Whether you’re seeking help for yourself, a loved one, or looking to make a professional referral, our intake department is staffed around the clock and ready to take your call.
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1131 SE Indian Street
Stuart, FL 34997
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Here at Coastal, we pride ourselves on giving you the most information we can to encourage the addict you know to reach out for help. Our Stuart, Florida team includes licensed professionals and doctors that will assist you in determining what treatment is best for your loved one who is struggling with the disease of addiction. If you or a loved one needs more information on starting your road to substance abuse recovery in Martin County, please contact us today.
Although it is perceived that addicts are facing their addiction by themselves, this is not usually the case. Often times, the ones closest to the addict feel the same amount of pain and anxiety towards their loved one’s addiction. The weight of worry and anger that is associated with watching someone you know slowly kill himself or herself with a substance is unbearable. A lot of the time there is a guilt that falls on family members and friends’ shoulders because they feel as if they’re not doing all that they can to help stop the addiction.
It is important to understand that in order to help someone you know who is dealing with addiction, you have to be educated about the situation at hand. Addiction is a disease that affects many Floridian residents, and someone who is struggling with addiction can feel alone and misunderstood, which makes their addiction even worse. It is okay to want to be a shoulder to lean on while trying to help someone you know realize they have a problem with substance abuse. If you truly want to help your loved one, you need to recognize some of the factors that may be influencing them to turn to substance abuse.
There are many factors that influence your loved ones chance of becoming a victim of the disease of addiction. Some of these to watch out for include:
If you are experiencing a financial hardship, please submit a form on our scholarship application page. We receive scholarship requests on a daily basis, and now require the completion of our questionnaire to be considered for the program.