Life’s Ups & Downs Don’t Start & Stop with Drug Use

Success Is Possible

If you’ve been struggling with drug abuse, know that addiction is a very treatable condition. With professional residential care and hard work, you can regain control of your life.

Typical Day

Residential treatment typically consists of individual, group, and family therapies. In addition, you may participate in experiential or recreational activities that will help you reach your recovery goals.

Taking The Next Step

During the admissions process, you will meet the members of your treatment team, discuss your needs and goals, and get answers to any questions that you have about what to expect during treatment. We have worked diligently to make this a stress-free process, with the focus on developing a personalized plan that’s perfect for you.

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1. Have you ever abused substances while alone?

2. Have friends and/or family members expressed concern about your substance use?

3. Has your substance use been a source of conflict in your marriage or with your boyfriend/girlfriend?

4. Have you lied to friends or family members about the amount and frequency of your substance use?

5. Have you lied to a doctor in order to obtain prescription medications?

6. Has your substance use negatively impacted your performance at work or school?

7. Have you stolen substances, or stolen money or property in order to buy substances?

8. Have you awakened after using substances with no memory about what you did while you were high?

9. Have you used substances in order to wake up in the morning and/or to go to sleep at night?

10. Have you used one substance in order to intensify the high from another substance?

11. Have you used one substance in order to recover from using another substance?

12. Have you used substances as a way of dealing with stress, pressure, and other negative experiences?

13. Have you tried and failed to reduce the amount and/or frequency of your substance use?

14. When you try to stop using, or when you can’t use, do you start to feel sluggish, sick, agitated, or depressed?

15. Do you worry that you might have a substance abuse problem?

Thank you for taking Bayside Marin's Addiction Screening.

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The Bayside Marin team does an amazing job of making sure that every part of each client's day-to-day activities is a top-notch experience.

– Anonymous Client