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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • During 2010, the number of first time nonmedical users of the prescription pain reliever OxyContin by individuals aged 12 or older in the U.S. was 598,000.
  • Individuals who attempts to get an OxyContin prescription for personal use or trafficking will be found guilty by law of an indictable offense and are liable to be imprisoned.
  • Approximately 60% of the people who experienced a deadly drug overdose using pharmaceuticals did not have documented prescriptions for the medications.
  • Cocaine in its hydrochloride salt form may be injected; swallowed; applied to oral, vaginal, or even rectal mucous membranes; or mixed with liquor. Cocaine is most commonly used by snorting or sniffing.
  • About 5% of college students report experiencing poor mental health, coinciding with a high risk for alcohol abuse.
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Detox for Methadone

Methadone detoxification is a process which must be overseen by substance abuse professionals within a drug rehab program who realize how difficult and challenging methadone detoxification can be. Methadone detox is regarded to be far more serious in terms of symptoms and duration than even heroin detox, and individuals often revert back to methadone to alleviate withdrawal symptoms or, worse yet, turn to heroin or prescription opioids to relieve symptoms. This is why methadone detox must only be done under close supervision at a drug treatment center which has experience in handling this type of detoxification, and where the individual can receive further rehabilitation services to handle all addiction issues.

Detox for Methadone category listings in Republican City, Nebraska:

  • Omaha Treatment Center
    Omaha Treatment Center is a Drug Abuse Treatment Facility that is located at:

    11215 John Galt Boulevard
    Omaha, NE. 68137
    402-592-5900

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Detoxification, Detox for Methadone, Outpatient Treatment
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket)
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