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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Around 700,000 Americans receive alcoholism treatment on any given day.
  • Almost 200,000 alcohol-related emergency visits among individuals were under the age of 21 in 2009, 76,918 of which were among those aged 12 to 17 and 120,853 of which were among those aged 18 to 20.
  • Around 10% of a dose of PCP is removed by the kidneys, which would make increased urinary clearance ineffective.
  • Ecstasy overdose can result in a loss of consciousness, seizures, kidney and cardiovascular system failure, permanent damage to sections of the brain that are critical to thought and memory, and death.
  • During 2010, the average age of first non-medical use of prescription tranquilizers in the U.S. was 24.6 years.
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Limited Hospitalization/Day Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization, also known as "PHP" or Day Treatment, is a type of rehabilitation program which works to treat substance abuse issues and mental health issues which may be co-occurring. In a PHP program, the person in treatment takes part in various treatment activities and techniques during the day and then returns home in the evening. This takes place anywhere from five to seven days a week, depending on the severity of the problem. Partial Hospitalization can be beneficial for addicted persons who cannot afford long-term inpatient care, or who are unable to be away from their families for extended periods of time. While in Day Treatment, individuals participate in standard counseling and therapy for addiction issues while also addressing mental health issues which could prevent them from staying sober once treatment is complete.

Limited Hospitalization Day Treatment Programs category listings in Felton, Pennsylvania:

  • Childrens Home of York Bridges
    12.5 miles from Felton, Pennsylvania
    Childrens Home of York Bridges is a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facility that is located at:

    301 East Philadelphia Street
    York, PA. 17403
    717-718-1890

    Treatment Services: Limited Hospitalization/Day Treatment Programs
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance
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