Marijuana Rehab in Alaska
Free by the Sea is a comprehensive rehabilitation facility in Ocean Park, WA helping individuals with an unhealthy addiction to marijuana. Serving men and women of all ages across Alaska, we are dedicated to improving an individual’s life and well-being through personalized treatment programs.
Proudly serving residents in Alaska, including Anchorage and Juneau.
What Is Marijuana Abuse?
Marijuana abuse occurs when an individual uses marijuana regardless of the negative repercussions to their health, family life, and career. Continued use of marijuana leads to addiction, forcing the individual to use the substance to start their day and stay awake. Marijuana use is a substance that leads you down a dangerous path, seeking a high from other types of substances.
What Are the Signs of Marijuana Abuse?
Look for these common signs if you suspect you or a loved one has a problem with marijuana:
- Bloodshot eyes
- Denial of marijuana use
- Decreased performance at work or school
- Paranoia and anxiety
- Legal problems relating to marijuana use
- Persistent cough
- Distorted view of reality
- Increased respiratory issues
- Insatiable hunger or the “munchies”
- Neglecting responsibilities at home, work, or school
- Irresponsible and risky behavior
- Difficulty maintaining relationships
What Are the Risk Factors for Marijuana Addiction?
Addiction to marijuana can happen to anyone, regardless of their age, gender, race, or ethnicity. There are a few risk factors that can increase an individual’s chances of addiction, such as:
- Low self-esteem
- Dysfunctional home growing up
- History of substance abuse in the family
- Viewing the first drug use experience as positive
- Individual history of substance abuse
- Easily succumbs to peer pressure
- Trauma in the past related to physical or sexual abuse
What Is Marijuana Abuse Treatment?
Treatment involves inpatient programs, which vary depending on the individual’s needs. Different approaches include substance abuse and mental health therapy (group and individual), learning life and coping skills, relapse prevention techniques, and stress management. Typically, individuals abusing marijuana will seek treatment with a program offering personalized treatment based on the seriousness of the addiction and the individual’s history.
Free by the Sea is a beautiful campus, located on the Long Beach Peninsula in Ocean Park, WA. Our community of dedicated professionals are committed to provide care to all individuals with dignity and respect. Client centered care respectful of individual needs and concerns is the foundation of our approach. We adhere to evidence-based practices which are focused on successful outcomes for long term recovery. Services provided include:
- 77 treatment beds.
- Masters level addiction counselors.
- High quality evidence-based addiction treatment, including gambling.
- DBT, CBT, EMDR and trauma informed treatment addresses underlying issues of addiction that include depression, anxiety, self-esteem and relationships.
- Relapse Prevention, Life Skills, Addiction education provided in groups and individual sessions
- Twelve step meetings include celebrate recovery, wellbriety, dual disorder and AA/NA/GA
- We offer residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient levels of care.
- Peaceful and safe setting located on five acres facing the Pacific Ocean.
- Multi-sport areas that include volleyball/basketball courts and an exercise room.
- Nutritionally designed meals to restore health
Why Wait? Call Us Today.
If you or a loved one are struggling with marijuana addiction, there is hope for breaking the cycle and restoring a healthy lifestyle. Free by the Sea offers several marijuana treatment options. Contact us for more information.
Contact Free by the Sea
Residents across Alaska, including the cities of Anchorage and Juneau, do not have to suffer with their marijuana addiction in silence. Free by the Sea is nationally recognized and treats all ages regardless of their gender. Contact us today and discuss treatment options with our staff.