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How Substance Addiction Can Drive You Into Debt

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A substance addiction has far-reaching effects that extend beyond that of your health. It can affect your relationships, your education, your job and your financial security. It’s difficult to weigh the severity of these impacts when you are struggling with an addiction. However, you should try to take a step back and view the big picture of things to see how addiction truly affects you or someone you love.

The costs of substance addiction

Substances alone can be expensive to purchase. Whether purchasing under a prescription or illegally r, each time you purchase a substance you are taking a significant chunk out of your finances. 

And it doesn’t stop there.

Misusing prescription drugs can lead to an increase in health insurance premiums. Additionally, you may need to pay for legal fees if you are charged with a DUI or other crimes that may be associated with substance abuse.

Another cost of substance addiction is in your work itself. Addiction to substances can put your job at risk by limiting your ability to perform your duties effectively and safely or by causing you to miss out on shifts entirely. 

Start the Recovery Journey at Tulip Hill Recovery

Facing down financial ruin is a very real possibility when substance use takes over your life. It’s important to get a hold of the situation as soon as possible for the benefit of your physical health, mental health and financial well-being.

At Tulip Hill Recovery, our clinical and therapy professionals can help give you the tools to live a happy and productive life without relying on drugs or alcohol. . Our treatment model emphasizes the dual diagnosis approach, which means we treat addiction as well as co-occurring mental health disorders that might be fueling the addiction. This helps a person in recovery become better equipped for dealing with the challenges of mental health disorders without feeling like they need substances or alcohol to cope.

Are you ready to talk to someone about treatment for addiction for you or someone you love? Please contact us online or call us at 877-845-8192 to get in touch with our team and help start the recovery journey.

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