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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Inhalant abuse may result in a rapid high that can mimic alcohol intoxication; which is why individuals that "huff" should not operate a vehicle.
  • Emergency rooms visit rates in 2009 made by individuals seeking detox or substance abuse treatment peaked at 188.8 visits per 100,000 population for people between the ages of 21 and 24.
  • Hashish users can experience an increased pulse and heart rate, bloodshot eyes, dilated pupils, and often increased appetite.
  • A study of 3,729 alcoholics who filed health claims for their problem found that 3,068 received alcoholism treatment. The post-treatment costs for individuals who received this treatment was around 24% lower than those who were left untreated.
  • Drugs known as Supergrass and Killer Joints are PCP combined with marijuana.
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Native American or Alaska Native Languages

Native Americans and Alaska Natives have much higher rates of substance abuse and addiction than other ethnicities, a situation which must be addressed for these cultures to survive. In fact, Native American and Alaska youth have some of the highest rates of alcohol and drug abuse in the country. While the reasons may vary from person to person, most of the reasons for the high rates of addiction among Native American and Alaska natives are cultural ones. The biggest barrier to treating Native Americans and Alaska Natives for substance abuse and addiction are language and culture differences. This is why it is vital that Native Americans and Alaska Natives receive substance abuse treatment in a drug rehab program that is specifically catered to this ethnic group, but most importantly in one that can provide treatment and therapy in the Native American or Alaska Native languages.

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