What should I do if I find drug paraphernalia?

Finding out that your loved one is in possession of drug paraphernalia can be shocking and even frightening. After all, owning paraphernalia is a warning sign for drug addiction. The first thing you should do if you find drug paraphernalia is to speak to a mental health professional at a recovery facility who can help you to understand if your loved one might be suffering from addiction. From there, you will be able to learn about treatment options and find hope that your loved one will soon recover from this deadly disorder.

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