DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ADDICTION
Hope for Abuse and Addiction to Drugs and Alcohol
The wrongful use of (abuse) and dependence on (addiction) substances is a significant issue facing many of us. Few families are not affected in some way by the abuse of or addiction to alcohol or another drug (prescription drugs or otherwise).
In either instance, substance abuse and addiction are chronic, compulsive behaviors that result in negative consequences for the individual and their family. Marked by patterns of misuse, an inability to interrupt or stop the behavior, greater amounts needed to achieve the same effect, and any number of vocational, relational, or societal consequences, problems with drugs and alcohol create difficult challenges and issues.
Our Approach to Help and Healing
Counseling and treatment are necessary for those whose drug and alcohol use has become compulsive. Members of the staff at Covenant Counseling specialize in working with individuals and their families to explore treatment options, towards finding the way forward in life which is free from the compulsion to use or abuse alcohol or another substance.
If you would like to make an appointment with one of our counselors, or have any questions, please call 205-879-7500. If you would like to email us, please complete the contact form below.
We are a group of licensed clinicians who seek to maintain the highest professional standards in our fields and whose Christian faith is central to our lives and practices.
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If you would like to make an appointment with one of our counselors, or have any questions, please call 205-879-7500.
If you would like to email us, please complete the contact form below.