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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Ecstasy use is associated with overheating and dehydration which may cause the user to over-compensate by consuming large amounts of water while partying which can lead to water toxicity.
  • Drinking alcohol increases ones risk of motor-vehicle traffic crashes, violence, and other injuries.
  • Individuals who consume high doses of PCP may experience nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, flicking up and down of the eyes, drooling, loss of balance, and dizziness.
  • It is important for an observer of a drug overdose to question the patient about what drugs they have taken, as by the time they reach the hospital, they may have be unconscious, and therefore may be unable to communicate.
  • Excessive alcohol consumption is most common among women who have never been married, are living unmarried with a partner, or are divorced or separated.
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Residential Beds For Clients with Children

Although residential beds for clients children is not as common as other specialized types of addiction rehabilitation centers, they do, in fact, exist if you are in need. Back in 2007, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services documented that 515 (14%) of residential substance abuse treatment centers offered beds for both mothers and their children. There is a substantial advantage to both the mother and child who are able to attend programs that provide residential beds for clients children. The parent is able to receive the rehabilitation they need while remaining close with their children through the treatment process of substance abuse recovery. Most parents (mothers in specific) are afraid to admit that they need help with their substance abuse problemsfor fear that their children will be taken away. These programs help to alleviate this fear while supplying the care and support that both parent and child so desperately need.

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