your questions and talk through any concerns.
At The Recovery Village, we provide a free, 24-hour Colorado marijuana hotline to help provide you with the information and resources you may need, whether you personally feel you’re abusing marijuana, or you have a loved one that you feel has a problem with the substance. We can work with people throughout the state including in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs, as well as many other locations throughout Colorado and the country.
We encourage you to take that necessary and critical first step in dealing with a drug problem by calling our Palmer Lake, Colorado marijuana helpline.
It’s not uncommon to feel as if you’re hopeless when you’re facing a problem with drugs in your life, whether it’s your own marijuana use that concerns you, or someone close to you.
You may feel as if you don’t want to confide in anyone about the problem because you’re ashamed, embarrassed, fearful or simply not sure of where to turn. You may not want to discuss your marijuana problem with the people around you because of these fears or because you feel isolated or defensive.
So where do you turn?
There are so many reasons to call our free marijuana hotline regardless of where you’re located in Colorado or even the nation. First and foremost, you will be connected with an intake specialist. This is an important distinction because if you call many national or general drug abuse hotlines, you likely won’t speak to someone who specializes in a particular addiction. Marijuana is a unique substance, and the abuse of it is a different scenario than other drugs which is why it’s important to contact a specialized hotline.
Along with helping people who have a marijuana addiction, by contacting The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake you can also get more information regarding co-existing addictions to other substances, and co-occurring mental disorders that might play a role in your addiction or abuse of marijuana.
One of the things that might be holding you back from seeking treatment for a marijuana problem can be the fear of the unknown. That element of the unknown may even be what’s keeping you from contacting a free marijuana hotline.
The following are some of the things you might expect if you contact our Palmer Lake, Colorado marijuana helpline:
You can also start the intake process many times while you’re on the phone with our marijuana free helpline.
If you are in the midst of a crisis situation, it’s not the appropriate time to call our Colorado marijuana helpline. Instead, you should contact 911 if you’re experiencing a dangerous or life-threatening situation.
Other hotline resources that may be of interest to you including if you’re in a crisis situation include:
The National Poison Control Center (Available 24 Hours A Day): 800-222-1222
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Available 24 Hours a Day): 988
The National Mental Health Association (Available During Traditional Business Hours): 800-969-6642
If you’re ready to learn more about receiving treatment for a marijuana problem, or you want to learn more about marijuana treatment options for a loved one, contact The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake at: (877) 628-1444
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