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  • The 12 Most Expensive / Luxury Rehabs in the US

    You don't need to be a millionaire to go to rehab, but a person with a little extra money to spend and the desire to get sober can choose from many expensive or luxury rehabs in the United States. Southern California, specifically picturesque ...

    ... rehab options in the New York City metro area, Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona and Utah, too. “Most centers ... . The Meadows The Sonoran Desert hideaway treats addictions to alcohol, drugs, and sex, as well as mental health ... continue reading
  • Heroin's Death Toll Hits an All-Time High in New York

    New York City has a serious heroin problem on their hands and new data released by the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene reveals just how deep the issue goes. In fact, more people died from unintentional heroin overdoses in New York ...

    ... Yorkers. Spikes were also seen among older Hispanic users in the Bronx. A Look at the Hard Numbers New York City experienced a total of 782 drug overdoses in 2013. Out of all 782 cases, 420 people fatally overdosed on ... continue reading
  • Party Culture and Substance Use

    Three out of five college students actively drink alcohol, and more than half of them practice binge drinking - or drinking enough to significantly raise blood alcohol content (BAC) levels in a short span of time. Typically, this means four drinks ...

    ... the city where social activity revolves around club and bar scenes where alcohol is prevalent. Held up next to cities like Las Vegas, New Orleans, and New York City, Providence's problem is a bit unexpected - coming from ... continue reading
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  • Sentencing by State 2

    have led to overcrowded facilities, skyrocketing prison costs, and major social, economic, and political impacts. Currently, nearly half of all inmates in federal prisons are serving sentences for drug offenses. Many are fathers and mothers who miss ...

    ... most prevalent drug in five states (Florida, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and D.C.) and tied for most ... 17 million per year to battle drug and alcohol abuse. Although treatment programs have proven somewhat successful ... continue reading
  • Fentanyl: The Newest Lethal Injection Ingredient

    Fifty times stronger than heroin , the synthetic opioid fentanyl is flooding the drug market - and heightening the danger of overdose. In search of cheaper mixes and stronger highs, dealers now lace heroin and cocaine with this potent drug. We've ...

    ... could have yielded approximately 32 million lethal doses.” That's enough to take out the entire state of New York, along with neighboring Pennsylvania. Let that sink in for a minute. Beyond the Death Chamber When we look ... continue reading
  • Heroin Abuse

    About Heroin Abuse What Is Heroin? Heroin use is increasing across new demographics. Learn more about this disturbing trend. Heroin is a substance that is both illegal and extremely addictive . The substance derives from opium from the poppy plant ...

    ... from the New York Times illustrates the heroin addiction epidemic in the US. Credit: The New York Times Effects ... From there, outpatient mental health, drug and alcohol counseling, and community supports can be utilized to ... continue reading
  • States Scramble to Prevent Sale of Powdered Alcohol

    Palcohol, a new form of powdered alcohol , hasn't even made its way to U.S. shelves yet, but some states are already taking immediate steps to ban the product from seeing the light of day. Early Intervention in Colorado Palcohol, marketed by ...

    ... our society…we have enough problems with the liquid kind.” New York Joins the Ban New York Senator Charles Schumer has also pushed for a ban on powdered alcohol, expressing concern that it could become the “Kool-Aid of ... continue reading
  • Your Brain on Drugs: Studying Cocaine's Effect on Blood Flow

    Stimulant drugs like cocaine can cause serious blood flow problems within the brain. When there is an insufficient flow of rich, oxygenated blood to the brain, it can result in aneurysm-like bleeding and strokes. Researchers have developed a new ...

    ... stimulant drug abuse affects the brain. Developed by a team of researchers from Stony Brook University in New York and the U.S. National Institutes of Health, details of this scientific breakthrough were published in the ... continue reading
  • From Bath Salts to Flakka: Searching for Designer Drugs

    Share on Twitter Share on Facebook The new and unfamiliar often elicits fear of the unknown. But when the new and unfamiliar is a drug - and when this drug is attributed to episodes of extreme paranoia, acts of superhuman strength, and reports of ...

    ... Florida in search prevalence. Flakka has made an appearance in Valdosta, GA ; in North Texas ; in Western New York ; and in Southern California . It's up in the air whether or not flakka's geographical spread, search ... continue reading
  • 5 Things About Kratom You Need to Know

    Recently, a drug called kratom, has come into the center of national controversy.Also referred to as 'ketum' or 'kakuam', taking kratom produces opiate-like effects. Kratom is legal in the U.S. and many people begin taking the drug to help with ...

    ... serving the drug as a brewed beverage. States like Colorado, New York, North Carolina, are opening spots where you can sit ... symptoms from opioids or other substances like alcohol. However, there is no evidence in the ... continue reading
  • Overdosed

    The United States is experiencing an epidemic of drug overdose deaths: every year, nearly 44,000 lives are tragically lost, with more than half of the fatalities caused by prescription drugs. We've analyzed the latest government data to find out why ...

    ... drug deaths in America? Our data come from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which analyzes the death certificates ... drug overdose in New York City: implications for intervention,” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 79 (2005 ... continue reading
  • Seized

    In 2015, Border Patrol prevented more than 1.5 million pounds of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and meth from entering the United States. 1 In the same year, the Coast Guard intercepted 72 vessels and more than 150,000 pounds of drugs. 2 These ...

