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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • In the not so distant past, most drug overdoses were due to illicit narcotics such as heroin; additionally, most of the past drug overdose deaths were reported to occur in big cities. Currently, the rate of drug overdoses that are related to street drugs are reported to have decreased drastically throughout the U.S.
  • According to some of the latest research by the Center for Disease Control, there has currently been an increase in the number of drug overdose deaths that are related to prescription painkillers in rural areas throughout the U.S.
  • Among prescription drugs, benzodiazepines were responsible for over 23% of the emergency room visits in 2009 for patients who were seeking detox or substance abuse treatment as the reason for their visit.
  • Ecstasy withdrawal symptoms which are common among users include depression, fatigue, loss of appetite, feelings of depression and trouble concentrating.
  • Crushing Ambien in order to snort or inject the drug, leads to the rapid release of the medication into the bloodstream; additionally, using the drug in this manner greatly increases the user's risk of a potentially fatal Ambien overdose.
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Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less

Residential short-term treatment for addiction is a variety ofrehabilitation program where the addicted individual will remain at the facility on an inpatient basis, and which typically requires a stay of 30 days or less. While in residential short-term treatment the person undergoes an intensive but brief course of treatment that commonly incorporates a supervised detox, counseling, and other forms of therapy which are aimed at helping the person become rehabilitated and able to function without drugs in everyday life once rehab is complete. Residential short-term treatment is not always effective for all cases of addiction, and most will need an aftercare program or additional treatment in a more long-term residential setting.

Residential Short Term Treatment that is 30 days or less category listings in Aurora, Illinois:

  • Gateway Alcohol and Drug Trt Centers
    Gateway Alcohol and Drug Trt Centers is a Drug Rehabilitation Program that is located at:

    400 Mercy Lane
    Aurora, IL. 60506
    630-966-7400

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Detoxification, Outpatient Treatment, Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less, Adolescents (18 and under), Co-Occurring Mental with Substance Abuse Issues, Women Only, Men Only
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance
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