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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Heroin users who inject the drug risk infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
  • Ambien abuse is considered taking more than the recommended dose (over 10 mg), for a few weeks.
  • Sometimes drug overdoses are the result of a suicide attempt, but many times, drug overdoses are accidental and the result of either irresponsible behavior of the misreading of product labels.
  • Individuals that take benzodiazepines such as Xanax for an extended period of time have a high likelihood of becoming physically and psychologically dependent to it.
  • The prescription medications that are most commonly reported to be linked to accidental or intentional drug overdose deaths in the United States include, but are not limited to Soma, Oxycontin, Vicodin and Xanax; one of the most potent drugs that is a relative newcomer to the prescription drug scene in Fentanyl.
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Hospital Inpatient Programs

Hospital inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation is done in a hospital setting and is overseen by doctors and other medical staff. Hospital inpatient treatment is often necessary in the beginning stages of abstinence when the person may experience the onset of medically dangerous withdrawal symptoms, which is sometimes true when quitting alcohol as well as a category of prescription drugs known as benzodiazepines which should be monitored very carefully by medical professionals in case of any complications. Hospital inpatient treatment is also delivered to those who choose to undergo medication assisted withdrawal, as is the case with opiate addicted individuals who wish to use this type of detox approach to avoid the severe withdrawal symptoms associated with heroin or other opiate withdrawal. This type of opiate detoxification is not treatment in itself however, and these people will require further counseling and therapy to completely recover from addiction.

Hospital Inpatient Programs category listings in Center, Colorado:

  • Parkview Medical Center
    Parkview Medical Center is a Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program that is located at:

    400 West 16th Street
    Pueblo, CO. 81003
    719-584-4000

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Seniors/Older Adult Services, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Accepts Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)
  • Porter Adventist Hospital
    Porter Adventist Hospital is a Drug Treatment Facility that is located at:

    2525 South Downing Street
    Denver, CO. 80210
    303-765-6372

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Accepts Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)
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