    ... the national average. Delaware is within easy driving distance of several major drug distribution centers, including Baltimore, New York City, and Washington, D.C., 17 which could explain its ranking. Cocaine typically ... continue reading
  • Risk of Counterfeit and Laced Drugs

    Results from the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that approximately 27 million people aged 12 or older were current illicit drug users. That figure amounts to 1 in every 10 people having used illegal drugs in the past month. With a ...

    ... hair samples of nightclub/festival-attending young adults in New York City who reported lifetime Molly/MDMA/ecstasy use, ... from heroin cut with fentanyl. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in Florida, ... continue reading
  • Progressive Ways Some States Are Reducing Nonviolent Drug Offender Incarcerations

    The United States has some of the highest incarceration rates in the world. In 2008 alone, the United States had placed one out of every 48 working men behind bars; that's a lot of people to support with tax money. In fact, about $75 billion was ...

    ... was estimated to reduce the state's prison population by 27,000 and save about $1 billion. In New York and Rhode Island, mandatory minimum sentencing for drug offenders was repealed in 2009. This helped keep nonviolent ... continue reading
  • Outlook on Opiate Abuse: There’s Good News and Bad News

    It's no secret that the abuse of prescription opioid painkillers, like OxyContin and Percocet , has reached epidemic levels in the United States. But a recently published study highlights a strange trend: Non-medical use of opiates has decreased, ...

    ... a “hopeful” sign, wrote Dr. Lewis Nelson of the New York University School of Medicine and coauthors in a report accompanying the ... emergency room, jail or self-help center treatment options. Treatment of opioid addiction ... continue reading
  • How Concerned Should We Be About Opiates?

    Opiates are a group of drugs that manage pain by depressing the central nervous system (CNS). There are two different kinds of opiates: natural and synthetic. Natural opiates come from the dried “milk” of the poppy plant and include opium, ...

    ... , professor of family and social medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center in New York. 3 Addiction milestones have continued to mount over the years, indicating the growing opiate ... continue reading
  • Over 1 in 10 Americans admit they have had a drinking problem at one stage of their life

    Based on a survey of 2,560 Americans (aged 21+; Google surveys August 2020). State % Alabama 4 Alaska 29 Arizona 17 Arkansas 12 California 19 Colorado 23 Connecticut 10 Delaware 15 Florida 18 Georgia 10 Hawaii 14 Idaho 25 Illinois 14 Indiana 11 Iowa ...

    ... 8 Nebraska 10 Nevada 12 New Hampshire 50 New Jersey 12 New Mexico 25 New York 10 North Carolina 4 North ... 10 Americans (15%) admit they have had a problem with alcohol in at least one stage of their lives. This figure ... continue reading
  • An Analysis of Drug Sentencing Trends in the US

    The United States justice system tries drug offenses on a daily basis, primarily through state courts. Because the vast majority of drug offenses are state cases rather than federal cases, individuals convicted of these crimes are largely tried and ...

    ... is far less severe. In fact, in 39 states, the median prison sentence for possession was 0 months. Georgia, New York, Oklahoma, and Texas all had 2 months as their median sentence followed by California with 3, and ... continue reading
  • Researcher Gets $431,700 to Study the Effects of Meth on Wounds

    It's widely known that meth use can lead to a multitude of health problems: rotten teeth, memory loss, a weakened immune system. Nobody knows this better than Luis Martinez, microbiologist and associate professor of biomedical sciences at the New ...

    ... Nobody knows this better than Luis Martinez, microbiologist and associate professor of biomedical sciences at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). What's Going on Under the Skin? Martinez has spent years studying ... continue reading
  • Russian Roulette: The Hidden Dangers of Cutting Agents in Cocaine and Heroin

    In the United States, more than 47,000 people die from drug overdoses every year . To make matters worse, drug deaths have recently surpassed both automobile and firearm accidents as the leading cause of accidental death in the country. There's no ...

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  • History of Drug Abuse

    History of Substance Abuse Rehabilitation As drugs have been abused for hundreds of years all over the world, their effects have been felt for just as long. Since drugs have been used, there were always those who abused them, which led to full-blown ...

    ... of personal willpower but rather due to the alcohol itself. Rush challenged the accepted belief at the ... illness that could be managed. In 1864, the New York State Inebriate Asylum, the first hospital intended to solely ... continue reading
  • Neighborhood Watch: Drug Sales Drive Drug Use

    Community prevention organizations have known for many years that one of the best predictors of drug use is what's known as “perception of risk.” In general, the higher the perceived risk for a particular drug, the fewer teens and young adults ...

    ... use and drug sales. Community Influence New York University's Center for Drug Use and HIV Research ( ... assistant professor of population health at NYU Langone Medical Center, said his team found a “strong association” ... continue reading
  • The Dangerous (and Deadly) Effects of Spice

    Natural ingredients, legal use, lower cost…it must be healthy, right? The deadly misconception above has led to a growing number of fatalities brought on by synthetic or “designer” drugs. Use of synthetic marijuana - sold under names like ...

    ... , more than 1,900 ER visits and 680 poison control center calls were the result of Spice use. These numbers are ten ... in 2014. And these are just New York State's statistics. The New England Journal of Medicine has reported ... continue reading
  • Ruthless Drug Dealer Ordered to Pay for His Client’s Funeral

    Opioid abuse is killing thousands of Americans each year. Every day, nearly 100 lives are lost to the opioid epidemic. Many of these fatalities are caused by a deadly drug that's secretly added to baggies of heroin (or cocaine) as a cheap way for ...

