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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • 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.
  • In 1985 Ecstasy was labeled as a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act, and has a high potential for abuse and serves no legitimate medical purpose.
  • Heroin is sometimes mixed with other substances such as sugar, starch, or quinine, which puts unwitting users at risk.
  • Heroin is a highly addictive opiate drug which can be injected, smoked, and is sometimes inhaled.
  • Individuals under the influence of Bath Salts were the cause of a recent high speed chase along Interstate 80 involving dozens of police officers, risking the lives of many of the citizens that were traveling this interstate.
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Residential Beds For Clients with Children

While residential beds for clients children is not as prevalent as other specialized types of drug or alcohol treatment programs, they do, in fact, exist if you are in need. Back in 2007, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services reported that 515 (14%) of residential substance abuse treatment facilities offered beds for both mothers and their children. There is a substantial benefit to both the mother and child who are able to enroll in recovery programs that provide residential beds for clients children. The parent is able to receive the drug addiction treatment they need while remaining close with their children through the challenging process of addiction recovery. Many parents (mothers in particular) are afraid to admit that they need help with their addiction problemsfor fear that their children will be taken away. These programs help to alleviate this fear while supplying the proper care that both parent and child so desperately need.

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