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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • About 2 million Americans in 2008 over the age of 12 reported using inhalants within the past year.
  • Chronic crystal meth users who inject the drug also risk scarred or collapsed veins, infections of the heart lining and valves, abscesses, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and liver or kidney disease.
  • If used in extremely high doses, crystal meth can increase heart rate, body temperature can rise to very dangerous levels, and the user can become paranoid, agitated and display very bizarre and risky behavior.
  • Drug overdose deaths have been reported to be listed on death certificates in the United States as just "poisoning."
  • When a person that is experiencing a drug overdose is having trouble breathing, the doctor will often insert a breathing tube to assist the patient.
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Residential Beds For Clients with Children

Although residential beds for clients children is not as prevalent as other specialized types of drug or alcohol rehabilitation programs, they are possible to find 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 facilities supplied beds for both mothers and their children. There is a great advantage to both the mother and child who are able to enroll in recovery programs that provide residential beds for clients children. The mother is able to receive the addiction treatment they need while remaining close with their children through the difficult process of addiction recovery. A lot of parents (mothers in particular) are afraid to admit that they need help for their substance abuse problemsfor fear that their children will be taken away. Rehab facilities providing residential beds for clients children help to reduce this fear while offering the care and support that both mother and child so desperately need.

Residential Beds For Clients with Children category listings in St. Charles, Illinois:

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