    ... people in 2016 died from using these substances. In New York City, fentanyl-laced cocaine caused 37 percent of ... step further by making them pay for medical bills or rehab treatment , as well? Tell us what you think about ... continue reading
  • Desperate or Dealer: Officers Tasked With the Vetting Process

    Katrina was arrested in 2006 in South Florida for selling a small amount of heroin . Recently kicked out of a rehab for fraternizing with men, she was living between the couches of different “friends,” most of whom were on drugs or associated ...

    ... small amount of heroin . Recently kicked out of a rehab for fraternizing with men, she was living between the ... to Be a Team Effort The Rutgers Center for Alcohol Studies in New Jersey offers training for police officers in ... continue reading
  • Alcohol Poisoning Deaths are Occurring at an Alarming Rate

    The perception that it's the college crowd most given to binge drinking and alcohol poisoning has just been proven false, thanks to a study recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Cause of a Deadly Problem Of ...

    ... drinking and alcohol poisoning has just been proven false, thanks to a study recently released by the Centers for Disease ... alcohol abusers, not alcoholics with an alcohol dependency. The Finer Details The New York ... continue reading
  • A Closer Look at the History and Use of Cocaine

    Cocaine is a popular CNS (central nervous system) stimulant that is naturally derived from the cocoa plant, which is most commonly grown in South America's Andean region. Though its proper, chemical name is benzoylmethyl ecgonine (C17H21NO4), users ...

    ... the 1970s, where the drug fueled all-night parties at such iconic establishments as Studio 54 in New York City. Today, powder cocaine remains popular among the wealthy and within the college crowd. The United States ... continue reading
  • Want Healthy, Clear Skin? Say No to Alcohol!

    Drinking too much alcohol too often has negative effects on the body, something anyone with nasty hangover experience can validate. Most people are aware that prolonged use of alcohol negatively impacts the liver, kidneys and heart. However, a fact ...

    ... body's largest organ—the skin—in three distinct ways. Alcohol and Its Effects on Skin First, alcohol is a hepatotoxin, says Dr. David Colbert, founder of New York Dermatology Group, meaning it attacks the cells in the ... continue reading
  • 5 Movies That Will Make You Never Want to Do Drugs Again

    Hollywood has a knack for glamorizing controversial subjects and drug use is certainly one of them. Yet for every Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas or Trainspotting , there are also those films that will make you never want to touch drugs again. Here ...

    ... with magic mushrooms and ayahuasca, this movie centers on a seedy Tokyo drug dealer named Oscar ... one of the best depictions of the drug scene of 1970s New York City. Needle Park takes its name from a popular hangout for ... continue reading
  • 5 NFL Players Who Tackled Their Addictions

    Drugs and alcohol have become a major part of NFL culture. From March 2013 to March 2014, NFL players were arrested 27 times on drug charges, and several players have also received lengthy suspensions for positive drug tests, including Cleveland ...

    ... life.” Erik Ainge (New York Jets) Shortly before ... rehab. What came as a surprise to his fans was the extent of his drug use . Ainge was addicted to painkillers by his senior year of college, but heroin, cocaine and alcohol ... continue reading
  • Robert Downey Jr.'s Incredible Comeback from Addiction

    A great Hollywood comeback story, Robert Downey Jr. is now one of the most bankable and highly paid actors in show business, starring in blockbuster comic book films like Iron Man and The Avengers as Iron Man—a role he continued in 2019's ...

    ... cocaine. As reported in a 2003 interview with the New York Times , Downey was arrested multiple times for drug ... Alcohol addiction hotline number Detox Centers Near Me Detoxing from Drugs at Home Free Drug Rehab Centers ... continue reading
  • Cocaine Addiction: Have Scientists Finally Found a Cure?

    The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports an estimated 1.5 million Americans use cocaine. In 2015, our nation saw more than 6,700 cocaine-related deaths. Research indicates around 40 percent of drug-related emergency department visits involve ...

    ... of doctors from Mount Sinai Medical Centre in New York may have finally overcome these roadblocks. This ... -seeking behavior in mice. This molecule affects the reward centers of the brain and is found in higher levels in ... continue reading
  • Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About a Resurgence of Cocaine in the U.S.?

    According to the DEA's annual Drug Threat Assessment cocaine use is on the rise. It looks as if, while in the midst of an opioid epidemic, a lethal storm of cocaine has quietly made landfall in the US. Cocaine-related deaths spiked in 2006 at 7,500 ...

    ... , fentanyl , into cocaine. This deadly duo was responsible for 37 percent of overdose deaths last year in New York. What to Expect The DEA believes the recent surge in the production and distribution of cocaine will lead ... continue reading
  • Can a Judge Order Me Not to Get Pregnant?

    A judge in New York recently ordered a woman who's addicted to drugs not to get pregnant. While no one would argue that someone with an extreme drug problem should get pregnant, there are complex issues involved in ordering someone not to conceive ...

    A judge in New York recently ordered a woman who's addicted to drugs not to get pregnant. While no one ... issue is the mother of four and has struggled with alcohol , cocaine, and meth problems for years. Family Court ... continue reading
  • 9 Things People Get Wrong About Anxiety. #6 Makes it Worse!

