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*The FIND HELP Tool is only currently available in the U.S. Check out International Resources for more treatment options.

You Are Not Alone

More than anything, you deserve to know this—you are not alone. We hope these stories find you like a friend, or a bit of light in the darkness.

About Addiction

Addiction is a chronic brain disorder. People facing an addiction cannot control their need for a given substance; this lack of control is the result of changes in the brain, which in turn impacts their behavior. Symptoms include developing tolerance to the effects of the substance over time and withdrawal when the person is not using the substance. 1

Some statistics:

  1. 1 American Psychiatric Association
  2. 2 SAMHSA "Mental Health, United States, 2010"
  3. 3 Drug Abuse Statistics
  4. 4 United Nations World Drug Report 2019
  5. 5 United Nations World Drug Report 2021


Disclaimer: Although TWLOHA believes in the power of professional help, you are responsible for selecting the provider or treatment. TWLOHA cannot accept responsibility for any of the services provided by these or any other providers.

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