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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Individuals referred by the criminal justice system to drug rehab in 2005 were 58% more likely to complete outpatient drug rehab or be transferred another program than individuals from any other referral source.
  • Some drug overdose deaths that are linked to heroin are actually caused by the adverse reaction to adulterants such as quinine.
  • Individuals who inject heroin put themselves at risk of developing scarred or collapsed veins, infection of the heart lining and valves, abscesses, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and liver and kidney disease.
  • Ambien addiction and abuse among teenagers is a major problem with some teens abusing the drug in combination with alcohol and sometimes using it as a date-rape drug.
  • Individuals whose clinic gives them enough methadone to last one week, or even up to one month, commonly sell their excess prescribed methadone on the street in the illicit drug market.
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Limited Hospitalization/Day Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization, also known as "PHP" or Day Treatment, is a form of recovery program which works to treat substance abuse issues and mental health issues which may be co-occurring. In a PHP program, the individual in treatment takes part in various treatment activities and techniques during the day and then returns home in the evening. This is done anywhere from five to seven days a week, depending on the severity of the problem. Partial Hospitalization can be helpful for addicted individuals who may not be able to afford long-term inpatient care, or who are unable to be away from their families for extended periods of time. While in Day Treatment, individuals participate in typical counseling and therapy for addiction issues while also addressing mental health troubles which could prevent them from making progress and obtaining gains throughout the treatment process.

Limited Hospitalization Day Treatment Programs category listings in Scottsboro, Alabama:

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