    With more than 40 million Americans over the age of 18 currently struggling with some form of anxiety, there's a lot of misinformation floating around out there. From old wives tales to downright dangerous “cures,” if you're struggling with an ...

    ... professor of psychology at Stony Brook University in New York. He goes on to say that safety behaviors ... and very dangerous conditions on your hands. Drugs and alcohol might give you a moment's relief from the effects ... continue reading
  • Christian Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

    Deciding to get help for drug or alcohol addiction can be one of the most impactful and important decisions you ever make. There are many factors to consider when choosing a suitable treatment facility. These may include the location of the ...

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  • Drug And Alcohol Rehab

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  • Holistic Rehab Centers for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Near Me

    What are Holistic Treatment Centers? Holistic addiction treatment centers are an option for people seeking a drug and alcohol rehab program that incorporates both the health of the mind and the body. The term holistic rehab is used to describe ...

    ... are looking for holistic drug or alcohol treatment in Florida, California, Arizona, Georgia, New Jersey or Hawaii. Helpline staff are available free of charge to help you find a rehab center that matches your needs. Call ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol And Crystal Meth Abuse

    Crystal meth is an illicit and powerful stimulant drug that is most commonly smoked, snorted, or injected. It is characterized by its ability to produce a powerful euphoria, increased energy, decreased appetite, and increased heart rate. It is ...

    ... to crystal meth and alcohol can find help at various certified rehab centers . Because crystal meth ... Per NIDA, in that same year, there were an estimated 133,000 new crystal meth users , 12 years of age and older. It takes ... continue reading
  • LGBTQ and Gay-Friendly Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers

    Drug and alcohol addiction treatment is becoming increasingly specialized. Treatment designs have been evolving as a result of numerous studies indicating that recovery success is promoted when issues that distinct demographic groups might face are ...

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  • Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Rehab

    Drinking alcohol is a common and often problematic occurrence throughout the United States, where approximately 17 million people were classified as heavy drinkers in 2020. 1 In that same year, more then 28 million people in the U.S., ages 12 and ...

    ... an Alcohol Rehab Program Near You If you are searching for detoxification centers, inpatient treatment, or outpatient treatment, AAC offers various rehab centers across the United States. California New Jersey Florida ... continue reading
  • Religious Rehab Holds Addicts Against Their Will in Guatemala

    Thousands of drug addicts across Guatemala are receiving treatment at church-based rehabs throughout the country, but many of these patients are being held against their will and physically abused on a daily basis. Several people have reported being ...

    ... People thought I was killed.” “I saw terrible things in that rehab - the owner used to beat up the girls. He would tie ... United Nations called for all compulsory rehab centers and drug detention facilities to close down ... continue reading
  • Exploring the Resort-Style Addiction Treatment Centers

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    ... a great change of scenery—after all, many of these places are in idyllic locales. Crossroads in Antigua All rehab centers have the same purpose: To get their clients clean and sober . This is nicely summed up on the ... continue reading
  • Outpatient Treatment Centers for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

    Substance abuse is a complicated issue, potentially impacting all areas of one's life, including work, health and interpersonal relationships. Hopefully, at some point, an individual battling with drug addiction or alcoholism will reach out for help ...

    ... your personal needs when assessing what the right outpatient treatment center to suit your requirements is. American Addiction Centers (AAC) can help you find the drug and alcohol rehab help you need. Call for free at to ... continue reading
  • 10 Things to Look for in Faith-Based Treatment Centers

    Spirituality is at the center of many people's lives. Faith is a powerful catalyst for change for many individuals battling addiction. Secular treatment centers that lack a spiritual component may not necessarily be effective for people with strong ...

    ... Options There are many aspects of a treatment facility to consider. While there may be several Christian rehab centers, for example, not all of them will have the same treatment options . Most treatment programs will ... continue reading
  • Signs That You May Need Rehab

    Participation in a structured drug or alcohol rehab program is a necessary first step for many individuals seeking to find recovery from substance abuse. Some people try to quit on their own without the professional care that rehab provides, ...

    ... Whenever drug and/or alcohol use is restarted or ongoing, a recommitment to abstinence in new ways will be needed ... Alcohol addiction Hotline Number Detox Centers Near Me Detoxing from Drugs at Home Free Drug Rehab Centers ... continue reading
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs

    If you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction, you may be considering potential drug and alcohol treatment options. Seeking treatment is a courageous choice and an important first step in the recovery process, but it might not always ...

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  • The Effects of Alcohol Use

    Moderate Drinking vs. Alcohol Abuse It's true that many sources point to the health benefits of moderate alcohol consumption. The key word here is moderate. Some studies have shown a connection between light to moderate drinking and decreased heart ...

    ... and pressures that led them to abuse alcohol. Rehab may also include group therapy and support ... meeting s . When you are ready to find a treatment center you can browse through an online directory of programs. You may ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Bath Salts Abuse

    Bath Salts: A Dangerous Synthetic Drug Even though few people mention “bath salts” when they discuss addictive drugs, this new misnamed category has grown astronomically in popularity over the past several years. “Bath salts” are actually ...

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  • Concurrent Alcohol And Heroin Abuse

    Dangers of Abusing Alcohol and Heroin The dangerous combination of alcohol and heroin gets widespread publicity every year from tragedies that remind the public how alcohol amplifies the already powerful effects of heroin on the central nervous ...

