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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • A Vicodin overdose may occur if an individuals addicted to Vicodin is trying to beat withdrawal symptoms, and unintentionally takes too much of the drug.
  • For residential or outpatient drug rehabs, participation for less than 90 days produces less than desirable results and is proven to be ineffective for treating long-term addictions.
  • An individuals perception of the risks associated with substance abuse tend to correlate with whether or not he or she actually becomes involved in substance abuse.
  • Heroin injection is a more efficient means of administering the drug which allows for more profound effects.
  • Because of the risk of abuse associated with Adderall, individuals who have a history of drug abuse should not use the drug at all.
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Adolescents (18 and under)

It is a disturbing 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 must take every step possible to help their child before it is too late. Any sign that drugs or alcohol are in the picture should be confronted right away, otherwise, addiction will lead down a path of total destruction for the adolescent and for the family. There are drug rehabilitation facilities for adolescents available 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 Latrobe, Pennsylvania:

  • SPHS Behavioral Health
    SPHS Behavioral Health is a Drug Abuse Treatment Facility that is located at:

    1100 Ligonier Street
    Latrobe, PA. 15650
    724-532-1700

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Outpatient Treatment, Adolescents (18 and under), Dui/Dwi Offender Programs
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance
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