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  • Chronic opiate use causes the bodys natural painkillers (known as endorphins) to cease working as they normally would, causing even more of a reliance to opiates.
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Hospital Inpatient Programs

Hospital inpatient drug or alcohol treatment is done in a hospital setting and is overseen by doctors and other medical staff. Hospital inpatient treatment is sometimes necessary in the beginning stages of abstinence when the person may encounter the onset of medically dangerous withdrawal symptoms, which is sometimes the case when quitting alcohol as well as a category of prescription drugs known as benzodiazepines which should be monitored very carefully by medical professionals to minimize ant dangerous health complications. Hospital inpatient treatment is also delivered to individuals who desire a medication assisted withdrawal, as is the case with individuals who are addicted to opiates and wish to use this type of detox technique to avoid the harsh withdrawal symptoms associated with heroin or other opiate withdrawal. This type of opiate detox is not considered full rehabilitation and these individuals will require additional counseling and therapy to entirely recover from addiction.

Hospital Inpatient Programs category listings in Sunbury, Pennsylvania:

  • Sunbury Community Hospital
    Sunbury Community Hospital is a Drug Rehabilitation Facility that is located at:

    350 North 11th Street
    Sunbury, PA. 17801
    570-286-3333

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Spanish Services
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Accepts Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare), Payment Assistance (based on Facility)
  • Excela Health Behavioral Health
    Excela Health Behavioral Health is an Addiction Treatment Facility that is located at:

    532 East Pittsburgh Street
    Greensburg, PA. 15601
    724-832-4450

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Outpatient Treatment, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, State Financed Insurance besides Medicaid, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Accepts Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)
  • Temple University Hospital
    Temple University Hospital is a Drug Rehab that is located at:

    100 East Lehigh Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA. 19125
    215-707-1200

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Outpatient Treatment, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients, Spanish Services, Other Language Programs
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Medicare Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance, Accepts Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)
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