Anyone worried about their substance use can reach out to Centerstone for an assessment
Stressful times can make substance used disorders worse, said Mandy Hazel, a clinician at the Fellowship House campus. She said there some signs that indicate someone might be struggling with substance use and may need to reach out.
“Legal problems that are happening, relationship problems that are happening, problems with work, not going to work, potentially, not being able to do a job like they once could,” Hazel offered as examples.
Hazel said treatment options include detoxification services and inpatient or outpatient therapy, depending on the severity of the disorder. Some appointments have moved to alternate formats, like telehealth, due to COVID-19 but services are still available