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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Inhalant abuse, specifically abuse of trichloroethylene which can be found in spot removers and degreasers, can cause cirrhosis of the liver and hearing and liver damage.
  • A Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.10-0.125 BAC will ultimately in the following: Euphoria, significant impairment of motor coordination and loss of good judgment. Speech may be slurred and balance, vision, reaction time and hearing will be impaired.
  • Currently in the United States, there is very little funding for overdose prevention; unfortunately, the overdose epidemic continues to escalate as the federal grants for these types of preventative programs are not being approved for funding.
  • Because of the effect that Vicodin has on the body, the risk of both physical and psychological dependence to the drug is extremely high.
  • Prescription opiate abuse, particularly in relation to drugs such as OxyContin, is responsible for a large percentage of the increase in the rates of drug overdoses throughout the United States today.
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Specialized in Hiv/Aids Patients

It is not unusual for someone with HIV/AIDS to end up in a substance abuse rehab program receiving help for severe addiction issues. Sometimes individuals who abuse drugs and alcohol are predisposed to such diseases due to certain circumstances which afflict the drug culture such as sharing dirty needles to inject drugs or becoming involved in risky sexual behavior because of lowered sexual inhibitions caused by drug use. Persons with HIV/AIDS should have effective treatment just like any otherwise healthy addicted individual. Drug treatment programs that accept and cater to persons with HIV/AIDS offer specialized care to address any health issues that may come up in the course of treatment. This way, any physical barriers to rehabilitation are alleviated so that they can conquer their addiction and maintain a drug-free lifestyle.

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