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Addictions We Treat

 

Our JCAHO accredited addiction center treats all addictions. Many clients have a drug of choice but are often abusing several substances simultaneously. Below you will find a list of commonly abused substances, with information on the devastating impacts these addictive drugs have on the overall mental, spiritual and physical health of an addict. When an individual is addicted to drugs or alcohol, depending on the type of drug, common symptoms that appear include mood changes, irritability, sudden weight gain or loss, depression, isolation and job, marital or relationship loss. Learn more about the effects of specific substances by clicking on the links below.

If you or a loved one is addicted to any of these substances, please call us about admission today. We also have addiction interventionists available if needed, and we accept insurance for most of our addiction services.

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Each and every one of you have touched my heart and I feel so blessed to have found such a loving and supportive family in HBTS.

- K.G.

Thank you so much for everything that you have done for me!! You have made me a totally different person and you have no idea how grateful I am for that.

- T.S.

You treated me with dignity and gave me the hope that I could make it. Thank you especially for putting me in the executive house.

- T.S.

Thank you for giving me the courage to spread my wings and fly!!! I'll never forget you!

- D.

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