There are unique needs in Substance Abuse Treatment for the LGBT community, especially in cases of speed, crystal meth, and methamphetamine abuse.
Here at Witts Inn Addiction Recovery Services – both at our Orange County as well as in our other Southern California locations – we understand the rampant drug abuse occurring within the LGBT communities.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people want psychological guidance among their allies. We are best served by drug / alcohol and dual diagnosis professionals who have taken the time in education to explore our specific sensitivities.
Chemical dependence, substance abuse and the personality disorders that coexist in addiction.
Addiction, Mental Health and Trauma in the GLBT Community
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Culture accepts and promotes alcohol and marijuana. Drug use is often a part of dating.
Melissa Etheridge known as “in the Marijuana business” and a medical marijuana advocate recently sang at a women’s prison in Ohio for the inmates in an addiction-recovery group singing “A Little Bit of Me.” She and her audience were moved by this performance.
I’m not saying this means Etheridge is getting into substance abuse treatment LGBT or changing her opinions, I’m saying I hold on to news like this as a sign that recovery from active addiction is an issue important to everyone.
Maybe you feel you have enough sigma in your life experience.
Rehab and recovery is something to feel good about.
Make a difference, know substance abuse treatment is a pathway to more peace of mind and self acceptance.
Witts Inn addiction recovery placement services are helpful to people from all walks of life. Wherever you are or are not on your personal spiritual path, your creed, race, religion, or lack of religion is not our concern.
We want to know
“What you want to do about your addiction or dual diagnosis issues and
How we can help.”
Loriann Witte CAC, RAS, NCDAI
(949) 413-4109 text only
(949) 292-2000) Office
My Blog http://get.WIrecovery.com