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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • In 2007, heroin admissions represented nearly 14% of the total drug/alcohol admissions to treatment.
  • A blackout is an amnesia-like period that is often caused by excessive alcohol consumption, whereby the individual seems to be functioning normally, but later has no memory of what occurred.
  • Food in the stomach slows the rate of alcohol absorption, but the amount of alcohol absorbed remains the same.
  • Individuals who become addicted to Lortab will do just about anything to get more of the drug, and will typically engage in what is known as doctor-shopping in an attempt to get more prescriptions for the drug.
  • Because Ambien has a high potential for abuse it should always be stored in a secure place so that individuals with problems with addiction will not have access to it.
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Alternative Housing - Transitional Living

A halfway house is a transitional living facility where a person who is recovering from drug or alcohol addiction can find support and re-acclimate to life and society. A halfway house is a location where the person can feel safe and repair their life while recovering from addiction while also take part in activities which will help them do just that. Halfway houses supply the perfect opportunity for recovering addicts to be in a setting where they can receive further counseling and different types of therapy while also learning new trades or finding stable employment so that they can support a healthy and drug free lifestyle.

Alternative Housing Transitional living category listings in Analomink, Pennsylvania:

  • Haley House
    15.6 miles from Analomink, Pennsylvania
    Haley House is a Drug Treatment Center that is located at:

    62 Ward Road
    Blairstown, NJ. 7825
    908-362-5417

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Alternative Housing - Transitional living, Residential Long-Term Treatment that is 30 days or longer, Co-Occurring Mental with Substance Abuse Issues, Women Only
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket)
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