    ... study in the New England Journal of Medicine confirmed this troubling trend. Facts About Alcohol and Heroin Even ... part of recovery from heroin. Any quality rehab center will ensure that the abuser receives intensive ... continue reading
  • Drug & Substance Abuse Rehab

    Why Do I Need Rehab? When you or someone close to you needs drug abuse rehab, it can be hard to know where exactly to find help and understand what you treatment options are. Without the proper help, however, substance abuse can lead to potential ...

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  • Alcohol Abuse Recovery

    Alcohol abuse and, ultimately, alcohol addiction does not discriminate. Its effects are felt on a global scale, with all ages and social groups vulnerable to its damaging influence. The road to recovery starts with the alteration of existing ...

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  • Concurrent Alcohol And Crack Abuse

    Concurrent Alcohol And Crack Abuse In the mid-1980s, crack cocaine use exploded across the United States. In 1974, 5 million people had tried cocaine. By 1985, more than 22 million people had tried cocaine, with more than half of them reporting ...

    ... psychological issues that led to addiction. Look for a rehab center that offers a program focusing on alcohol and crack addiction. The best-trained rehab counselors will help you deal with the most common withdrawal ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Alprazolam Abuse

    Alprazolam, more commonly known by the brand name Xanax , is an anti-anxiety and panic disorder medication. Alprazolam is part of a class of drug called benzodiazepines , which have the potential to be addictive. Benzodiazepine medication is ...

    ... co-occurring addiction should seek out a rehab center that is experienced in medically managing the ... term (SAMHSA, 2011). At least 16 million people had an alcohol use disorder in 2013 (CDC, 2015). Nearly $60 billion ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Adderall Abuse

    Anyone at risk for alcohol or Adderall abuse should know several facts about both drugs. Both drugs are fairly common, and both can be lethal if used in conjunction or in large amounts separately. Adderall is an amphetamine, which means it is a ...

    ... locally to anyone interested in fighting an alcohol or an Adderall addiction. There are also many rehab centers that treat both addictions concurrently. There are usually two rehab options for patients seeking to get ... continue reading
  • Free National 24-Hour Alcohol Abuse Hotline Numbers

    Call Now What is an Alcohol Abuse Hotline or Helpline Number? An alcohol abuse hotline or helpline number is, typically, a phone support service that helps answer questions about alcohol addiction. Some hotlines are toll-free and operate 7 days a ...

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  • Concurrent Alcohol and Ambien Abuse

    Ambien is the brand name for the sedative-hypnotic (i.e., sleep aid) drug, zolpidem. It is a central nervous system depressant, meaning that it slows down brain activity. Ambien is available in both immediate and extended release formulations. Drugs ...

    ... . Respiratory arrest. Coma. Death. Treatment for Co-occurring Alcohol and Ambien Addiction Rehab centers can treat co-occurring alcohol and Ambien abuse. Withdrawal from alcohol alone can be dangerous and with the added ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Ativan Abuse

    Ativan is a sedative anxiolytic, or anti-anxiety medication , with effects similar to those of other drugs in its class, such as Valium and Xanax. Ativan is the trade name for lorazepam, which is part of a class of drug called “benzodiazepines” ...

    ... include: Inpatient treatment : You reside at the rehab center for a set period of time and receive ... to Benzos? If you or a loved one needs help with alcohol and Ativan abuse, call us at . We have representatives who ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Lorazepam Abuse

    Although lorazepam and alcohol can both be safe when consumed appropriately, concurrent abuse can quickly lead to the need for immediate medical treatment. Facts about drinking and lorazepam clearly indicate that it is never safe to mix these two ...

    ... centers and rehab programs will generally be able to assist with multi-substance withdrawal and recovery. Statistics for Alcohol and Lorazepam Statistics The National Institutes of Health estimate that 88,000 individuals ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Marijuana Abuse

    Marijuana is the most popular illicit drug to use simultaneously with alcohol . It is a dried, leafy plant that has small, glistening hairs. Most often smoked, marijuana can also be consumed orally when baked into foods such as brownies or cookies. ...

    ... new skills for staying clean, and contingency management (CM) , which provides positive incentives to quit, have been helpful in recovery for those who are addicted to this combination. Rehab centers ... on alcohol. About ... continue reading
  • Everything You Need to Know About Alcohol Withdrawal

    Two men in their early 30s enter an emergency room. One is suffering from heroin withdrawal and the other from alcohol withdrawal. One of the men is given some medication to reduce the painful effects of his symptoms and released within 2 hours of ...

    ... getting treatment for your addiction. There are many rehab centers that will help you recover from alcoholism and detox safely. Treatment for alcohol withdrawal usually includes: Reducing withdrawal symptoms (in severe ... continue reading
  • Alcohol Abuse: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

    What Is Alcohol Abuse? Those who abuse or misuse alcohol are not necessarily addicted to or dependent on alcohol. An individual can misuse alcohol without drinking on a consistent basis. For example, an individual who abuses alcohol may only drink ...

    ... Many of the individuals who are treated for alcoholism and alcohol abuse often seek outside help from treatment centers and therapy sessions. Alcohol treatment centers are designed to help individuals who are addicted or ... continue reading
  • Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs Near Me

    What is Addiction? Addiction is a complex brain disease that affects millions of people every year and can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, occupation or financial status. 1 Though the condition can be debilitating, addiction is ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Alcohol and Drug Rehab

    Entering into treatment for substance abuse can seem like a daunting endeavor. You may not be sure how effective it will be or what it actually entails, and then there's the issue of paying for it! With all these unknowns, rehab can feel ...

