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  • Many individuals have been reported to die throughout the U.S., after many failed attempts at drug rehabilitation; many others have died after using "just one more time" while they are contemplating kidding.
  • According to a current study by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, codeine, Demerol, and morphine were the prescription drugs that have accounted for the majority of overdose deaths in the U.S. over the past five years.
  • During 2009, 63% of fatally injured drivers in the U.S. tested for the presence of drugs, including prescription drugs.
  • Individuals who abuse alcohol tend to delay getting tested for HIV and if they do test positive, tend to postpone seeking treatment.
  • In an attempt to reduce the occurrence of doctor shopping, pharmacy robberies, thefts, shoplifting incidents, health care fraud incidents and prescription fraud, the federal government has established prescription monitoring programs in 21 states to try and stop this.
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Native American or Alaska Native Languages

Native Americans and Alaska Natives have much higher rates of substance abuse and addiction than other ethnicities, a situation which must be addressed for these cultures to survive. In fact, Native American and Alaska youth have some of the highest rates of alcohol and drug abuse in the country. Though the reasons may vary from person to person, most of the reasons for the high rates of abuse among Native American and Alaska natives are cultural ones. The biggest barrier to treating Native Americans and Alaska Natives for substance abuse and addiction are culture differences and language. This is why it is vital that Native Americans and Alaska Natives receive substance abuse treatment in a drug rehab program that is specifically catered to this ethnic group, but most importantly in one that can provide treatment and therapy in the Native American or Alaska Native languages.

Native American Or Alaska Native Language Services category listings in Mission, South Dakota:

  • PHS Indian Hospital
    15.8 miles from Mission, South Dakota
    PHS Indian Hospital is a Drug Rehabilitation Facility that is located at:

    400 Soldier Creek Road
    Rosebud, SD. 57570
    605-747-2231 x3265

    Treatment Services: Outpatient Treatment, Native American Or Alaska Native Language Services
    Payment Options: Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Payment Assistance (based on Facility)
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