Yes, it is possible for someone to stop using drugs without rehab. However, the process of quitting drugs can be difficult and challenging, and rehab programs can offer valuable support and resources to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety.

There are many different ways that people can stop using drugs on their own, including:

Cold turkey: quitting drugs abruptly and completely without any professional help or support.

Tapering: gradually reducing drug use over time until they are no longer using drugs.

Seeking support from family and friends: family and friends can provide emotional support and encouragement during the process of quitting drugs.

Seeking support from support groups: groups such as Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery offer peer support, encouragement, and resources for people who are trying to quit drugs.

Working with a therapist or counselor: a mental health professional can help individuals develop coping strategies, identify triggers for drug use, and address any underlying mental health issues that may be contributing to drug use.

While it is possible to stop using drugs without rehab, rehab programs can offer a structured and supportive environment with healthcare professionals and trained staff who can provide additional support, education, and resources to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety. The decision to seek rehab or to quit drugs on their own is ultimately a personal choice and depends on individual needs, circumstances, and resources.