Always help someone. You might be the only one that does.
We desperately need to tackle the idea that someone has to hit “rock bottom” in order to receive mental health support. I cannot reiterate enough how vital early-intervention is. You wouldn’t wait for every bone in a person’s body to break before you treated their broken arm.
Seeing someone overdose on a drug like fentanyl can be scary. If you see the signs of an opioid overdose, call 911, follow their instructions and stay until help has arrived. You have the power to save a life. https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/health-and-wellness/preventing-opioid-related-overdoses
Surrender is the intersection between acceptance and change.
You don’t get over an addiction by stopping using. You recover by creating a new life where it is easier to not user. If you don’t create a new life, then all the factors that brought you to your addiction will catch up with you again.