Understanding Drug Abuse and Addictions

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A lot of people do not understand why someone would be addicted to drugs, but in order to help someone and encourage them to go into treatment, one must gain knowledge of the situation in order to have empathy. The misconception that drug abusers simply do not have the will power to stop their action is flat out false according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse.  Although the problem may have started with bad behaviors, addiction is a disease because the drugs changes how the brain function so that it is difficult to quit.  While prevention is key to the problem, those already abusing drugs, however, need the encouragement and support from someone who understands the difficulty in quitting.

A-1 Home Care in Sherman Oaks has over 20 years of experience, and we have learned that there each home care scenario should be customized to the client’s needs.  Our flexibility in service guarantees our caregivers to be compatible.  By going with A-1 Home Care, you and your loved ones can enjoy Companion Services, Hourly In-Home Care, Live-in Care, Home Helpers, Hospital Sitters, Personal Services, Shrot-Term Care, and more.  We provide caregivers in the cities of Sherman Oaks, Calabasas, Culver City,  Encino, Glendale, Beverly Hills, Hollywood,  Whittier, Pico Rivera, and others areas in Los Angeles and Orange County, so don’t hesitate to call us about services.

Our number is 818-980-0094, detailed information online at www.shermanoaksinhomecare.com , and like our FACEBOOK page!

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