    ... center have: Significantly better outcomes even as long as 8 years after completing rehab ... K. (1994). Evaluating recovery services: The California Drug and Alcohol Treatment Assessment (CALDATA) ; General Report. 2. Moos, ... continue reading
  • Drug Abuse Centers

    Treatment can be provided on an outpatient, intensive inpatient or residential basis, depending on the type of center. Drug abuse centers are places where health, confidence, and optimism can be restored to people who have lost these positive ...

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  • 6 Things to Look for in Addiction Treatment Centers for Women

    Drug addiction impacts men and women in different ways, which is why there are many women-only addiction treatment centers. Women who have issues with men or simply want the support of other women may feel more comfortable attending a treatment ...

    ... of Treatment Professionals Women may want to consider the gender of the treatment professionals at a rehab facility. Some treatments centers may be exclusive to women patients but providers may be of both sexes. If a ... continue reading
  • I’m a Millionaire and I Need to Go to Rehab. Where Do I Go?

    You've realized you have an issue, whether it's a heroin or coke addiction or a sex addiction, so you need to find somewhere nice to attend rehab. Naturally, you want somewhere that's a little more exclusive to avoid running into someone who might ...

    ... addiction, so you need to find somewhere nice to attend rehab. Naturally, you want somewhere that's a little more exclusive ... Moving back to the US, the Betty Ford Center offers a number of programs for addicted patients, ... continue reading
  • 5 Things to Look for in Addiction Treatment Centers for Men

    Addiction affects millions of men and women across the United States and many of them seek help from addiction treatment centers each year. National surveys conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) indicate ...

    ... shows that men are seriously at risk for drug and alcohol problems and might not be receiving the help they need ... if you're a male searching for an addiction treatment center. #1. A Good Therapist One problem you may face ... continue reading
  • Is Tramadol the New OxyContin?

    The epidemic of painkiller addiction is well known, and OxyContin (oxycodone) has arguably been the most notorious prescription opioid at the center of this public health emergency. Drugs like OxyContin have filled the news in recent years due to ...

    ... opioid at the center of this public health emergency. Drugs like OxyContin have filled the news in recent years ... those who combine tramadol with antidepressants, antipsychotics, alcohol, or illicit drugs 15 . Get Help for ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Clonazepam Abuse

    Clonazepam is a drug that is prescribed for some types of convulsive disorders and panic disorders, among other mental health disorders. It also goes by the name Klonopin and it is a type of benzodiazepine that provides a tranquilized experience. It ...

    ... Alcohol and Clonazepam Addiction Rehab facilities are equipped to handle both addiction to alcohol ... . Approximately 95% of the people admitted to treatment centers or the hospital for clonazepam addiction are also abusing ... continue reading
  • Alcohol and Breastfeeding

    Many women are curious about whether they can drink alcohol while they are breastfeeding. While women are strongly advised to avoid drinking any alcohol during pregnancy , the recommendations on whether a woman can drink while breastfeeding are less ...

    ... This release sends a signal to the body to create new milk before the next feeding. The amount of prolactin that ... rehab placement specialist at . Regardless of where you are in your journey to reduce or stop your alcohol ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol And Cocaine Abuse

    Concurrent Alcohol And Cocaine Abuse Cocaine is a profoundly addictive stimulant drug that produces euphoria, increased energy, and talkativeness. It is most often snorted or dissolved in water and injected into a vein. Due to the short duration of ...

    ... addiction to alcohol and cocaine in order to prevent relapse. Many rehab facilities will ... an average of 6 people die each day from alcohol poisoning, per the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC also reports ... continue reading
  • Welcome to a New Tramadol Nightmare

    People seeking safe opiate detox in Alaska were recently left out in the cold - in more ways than one. Only two state facilities currently offer detox services to Alaskans - and both of them were recently shut down, thanks to one of the DEAs newer ...

    ... -medical purposes. Two years after the classification change, both Alaska detox centers realized they had been operating in violation of the new federal standards. Hoping to avoid huge fines and stiff penalties, facility ... continue reading
  • New Jersey Brings Mobile Recovery to the Streets

    Residents of Morris County should watch for a new vehicle roaming its at-risk areas. Hope One, a mobile recovery access center, is officially bringing addiction treatment to the streets. The goal of the program is to remove barriers that prevent ...

    Residents of Morris County should watch for a new vehicle roaming its at-risk areas. Hope One, a mobile recovery access center, is officially bringing addiction treatment to the streets. The goal of the program is to ... continue reading
  • Drug Abuse Treatment Center

    Drug abuse treatment centers vary in a number of important ways. Finding the center that best meets your individual needs is paramount to a lasting recovery. The toll-free Drug Abuse Helpline at can assist you in finding a drug abuse treatment ...

    ... not covered by insurance. This is not always the case. Check with a number of drug abuse treatment centers to determine what costs may be covered by your specific medical insurance. If your insurance is not accepted at ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Codeine Abuse

    Codeine phosphate is an opioid analgesic drug — otherwise known as a painkiller or narcotic. It is a relatively mild narcotic, but when used in large amounts, it can still be quite dangerous. Typically, codeine is prescribed to treat mild to ...

