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    If you feel yourself or a loved one are in need of professional medical based rehab for either marijuana use or any other drug dependence or co-occurring mental disorder then please feel free to consult our rehab center referral directory. Our directory listings cover every state in North America and include information such as the type of treatment offered, official accreditation and any specialization each individual rehab service provider may offer as many specialize in their own unique fields and in providing their own custom services. Every provider can vary significantly so make sure you research any perspective recovery center thoroughly and that they meet your own unique individual needs.

    Choosing the right provider can very often mean the difference between success or failure as an adolescent teen can have such extremely different needs to a mature individual or a person suffering from a comorbid mental health related issue and therefore can be in need of a completely different type of therapy and treatment program.

    You wouldn’t want your brain operated on by a heart surgeon or vice versa and the same is as true for drug addiction treatment, just as with any other type of medical treatment one size definitely does not fit all. Always research as thoroughly as you can beforehand what kind of treatment provider is going to meet your needs, make sure you do your background research both online and off and call and question a number of different providers.

    Good providers will be happy to talk to you in-depth about the exact nature of the treatment plan they offer and answer any questions you may have. While time is always a factor when it comes to saving yourself or a loved one from addiction, never rush into going with a drug rehab provider that you lack faith in or don’t feel comfortable with, we hope you find our referral directory a useful place to start.


    For further assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can also call the US Government’s FREE SAMHSA’s National Helpline on 1-800-662-HELP (4357)


    Good luck with your search,


    Cannabis Rehab Admin

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    blogs/quit stories

    hey alice

    Ive been reading some of your posts on here, very supportive
    what are some blogs or quit stories u had been reading?
    i am trying to quit, been

    Unregistered Today, 12:20 AM Go to last post

    Quitting cannabis marijuana and appetite

    Mmmm....interesting. When I quit after about 20 years of daily use I had almost zero appetite for about a month. And lost weight.
    It takes a while for your body

    JWC 02-16-2020, 01:12 PM Go to last post


    I quit weed 2 weeks ago and I've turned into pac man. I just chomp my way through everything and I seem to be loose g a bit of weight. Cant find any info

    Unregistered 02-15-2020, 07:40 PM Go to last post

    Sore joints after quiting

    This happens to me every single time I quit weed. It always goes away after a while.

    Brittney 02-13-2020, 08:33 PM Go to last post
    Cannabis Rehab Admin

    Cannabis CBD extracts may work as a treatment for both drug and cannabis addiction

    This may be a potentially somewhat controversial approach in the eyes of some or will at least probably significantly divide opinion as does everything when it comes to both using drugs and marijuana including recovering from addiction, however in the interests of approaching the issue

    Cannabis Rehab Admin 02-09-2020, 11:56 PM Go to last post

    2 months off weed. Still bored as hell

    Hi guys, never really been apart of any forum before so thought I would give this a go. I quit weed 2 months ago, I used to sniff cocaine an had a blow out and almost lose

    Neil 02-09-2020, 11:46 AM Go to last post

    Stopping smoking

    I stopped smoking about 4-5 weeks ago and have been feeling shocking really lightheaded, sweating, shaking and had heart palpitations once which was scary

    Unregistered 02-05-2020, 03:41 AM Go to last post

    Extreme fatigue after quitting. Is it normal?

    Hi Andres,

    Ya, I would say your extreme fatigue could definitely be a withdrawal symptom. Nice that you are not experiencing anxiety or depression. I think if you can see

    JWC 02-05-2020, 01:05 AM Go to last post

    Weight Loss After Quitting Smoking

    I quit smoking weed a week ago and have lost 15lbs so far. Haven’t changed my diet much either, or lifestyle, which is far from laborious.

    Unregistered 02-04-2020, 12:58 PM Go to last post

    Extreme fatigue after quitting. Is it normal?

    I've been a regular user for almost 20 years. A heavy user, chronic. Smoking in the morning (wake and bake), another one before lunch, in the middle afternoon,

    Andres_L7 01-28-2020, 01:07 AM Go to last post

    How long does cannabis withdrawal last

    I had really bad night sweats but they gradually diminished. By month 3 or 4 they pretty much stopped. Theres really nothing i found in my experience

    Eroica 01-27-2020, 07:57 PM Go to last post

    How long does cannabis withdrawal last

    Hi Ray

    That is quite a story! You must feel so great to be substance free.

    I used cannabis off and on from about 14 years old until about 32. Nowhere near any kind of habit. I did it recreationally and would go for

    JWC 01-27-2020, 03:16 AM Go to last post

    How long does cannabis withdrawal last

    I have been addicted to drugs in one form or another since age 14. I am now 45. Age 14-17 I used cannabis, amphetamineso. Ltd. Mdma. I then went onto heroin and crack cocaine at

    Ray 01-26-2020, 01:47 AM Go to last post

    Don’t make excuses for Drugs

    I had been on weed 15 years grew up with it in the home. Problem is when a situation is done by your parents we think it is right .That is a joke we basically

    Unregistered 01-24-2020, 11:19 AM Go to last post

    Life without pot feels profoundly BORING now... is this common? Will it pass?

    I love your observation about there being a difference between happiness and pleasure and that happiness is harder earned. :-)

    JWC 01-23-2020, 02:20 PM Go to last post
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