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  • For individuals who are aged 21 or older, emergency department visits involving Ecstasy also typically involve alcohol and cocaine.
  • Due to the rapid onset of central nervous system depression that commonly occurs as the result of a methadone overdose, it is not wise to encourage the person to vomit, as this could lead to them choking.
  • Alcohol abuse, which can lead to alcoholism, is a pattern of drinking resulting in harm to ones health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work.
  • Individuals who have been prescribed Adderall will often become dependent to it and need it just to feel normal, and will have significant trouble coming off of it when it is time to do so.
  • Chronic methamphetamine users often experience mental depression associated with withdrawal that lasts longer than the short-term symptoms and is more severe than that of cocaine withdrawal.
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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 circumstance 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 substance 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 language and culture differences. This is why it is crucial 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 Sisseton, South Dakota:

  • Oglala Sioux Tribe
    Oglala Sioux Tribe is a Drug Rehab Program that is located at:

    3200 Canyon Lake Drive
    Rapid City, SD. 57702
    605-342-8925

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Outpatient Treatment, Adolescents (18 and under), Co-Occurring Mental with Substance Abuse Issues, Specialized in Hiv/Aids Patients, Specialized in Alternative Lifestyle, Seniors/Older Adult Services, Women Only, Men Only, Dui/Dwi Offender Programs, Criminal Justice Client Programs, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients, Native American Or Alaska Native Language Services, Other Language Programs
    Payment Options: Payment Assistance (based on Facility)
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