Drug Court

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I need Drug Court for many different reasons. Reasons first I was an addict for a very long time over 10 years of my life. I had hit rock bottom I didn’t have any goals and did not know where my life was headed. Second most I did not know or have time to think days went by with me just not participating in them. I was spending money and not knowing where it went the next day. Drug Court helped me out a lot I did not know that Drug Court had the tools to make me stop. The reality hit me when I was told I had to go to Drug Court and they sent me to rehab for inpatient treatment that is when I the the real truth and reality. I met a lot of addicts like myself we sat around telling what we have done in our past and what started us to our habits, what was our down fall, and what we had to do to change it. I had a great counselor who took time with me one on one and that made it easier for me to tell my history. Everything I told him was confidential it never got brought up again. It was a good experience in treatment even though I am in Drug Court I think it never would have work out if I never went to rehab. I was mad and did not want to go but it did me a lot of good deeds to those tools from treatment within the rehabilitation center and use them in the real world today. I also needed Drug Court because I was running the streets did not have time for my family, nor my kids. Now I have all the time in the world when I am not working to provide for my kids and loving every minute I do have. My whole life has changed since I came into Drug Court it put me back where I needed to be in life, because I could not do it by myself. I also learned how to control my anger. That was another big issue in my life I could not control until I went to rehab. If someone would speak or raise their voice in a certain way I would not know how to control my attitude, now I do. It now seems hard for me to get mad at someone. I would just let them settle down then try to talk the...
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