    ... for Co-occurring Alcohol and Codeine Addiction Patients suffering from alcohol and codeine addiction either separately or concurrently should get help at a rehab program. There are several rehab programs that operate ... continue reading
  • How to Help Someone with Alcohol Addiction

    Most adults can moderately drink alcohol with little to no harm, with 86.3% of people 19 and older reporting they drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime, 70% drinking in the past year, and 55.3% drinking in the past month. 1 But, there are ...

    ... model. CRAFT is a holistic approach centered on positive reinforcement that teaches family ... to indicate whether you need help to stop abusing alcohol. Looking for Rehab: What to Consider If you're thinking about getting ... continue reading
  • Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers

    Addiction is a chronic, complex medical condition that's characterized by the repeated misuse of substances even in the face of potentially harmful consequences. It can cause long-term changes in the way the brain responds in situations involving ...

    ... from staff and peers. 3 While some residential treatment centers may provide a certain level of medical monitoring, it ... be beneficial. 5 Attending a drug or alcohol residential treatment program can be effective in helping ... continue reading
  • Vivitrol's New and Controversial Role in Prisons

    When I was in prison, the majority of inmates struggled with substance abuse. And because the prison system did very little (if anything at all) to rehabilitate us, it wasn't unusual for those who were released to almost immediately overdose or ...

    ... return to prison a few months later with a new drug offense. Thankfully, the prison system has finally ... , the director of Health, Law and Policy at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. “Those who do use it ... continue reading
  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    Ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, is an intoxicating agent produced from the fermentation of yeast, sugars, and starches. Alcohol is the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the world. While alcohol can be consumed safely and responsibly, ...

    ... the reasons behind the disorder and learning new skills that will aid long-term recovery ... an addiction to alcohol. Drugabuse.com is an American Addiction Centers resource and a leading provider in alcohol withdrawal and ... continue reading
  • Famous Alcohol Abusers

    Alcohol Abuse Among Celebrities In this day and age, it sometimes seems like we know more about celebrity lifestyles than we do about, say, a neighbor or extended family member. The increased visibility and resulting public scrutiny that famous ...

    ... he was able to successfully complete an inpatient rehab stay, and has maintained his sobriety for more ... and, ultimately, live an alcohol-free life since 2010. Credit: Splash News How Do Celebrity Alcoholics Get Treatment ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol And Ecstasy Abuse

    Ecstasy may make its users feel ecstatic for a time, but when abused with alcohol , it can cause seriously negative effects on your health and even kill you. Even as the name for this drug changes to the more-friendly “Molly,” it does not mean ...

    ... Addiction Many treatment centers offer special help for people struggling with concurrent use of Ecstasy and alcohol. Users who have become addicted to Ecstasy often need prolonged stays in rehab programs , longer ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Ultram Abuse

    The Problem of Alcohol and Ultram Abuse Abusing Ultram and alcohol together can have harmful effects on one another, leading to increased risk of serious side effects. The prescription drug Ultram (generic name: tramadol) is a pain reliever with ...

    ... alcohol can have severe symptoms that can sometimes be life-threatening . Many inpatient treatment centers ... and your mental and physical health Post-rehab Aftercare includes resources for recovery after treatment ends ... continue reading
  • Is This New Drug the Holy Grail of All Pain Relievers?

    Millions of Americans suffer daily from chronic pain. Factor in all the people managing temporary pain after accidents or surgeries and you have a massive number of people on prescription painkillers. Abuse of morphine, an extremely powerful and ...

    ... Researchers discovered that the significant respiratory depression seen with morphine use was not present with use of the new drug. However, it did deliver the same level of pain relief. In fact, it produced longer pain ... continue reading
  • New Bone Loss Study Points the Finger at Marijuana

    “We have known for a while that the components of cannabis can affect bone cell function, but we had no idea up until now of what this might mean to people who use cannabis on a regular basis.” - Prof. Stuart Ralston , Centre for Genomic and ...

    ... broken bones due to osteoporosis. Now, let's combine these osteoporosis concerns with a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control. Their data revealed that “middle aged and older adults are more likely to smoke ... continue reading
  • New Programs Aimed at Appalachian Opioid Crisis

    A crushing avalanche is crippling Appalachian communities, but it's not the mountainous disaster you might think. This avalanche is a deadly onslaught of opioids . In 2014, the seven Appalachian states accounted for more than a fifth of nationwide ...

    ... Drug Abuse, the Appalachian Regional Commission, the Centers for Disease Control and the Substance Abuse and ... Health Services Administration have teamed up to launch a new initiative. The funding opportunity, “HIV, HCV ... continue reading
  • Weed Gets a “Fancy” New Name: Craft Cannabis

    We've become a country consumed with what goes into our food products. While many want organic foods, others want gluten-free meals and non-GMO practices. It looks like this trend has expanded to include drug use. The latest trend in marijuana is ...

    ... 's just re-branded. It's like those labels added by manufacturers when they change their packaging: “Same product. New look.” But what changed? Not much really, except they increase their prices to cover the cost of the ... continue reading
  • New Drug Testing Technology Makes Urine Samples a Thing of the Past

    Breathe on this. Spit on that. Provide a urine sample. You know the drill. The methods of drug testing are relatively common and well-known. From breathalyzers to blood tests, most people are familiar with the process…but all that's about it ...

    ... the process…but all that's about it change. The new instructions for drug testing might simply be: touch this. ... in locations like workplaces, hospitals, and treatment centers In emergency situations, due to the quick ... continue reading
  • What’s New in the World of Tamper-Proof Bottles? (Does it Matter?)

