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Let us help you get the help your loved one needs.

You are concerned about someone you care about who is abusing prescription pain killers or addicted to heroin, but you’re not sure how… or even if you can help them. By visiting our website you have already taken the first step in your loved one’s recovery.

Soft Landing is a different addiction recovery facility. We take a holistic approach, offering immediate relief through medication assisted treatment to put patients on the road to recovery on their very first visit. We supplement that treatment with coaching and traditional therapy, as well as alternative therapies like massage, acupuncture, yoga, mindful eating, hypnosis, meditation, music therapy, spirituality, creative recovery, family guidance, pain management, goals setting and discharge planning – healing from the inside out.

Opioid addiction affects the whole family, not just the family member struggling with substance abuse. Having a strong support system at home is integral to sustainable addiction recovery.

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“Soft Landing was there to guide me on ways to approach my husband about getting help for his addiction.”

Not everyone who uses prescription painkillers is an addict. But perhaps you have noticed changes in a friend’s or loved one’s behavior, or physical appearance. Or someone you know has expressed concern about such things. Maybe it is even more serious than that – They worry that their prescription will run out. They seem distracted at home or work.

If you can answer “yes” to just a few of these signs and symptoms, you should contact us. We can help you better determine the best way to approach someone you care about to help them get the help they need now for lasting, sustainable recovery.

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

Behavioral

  • Defying authority or breaking rules
  • Irritable
  • Unreliable
  • Isolation from and losing important relationships
  • Impaired memory, concentration or confusion
  • Secretive

Physical

  • Low energy level
  • Poor personal hygiene
  • Eyes (bloodshot, dilated, glazed, pinpoint pupils)
  • Weight changes
  • Use of cover-ups (sunglasses, breath mints, incense, room freshener)

Usage

  • Using pain killers excessively or inappropriately
  • Started using heroin to help with pain as a less expensive alternative
  • Being preoccupied with obtaining or using substances
  • Suffering withdrawal when limiting or stopping use of alcohol or other drugs
  • Attempted to stop using drugs or alcohol but couldn’t
  • A family member or loved one expressed concern about your drinking and/or drug use
  • Feel guilty about drinking or using drugs
  • Responsibilities at work, home or school have suffered because of your use of drugs and/or alcohol
  • Lying to people about your drug and/or alcohol use
  • Drinking or drug use caused you to suffer from sicknesses such as shaking, vomiting or paranoia
  • Find it difficult to have a good time without using substances

No matter how far a loved one has fallen, we are there to provide a soft landing from their addiction.

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