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Waterloo, IL Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

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Waterloo, Illinois, a small city south of St. Louis, has historic buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When you are looking for help to overcome the challenges of substance use disorder (SUD), search for Waterloo drug rehab, they have program options and treatment programs in the area that will be customized to meet your individual needs. SUD is a medical condition that has been referred to as a national crisis because it affects millions of people every year, causing thousands of preventable illnesses and premature deaths. SUD results in changes to the function and structure of the brain that causes compulsive drug-using and drug-seeking behaviors despite the damaging consequences. SUD is a chronic condition that requires lifelong management. In treatment, you will learn the tools and skills needed to recover and live a productive and gratifying life without drugs. Recovery is not easy, and as in other aspects of life, you will experience setbacks from time to time. As you practice living in recovery, you will become more resilient and better at living abstinently. In treatment, you will learn how your thinking and attitudes affect your behaviors, and you will practice changing those thoughts to improve how you navigate tricky situations, especially those with intense emotions, so that you can avoid relapse. Avoiding relapse may feel like the goal of recovery, but you will want to remember that SUD is a relapsing disease, and if you do relapse, it doesn’t mean you have failed. You will start again to build on what you’ve learned, and your program will be modified to better meet your needs. Building a solid support network of family and friends will help you on your recovery journey. To find the support of others who genuinely understand recovery, you may want to participate in a peer group such as Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery. These groups offer free online and local in-person meetings and consist of others in recovery who will welcome you to their community. Recovery from SUD is possible, and effective treatment programs are available through rehab centers in Illinois.

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