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It’s difficult to watch a family member or friend struggle with opioid addiction. Remember, your support can go a long way in getting them the help they need. If someone you care about is using drugs:

  LEARN ABOUT ADDICTION :
The best thing you can do to start helping your family member or friend is to learn more about what they're going through. [Read More]
  OFFER SUPPORT:
Tell your family member or friend that you're concerned and want to support them.
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  HELP THEM FIND TREATMENT :
Learn about the treatment options available in your area.
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  TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF :
Supporting someone who is dealing with addiction is difficult. Make sure you have your own support system in place.
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