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24-hour Free Marijuana Hotline | Marijuana Addiction Helpline Numbers

Marijuana addiction helplines are a toll-free, confidential, and 24 hour solution to find addiction treatment if you or a loved one are struggling to quit. Our representatives are on the line to hear your story and help you find affordable and personalized drug treatment.

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24-Hour Marijuana Addiction Hotline

Sometimes, marijuana use, whether it started for recreational or medicinal purposes, can grow into abuse or addiction. This is no surprise, especially since marijuana is the third most commonly used addictive substance, right after alcohol and tobacco.1

About 9% of people who abuse marijuana will struggle with marijuana-related substance abuse disorder (SUD). This number goes up to 17% if they’ve started using it in their teen years.2 

On average, individuals seeking help at some of the marijuana addiction recovery hotlines have been using marijuana almost daily for more than ten years. Most have attempted to stop using marijuana at least six times.3

As a result, in 2015, approximately 4 million US residents met the diagnostic criteria for SUD. Additionally, 138,000 individuals have voluntarily sought treatment for their addiction and have called a marijuana addiction recovery hotline.4,5

What Is a Marijuana Addiction Hotline?

Marijuana addiction hotlines are designed to provide you with treatment and addiction resources and information on getting help for marijuana abuse. Most of the time, marijuana addiction hotlines are focused on that specific drug, as well as any co-occurring disorders that you may be experiencing.6

Treating patients with marijuana addiction typically requires a unique approach. Different individuals may benefit from different treatment models. Addiction hotlines for marijuana abuse can help you find a treatment facility that will provide you with the help you need.7

What Questions Should I Ask a Marijuana Helpline?

When dialing a marijuana abuse 24/7 hotline number for help, you might wonder what questions to ask. Overall, you’d want to get as much information as you possibly can about the available treatment options. A few good questions might include:8

Why Should I Call a Marijuana Addiction Hotline Number?

There are multiple reasons why someone might want to call an addiction hotline for marijuana abuse. Typically, you’d want to learn some information, including:8

Are Marijuana Hotlines Free and/or Confidential?

As the risk of both short-term and long-term marijuana effects is rather high, and the number of marijuana-related SUD cases is rising, there are several 24-hour marijuana helplines that you can call.2

These hotlines are always confidential and most are free. They serve as a way to get 24/7 marijuana addiction help, providing you with access to resources safely, without compromising your private information.9 

When Should I Call a Marijuana Hotline?

Some marijuana users believe that this substance is harmless. It’s even legal in some states. This makes it challenging to understand whether a user has a problem with addiction and whether they should call a marijuana hotline.10

Overall, you should consider calling a helpline if you notice some common signs of marijuana addiction. These include:11

  • Using marijuana in larger amounts over a longer period of time than initially planned.
  • An inability to reduce or even control marijuana use.
  • Cravings.
  • Difficulties meeting responsibilities at home, school, or work due to marijuana use.
  • Continuing to use marijuana even though it’s causing interpersonal problems.
  • Neglecting recreational, occupational, or social activities in favor of using marijuana.
  • Using marijuana in dangerous situations, such as when driving a vehicle.
  • Continuing to use marijuana even when it’s causing psychological or physical problems.
  • Developing tolerance.
  • Developing withdrawal symptoms that would require detox when the use stops.

To meet the criteria for marijuana use disorder, an individual must exhibit 2 or more symptoms in a 12-month period. At this moment, chances are that the individual is already addicted. Once this happens, they’ll give the drug a high priority in their lives. Because of this, it might be challenging to quit without professional marijuana addiction help.11

What Can I Expect From a Marijuana Help Hotline?

When you call a 24-hour marijuana helpline, you’ll speak to a qualified representative. They will listen to your story, assess your individual situation and substance abuse, and guide you through your next options. They will also ask several questions to gather information about:8

  • Your current state of well-being and environment.
  • Your or your loved one’s marijuana use.
  • Any pre-existing co-occurring disorders, such as depression or anxiety.
  • Your insurance policy and coverage.

Free Marijuana Addiction Hotline Resources

There are many 24/7 hotlines that can provide you with not just marijuana help, but help for other addictive substances. Of course, if you are in an emergency, you should call 911 immediately. 

Some helpful hotlines for addiction are:

How Can I Find a Nearby Marijuana Rehab Facility?

The best way to find a nearby facility is to contact helplines for marijuana addiction and to ask them about the treatment centers located in your area. 

You might also want to contact AAC and see what treatment options they can provide you or your loved one with. You might also want to check out the resources they offer on alcohol and drug abuse and see if you can get the help you need.

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