    One in 20 Americans are popping pills that have been prescribed for someone else. And the CDC reports that most misused prescription opioids are obtained from family members - many of them stolen from medicine cabinets. We Need Solutions This abuse ...

    ... much of a deterrent, they're trying again with some new designs for pill bottles. The latest ideas include: Med-O ... put more time, money, and resources into developing new versions of these bottles? Sound off in the ... continue reading
  • New Experimental Opioid Makes Some Awfully Big Promises

    For many, getting hooked on opioids starts innocently enough. Typically, it's a way to find relief from chronic pain. But the feeling of euphoria - or “high” - that accompanies each dose is ultimately what keeps users coming back for more, ...

    ... them or becoming addicted to opiates altogether? Nektar Therapeutics is delving into this possibility, with its new experimental opioid designed to achieve pain relief without the euphoria - a feat reportedly achieved in ... continue reading
  • Teen Alcohol Abuse

    In 2018, just over 42% of American 10th graders reported drinking alcohol in the past year. 1 The numbers rise with age—jumping for the seniors in high school who were similarly surveyed—with just over 58% having used alcohol in the last 12 ...

    ... where the child feels they are closely allied with their family can provide protective factors against underage alcohol use. 10 Is Rehab Necessary? The serious problems that can result when young people begin to abuse ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Lortab Abuse

    Substance abuse experts indicate that it is never safe to mix alcohol and Lortab . Although Lortab is a relatively harmless pain reliever when used appropriately, and alcohol is safe in moderation, the combined effects of mixing Lortab and alcohol ...

    ... Group meetings/recovery programs. Often, individuals who are new to sobriety will be paired with another group ... the survey. Alcohol addiction is also an incredibly prevalent public health concern. The Center for Disease ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Hydrocodone Abuse

    The Problem of Alcohol and Hydrocodone Abuse Both alcohol and hydrocodone are relatively safe when used appropriately and in moderation. When used excessively or when combined, these substances can create volatile and unpredictable outcomes. Alcohol ...

    ... physical health and mental health issues. Residential rehab - Residential programs usually last between one ... month. Almost 90,000 people die from alcohol-related issues each year. Alcohol is linked to nearly half of all ... continue reading
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

    When you find out you are pregnant, one of the first things your doctor will discuss with you is how you can best take care of yourself during those 9 months, as there are many factors that can affect your health and the health of your baby. A ...

    ... common myths about fetal alcohol syndrome and the facts you need to know: The good news is that FAS is the ... yourself and your child. Call for help finding a treatment center that's right for you both . You and your child ... continue reading
  • Heroin Use Increasing Across New Demographics, Study Finds

    The face of heroin in the US is changing. As the drug becomes more commonly abused among new racial, geographic and socioeconomic groups, the profile of those users is also evolving. The change is, in part, because heroin is becoming more ...

    ... ). Heroin Comes to Small Town America The mitigating factors are contributing to a rise in heroin use among new segments of the population, particularly among whites, middle/upper-class people and in rural areas, said Dr ... continue reading
  • Opana: The New Opiate of Choice Among Addicts?

    In 1995, the Food and Drug Administration approved the opioid OxyContin for treating chronic pain. The drug netted a quick $45 million in sales its first year on the market. Ten years later, sales of OxyContin ballooned to $3.1 billion and the ...

    ... may have succeeded in some small measure, OxyContin abusers simply adapted to the market by searching for a new, easier drug to inject or snort. Not surprisingly, Opana has since become a street-favorite in the nation ... continue reading
  • New Study Reveals Cocaine Robs You of Loss

    A new study has found that cocaine abuse affects brain circuits so drastically that some users can't even recognize personal loss in their lives. Researchers were able to conclude that the brain circuits responsible for predicting emotional loss ...

    A new study has found that cocaine abuse affects brain circuits so drastically that some users can't even recognize personal loss in their lives. Researchers were able to conclude that the brain circuits responsible for ... continue reading
  • Finding New Life in a Methadone Program

    After falling off a ladder, Suzanne was rushed to the hospital and examined from stem to stern. Her pelvic bone was fractured and she'd sprained her wrist, but the pain in her left shoulder was unbearable. Suzanne dislocated her shoulder and ...

    ... had hope - hope that a methadone program could do for her what it had done for her neighbor. A Whole New World Living in a large city, Suzanne was able to find several methadone programs close to home. She made an ... continue reading
  • Drug and Alcohol in the Community

    Half of Americans are concerned about increased substance use in their community due to the economic impact of Coronavirus, survey reveals. There was no way that Americans could anticipate, let alone be prepare for, the aftermath of the global ...

    ... misuse drugs and/or alcohol. For example, a recent survey by American Addiction Centers reported that 1 in ... ://www.therecoveryvillage.com/drug-addiction/news/covid-unemployment-abuse/ [therecoveryvillage.com] *** https ... continue reading
  • Will These New Tools Help to Fight Opioid Addiction?

    With 78 Americans dying every day from opioid overdose, there's no question that our country is in the midst of an epidemic. But the good news is that there's hope on the horizon. Help is on the Way In May of this year, the U.S. Food and Drug ...

    ... dying every day from opioid overdose, there's no question that our country is in the midst of an epidemic. But the good news is that there's hope on the horizon. Help is on the Way In May of this year, the U.S. Food and ... continue reading
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