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  • Although national rates for hospital emergency department (ED) mentions of club drugs were low in 2002 (with none exceeding 2 mentions per 100,000 population) and no increases were measured from 2001 to 2002, significant increases in certain club drug mentions were apparent from 1995 to 2002. MDMA ED mentions, for example, increased from 421 in 1995 to 4,026 in 2002; and GHB ED mentions increased from 145 in 1995 to 3,330 in 2002.
  • A vast majority of LSD users report a fusion of the senses such as "seeing" music or "hearing" color.
  • As of 2009, over 23% of Americans age 12 and older had binged (5+ drinks within 2 hours) on alcohol in the past 30 days.
  • Inhalant abuse may cause suppressed immunologic function and increase the risk of injury to red blood cells, which can interfere with the oxygen supply to vital tissues.
  • Early onset of morphine withdrawal can result in: watery eyes, insomnia, diarrhea, runny nose, yawning, dysphoria, restlessness, loss of appetite, body aches, severe abdominal pain, nausea tremors, and an intense craving for morphine or other opiates.
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Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less

Residential short-term treatment for substance abuse is a type ofrehabilitation program where the person will stay at the facility on an inpatient basis, and which normally requires a stay of 30 days or less. While attending residential short-term treatment the client undergoes an intensive but brief course of treatment that usually includes a supervised detox, counseling, and other forms of therapy which are aimed at helping the individual become rehabilitated and able to function without drugs in daily life once treatment is complete. Residential short-term treatment is not always effective for all instances of addiction, and most will require an aftercare program or further treatment in a more long-term residential setting.

Residential Short Term Treatment that is 30 days or less category listings in Geigertown, Pennsylvania:

  • Reading Hospital and Medical Center
    10.9 miles from Geigertown, Pennsylvania
    Reading Hospital and Medical Center is a Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center that is located at:

    401 Buttonwood Street
    Reading, PA. 19611
    484-628-8186

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Detoxification, Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less, Women Only, Men Only, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients, Spanish Services
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance
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