Intervention for drug & substance addiction
Rob Bell served as a state prosecutor for half of a decade. In his time doing this work he served the community by prosecuting close to 2400 criminal cases. He assisted with taking many drug dealers off the streets which in turn lowered the rates of drug addiction in Virginia. Rob Bell takes mental health issues very seriously, and he is passionate about decreasing the number of people who become addicted to drugs in the state of Virginia
During his time working he paved the way for positive change regarding the laws surrounding mental health issues.
Deceptive Behavior, Unexplainable financial issues, Changes in personality and behavior,etc.
An increase or boost in mood that is followed by a crash and extreme tiredness.
Dilated pupils, An increase in energy, An increased desire to discuss ideas, etc.
Psychedelics are not physically addictive, but in some cases, people with escapist tendencies abuse them.
Get a Plan
Our counselors are trained in helping people with developing long-term recovery plans.
Actively Practice your Coping Mechanisms
Breathing techniques and meditation are two great examples of coping mechanisms that are most effective when practiced regularly.
Build a Support System
Working to establish new and healthier relationships can help you to keep your life healthy and free from unhealthy influences.
Volunteering is a great way to make use of free time and to assist with the process of making new connections, which in turn can make life more enjoyable.