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  • The prescription medications that are most commonly reported to be linked to accidental or intentional drug overdose deaths in the United States include, but are not limited to Soma, Oxycontin, Vicodin and Xanax; one of the most potent drugs that is a relative newcomer to the prescription drug scene in Fentanyl.
  • Indians and Hispanics have high rates of abuse of inhalants.
  • Chewing magic mushrooms for around ten minutes orally enables the psilocybin and its analogues to enter the brain faster.
  • Amphetamine and methamphetamine are legally manufactured in tablet form in the U.S. and can be prescribed by a physician.
  • In 2008, marijuana, alcohol and cocaine were the most common drugs found among Ecstasy related emergency department visits involving Ecstasy in combination with alcohol or other drugs; with marijuana being involved in 38.2%, alcohol being involved in 38.1%, and cocaine being involved in 31.8%.
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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 situation 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. While the reasons may vary from person to person, most of the reasons for the high rates of addiction among Native American and Alaska natives are cultural ones. The biggest barrier to treating Native Americans and Alaska Natives for substance abuse 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 Sturgis, South Dakota:

  • PHS Indian Hospital
    PHS Indian Hospital is a Drug Rehabilitation Facility that is located at:

    400 Soldier Creek Road
    Rosebud, SD. 57570
    605-747-2231 x3265

    Treatment Services: Outpatient Treatment, Native American Or Alaska Native Language Services
    Payment Options: Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Payment Assistance (based on Facility)
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