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  • In 2009 there were over 1 million visits to emergency rooms involving prescription drugs in the U.S.
  • Individuals who consume more than 60 grams of alcohol a day, equivalent to four to five glasses of wine, are at an elevated risk of developing liver cancer for both men and women.
  • Among American youth aged 12 to 17, the rate of current nonmedical use of prescription-type drugs declined from 4.0 percent in 2002 to 3.0 percent in 2010.
  • In rare cases, sudden death can occur the first time someone uses cocaine or unexpectedly afterwards.
  • During 2008, an alcohol-related car crash fatality occurred once every 38 minutes.
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Adolescents (18 and under)

It is an unfortunate fact that many adolescents in the United States become introduced to drugs and alcohol at a very young age, and some even become addicted and dependent to drugs and/or alcohol. For adolescents who do become addicted and dependent to alcohol and drugs, parents need to take every step possible to get the problem resolved before it is too late. Any suspicion that drugs or alcohol are in the picture should be confronted immediately, otherwise, addiction will lead down a path of total destruction for the adolescent and for the family. There are drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities for adolescents offered in every state, many of which cater only to adolescents and have treatment professionals and counselors on staff that are trained specifically in handling this age range.

Adolescents 18 and under category listings in Darby, Montana:

  • Wilderness Treatment Center
    Wilderness Treatment Center is an Addiction Treatment Program that is located at:

    200 Hubbart Dam Road
    Marion, MT. 59925
    406-854-2832

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less, Residential Long-Term Treatment that is 30 days or longer, Adolescents (18 and under)
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Private or Personal Health Insurance
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