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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • An observer of a drug overdose should attempt to maintain a state of calm, and try to get a response from the person by lightly pinching the back of their arm or by calling their name; additionally, if breathing or a pulse rate is not detectable, emergency resuscitation should begin immediately.
  • Chronic abuse of alcohol can cause damage to the cells lining the stomach and intestines, blocking the absorption and breakdown of nutrients in those organs.
  • Benzodiazepines such as Valium are actually more commonly abused than opiate pharmaceuticals, which are responsible for 32% of visits to the emergency department.
  • Children of alcoholics tend to have elevated rates anxiety, depression, and externalizing behavior disorders.
  • Around 41% of tenth graders surveyed in 2008 reported that trying inhalants once or twice a week was a "great risk".
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Hospital Inpatient Programs

Hospital inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation is performed in a hospital setting and is supervised by doctors and other medical staff. Hospital inpatient treatment is often necessary in the beginning stages of abstinence when the person may encounter the onset of medically dangerous withdrawal symptoms, which is sometimes the case when quitting alcohol as well as a category of prescription drugs known as benzodiazepines which should be supervised very carefully by medical professionals to minimize ant dangerous health complications. Hospital inpatient treatment is also delivered to individuals who choose to undergo medication assisted withdrawal, as is the case with opiate addicted individuals who wish to use this type of detoxification technique 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 need further counseling and therapy to entirely recover from addiction.

Hospital Inpatient Programs category listings in Indiana, Pennsylvania:

  • Indiana Regional Medical Center
    Indiana Regional Medical Center is a Drug Recovery Program that is located at:

    835 Hospital Road
    Indiana, PA. 15701
    724-357-7404

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, 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)
  • The Childrens Institute of Pittburgh
    The Childrens Institute of Pittburgh is a Drug Treatment Center that is located at:

    1405 Shady Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA. 15217
    412-420-2400

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Outpatient Treatment
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance
  • Sharon Regional Health System
    Sharon Regional Health System is a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center that is located at:

    740 East State Street
    Sharon, PA. 16146
    724-983-3911

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Outpatient Treatment, 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)
  • Friends Hospital
    Friends Hospital is a Drug Addiction Treatment Center that is located at:

    4641 Roosevelt Boulevard
    Philadelphia, PA. 19124
    215-831-4600

    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)
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