If you are addicted to drugs and seeking help, there are many resources and services available to assist you.

As far as my knowledge cutoff date, April 2023, here are some steps you can take to find help if you are addicted to drugs:

Talk to a healthcare professional: A qualified healthcare professional can provide a confidential evaluation and recommend appropriate treatment options, such as medication-assisted treatment or counseling.

Research treatment programs: There are a variety of treatment programs available, such as inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient programs, and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). Research the different options and choose a program that best meets your needs.

Consult with insurance provider: Your health insurance provider may be able to provide a list of approved drug addiction treatment programs covered under your plan.

Reach out to a helpline: Helplines such as the National Helpline (1-800-662-HELP) can provide information and support for individuals struggling with drug addiction and their loved ones.

Consider attending a support group: Support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Smart Recovery can provide a supportive environment and a sense of community for individuals in recovery.

Remember that recovery is a process, and it is important to seek help and support as needed. With the right resources and support, it is possible to overcome drug addiction and achieve long-term recovery.