Marijuana is addictive, and you need marijuana addiction treatment right away! Many people feel that marijuana is not a drug and that is fine everyone can have their opinions. The truth is Marijuana is a drug. Marijuana is a psychoactive substance that releases endorphins in the brain and effects your motor functions. Essentially you can get very messed up on weed. Marijuana addiction is more complicated to get over than other addictions and can take years, even decades, to overcome. If you have tried but failed to stop using marijuana, do not give up hope! We offer a marijuana recovery program specifically designed to help you overcome your addiction. Recovery is possible, and this is the place to start!
We have a proven track record of helping people in marijuana recovery overcome marijuana addiction and enjoy life again. Our goal is to provide the best possible service for our patients’ needs. We put the patient first and offer personalized care based on your individual needs, not just those listed in the brochure of every marijuana treatment center.
With years of experience in the field, we understand how to address the physical and emotional challenges of marijuana addiction and treatment. Our specialists will help you find your way out of this maze and start your recovery. In more recent years we have been seeing individuals going into full blown mental psychosis from todays marijuana. The THC content is so high it is affecting people’s mental capacity. Yes I am sure some of you are dabbing all day and are just fine, however others are not and it is okay to seek help for it. Weed can actually be very addictive. It helps you sleep, helps you eat, reduces anxiety for some people (others not so much). We understand marijuana and marijuana treatment.
We offer personalized and comprehensive medical marijuana treatment tailored to your individual needs through one-on-one therapy sessions to encourage self-examination, individual counseling sessions for a deeper understanding of personal issues, and other effective pain management approaches.