The best way is to keep him in a jail so that he could not get drugs from any where this can cure the addicted one .
Like any addiction or self destructive activity you can't do anything, the person has to want to end the addiction himself. Involuntary participation in "cures" or interventions does not work, jails only change the source of supply (and lower the quality), religion doesn't help, enabling the addict until they "find a way out" only prolongs the problem. Support when they are in program voluntarily is the only option.
Send the person you are trying to help to a rehab. Send them to detox at a hospital first, the detoxing stage is probably the hardest stage of getting help with a drug addiction. Detoxing at home or anywhere else besides the hospital will not work if they are detoxing off of some of the harder drug's as heroin, meth, etc.) As soon as they finish detoxing take them to a rehab as soon as possible. Usually they stay there for about 1 month or more. Visit the person you are trying to help while they are in rehab so they get excited for something and they feel loved and supported. When they get out of rehab be by their side and make sure they have a support system and have their schedule busy at all times. Don't have them feeling that they are not trusted but still make sure you are remembering they are a drug addict still and they will always have that craving. Drug addicts will NEVER forget their drug no matter what. It could be 20 years of recovery and something will happen and they can relapse so always be by their side and support them.
Drug abuse and addiction support can be found at a drug abuse hotline. The best way to help a friend with drug abuse and addiction problems is to give them a phone number to a drug abuse hotline and make sure they talk to a specialist who is trained to help people in such situations.
When it comes to someone who is on drugs, as much as you may want to help them you can only help someone who wants to help themselves and is willing to change for the better. Either way a good place to start is a rehabilitation center or having him attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
One can go to a therapist to help a friend with substance abuse. Therapists and other specialists can be found through one's insurance plan or a website such as Addiction Care Options.
drug abuse could lead to drug addiction and dependence
There are many rehabilitation centers that someone could seek help from an addiction to alcohol. Many cities have drug treatment and counselling available. Check your phone book for a local location.
Google works best for search Specific keywords to search for could be: Teens and drugs teen drug abuse teen addiction adolescent addiction adolescent drug abuse teen drug rehab things like that. Those searches should come back with quite a bit of info if used on Google.
someone who is there and could be your friend. who knows, maybe they could be really close to you in your future?
It's pretty much bullying someone or threatening them without physical contact, such as threats and abusive language. You could verbally abuse someone by teasing them about certain features of themselves.
you could ask them, but if someone comes to you to talk, or asks for help, or something, then you could say that their a friend. it just might take sometime before it seems sorta obvious.
There are no stages of addiction because LSD is not used in a way that could form addiction.
A child abuse survivor is someone who has survived through child abuse through out their lives. Whether it was sexual, mental, or physical abuse they survived. By surviving it could either mean by not getting killed by the abuser or not committing suicide.
A good friend would be someone that you have some things in common with; someone that you trust; someone that you respect and that respects you; someone you find easy to talk to. A good friend can like different things than you do, a good friend can disagree on certain things with you, but a good friend will be willing to discuss differences and be able accommodate the friend's feeling and beliefs. A good friend could be you.
It could reduce self esteem and at younger ages, it could make them feel as if it is normal and/or they deserve it.
your friend may have heard a rumor about you. someone could have told them a lie and said you were talking about them