We provide information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction to drugs, alcohol, and gambling.  Our certified addiction counselors and medical staff work with you to find the root causes of your addiction.

Complete Healthcare operates to equip patients and families with the best information, resources, and tools to overcome addiction to get back to the things that you love doing. Complete Healthcare focuses on behavior health to change habits and help people find a life in recovery. Substance abuse and mental health go hand in hand. Complete Healthcare uses both group interaction and individual counseling services to develop a customized plan to your recovery. Complete Healthcare advisors are there to chat anytime 24/7, through a confidential call system and you can also reach them by email through this website.  We are here to help you or your loved one. Complete Healthcare is where Hope is Found.

Everyone’s road to recovery is different.

Substance abuse can impact a person’s life and spiral out of control fast.  Family members, loved ones, and co-workers can all be affected by an addict’s behavior and habits. If you are witnessing signs and symptoms of drug abuse and are concerned about your loved one’s physical and mental health, we can help get them on the right path to wellness.

Addiction can be to street drugs, prescription drugs, and alcohol. If someone is showing signs of addiction, contact us to get them qualified help they need.

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Signs of Addiction:

Physical Signs of Addiction:

• Enlarged or small pupils
• Sudden weight gain or loss
• Bloodshot eyes
• Insomnia
• Unusual body odors
• Poor hygiene
• Slurred speech

Psychological Signs of Addiction:

• Sudden mood swings
• Lack of motivation
• Emotionally and mentally withdrawn
• Paranoia
• Irritable and angry
• Personality change
• Anxiety

If you or a loved one is showing any of these signs of addiction, contact us to start the recovery!


Signs of Overdose:

Overdose and withdrawal from drugs and alcohol can be dangerous and requires medical attention.

Signs of Overdose:

• Drowsiness
• Violent behavior
• Aggression
• Hallucinations
• Delusions
• Nausea and vomiting
• Loss of consciousness

Withdrawal Symptoms:

• Nausea or vomiting
• Loss of appetite
• Headaches
• Confusion
• Hallucinations
• Fatigue
• Seizures
• Depression
• Fever
• Insomnia

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