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Too many lives are being taken away and Action Drug Rehab wants to help those who are in need of help. Action’s leader, Cary Quashen has been living a healthy, sober life since December 25th of 1980.
Every day is a step in the sobriety process.
Right now, many young adults and adults alike are buying and taking pills they think are one drug, but they are fentanyl. Olivia, who is a newcomer to Action Drug Rehab, lost her younger brother when he overdosed on fentanyl thinking it was ecstasy.
The pain was unbearable and she almost committed suicide because of the grief. Now, she is ready to turn her life around and start living a sober life, what her brother would have wanted for her.
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Our team at Action Drug Rehab is fully committed to supporting those in need of help every step of the way in the sobriety journey, no matter how many times you may come into our facility.
Kai, for instance, has overdosed on fentanyl 8 times.
She was 3 months sober up until her relapse on Christmas Day. She overdosed in front of family members and says this overdose felt different and is ready to put it all behind her. Our team is dedicated to her and her sobriety. She is now 15 days sober and is taking everything just 1 day at a time.
Our team at Action Drug Rehab urges those struggling to “get sober or die” because you will die if you continue the drug use. It’s no longer a matter of “if” you overdose, but “when” you overdose.
You do not have to fight the fight alone
Our specialists are here around the clock and will walk alongside you everyday in the road to a healthier life. Please don’t wait, call our hotline now at (800) 367-8336.