Signs of Addiction in Teens

Signs of substance abuse manifest in several areas including behavioral changes such as mood changes or secretiveness. Personal appearance may change. You may smell smoke on your adolescent’s clothing or hair or fingers may appear stained or burned. Your teen may begin using eye drops frequently or want to go out every night altering personal habits. Home and car related issues may emerge.

You may find medications or money missing from the home or see unusual items used for containers in the car. Health may be affected. Drugs can cause runny nose, queasiness, open sores, or headaches or depression. Lastly, school or work can be affected. Your child may lose interest in extra -curricular activities or not follow through on responsibilities.

The first step is to talk with your teen when you see changes. Change is the constant during adolescent years so it is important to find out the cause of any observed change. Ask your adolescent if he or she is using drugs or alcohol.

What can you do to learn more about the risk factors of drug use and why teens turn to drugs?

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Addiction Recovery for Adults

Looking for a 12 Step Addiction Recovery Program? Then Try:

Addiction Recovery

Located at the First United Methodist Church in Clermont, FL


6:00 – 6:30 pm

Pre-Worship Fellowship {optional}

7 :00 – 8:00 pm

Large Group Worship-Sanctuary

8:00 – 9:00 pm

Small Open Share Groups

9:00 – 9:30 pm

Café Connection {Coffee, desserts & healthy snacks}

Free childcare for ages birth – 5th Grade {Ed. Bldg.}

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Central Florida Psychological Consultants, Inc., fully supports Celebrate Recovery with volunteer time and encouragement.  We do not profit form Celebrate Recovery nor are we affilated with Celebrate Recovery.  Celebrate Recovery is a ministry of the First United Methodist Church of Clermont, FL.

Preparing for change: 5 key steps to addiction recovery

  1. Remind yourself of the reasons you want to change.
  2. Think about your past attempts at quitting, if any. What worked? What didn’t?
  3. Set specific, measurable goals, such as a quit date or limits on your drug use.
  4. Remove reminders of your addiction from your home and workplace.
  5. Tell friends and family that you’re quitting and ask for their support.
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If you have more complex issues or wish to speak to a therapist, call us at (352) 365-2243