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  • Ecstasy is a popular drug among youth and young adults of all backgrounds and ethnicities, and is commonly used as a party or club drug.
  • A cancer patient can take a dose of OxyContin that they have been taking on a regular basis which could be fatal in a person never exposed to OxyContin or another opioid.
  • According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, drug overdose deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in the United States; the article concluded that this increase is mostly due to the significant increase in the number of individuals who abuse prescription drugs in this country.
  • Individuals who are heroin addicted sometimes intentionally induce withdrawal symptoms to reduce their tolerance for the drug, only in an attempt to once again experience the rush when they start taking the drug again.
  • Ativan is a type of prescription drugs known as benzodiazepines which is meant to reduce anxiety.
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Limited Hospitalization/Day Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization, also known as "PHP" or Day Treatment, is a form of rehabilitation program which works to treat substance abuse problems and mental health issues which may be co-occurring. In a PHP program, the person in treatment participates in various treatment activities and techniques during the day and then returns home in the evening. This is done anywhere from five to seven days a week, depending on the severity of the problem. Partial Hospitalization can be beneficial for addicted persons who may not be able to afford long-term inpatient care, or who are unable to be away from their families for prolonged periods of time. While in Day Treatment, individuals participate in standard counseling and therapy for addiction issues while also addressing mental health issues which could keep them from staying sober once treatment is complete.

Limited Hospitalization Day Treatment Programs category listings in Anniston, Alabama:

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