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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Bath Salts were first produced and sold to be a legal synthetic high, much like the synthetic cannabinoid K-2 or Spice.
  • Among American youth aged 12 to 17, the current illicit drug use rate in 2010 was 10%, similar to the previous year (10.1 percent), but higher than the rate in 2008 (9.3 percent).
  • Heroin users will ultimately become tolerant to the drug over time and after repeated use, and often find themselves needing increasingly larger doses of the drug to achieve the same intensity or effect they experienced when they first began using heroin.
  • GHB is sometimes sold illicitly as supplements for bodybuilding, fat loss, reversal of baldness, improved eyesight, and to combat aging, drug addiction, and insomnia.
  • Due to the fact that marijuana is the most used illicit drug in the nation, States which report high prevalence rates for any illicit drug also have high prevalence rates for past month use of marijuana.
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Limited Hospitalization/Day Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization, also known as "PHP" or Day Treatment, is a type of treatment program which works to treat substance abuse issues and mental health conditions which may be co-occurring. In a PHP program, the individual in treatment takes part in various recovery 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 seriousness of the problem. Partial Hospitalization can be helpful for addicted individuals who cannot 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 typical counseling and therapy for addiction issues while also addressing mental health problems which could keep them from staying sober once treatment is complete.

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