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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • An observer of a drug overdose incident should try to remain calm, and attempt to get a response from the person by squeezing their arm and calling their name.
  • In 2010, nearly 12 percent of adolescents aged 12 to 17 reported easy availability of heroin.
  • By age 25-30, children of alcoholics tend to have levels of drug use "substantially higher" than children of non-alcoholics.
  • Researchers have reported that in order for a person to consume enough marijuana to experience a fatal overdose, they would have to consume almost 40,000 times the amount of THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) required to intoxicate them. For example, if it took an individual 10 hits to become intoxicated, it would take 400,000 hits of marijuana to produce a fatal overdose.
  • In certain people, an interaction that could result in a potentially fatal overdose can take place when alcohol is mixed with cough medicines that contain dextromethorphan; unfortunately, there is no possible way to predict who will experience this particular, life-threatening interaction, and who will not.
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Criminal Justice Client Programs

Criminal justice clients typically need substance abuse treatment due to problems with drug and alcohol abuse. Due to the nature of the criminal justice system, there are distinct steps and guidelines that must be adhered to in order to be accepted into a criminal justice drug or alcohol treatment center or recovery program. The first step is to determine the criminal justice clients eligibility. This step is completed by a panel of officials who determine how much and what type of substance abuse [[[rehabilitation is necessary. Often, the criminal justice clients obtain their drug and alcohol treatment while they are incarcerated. For the best possible results, they are encouraged, if not strictly directed, to continue their recovery once they leave jail and enroll in sober living or a long-term residential transitional living program.

Criminal Justice Client Programs category listings in Trussville, Alabama:

  • Olivias House
    10.8 miles from Trussville, Alabama
    Olivias House is a Drug Rehabilitation Center that is located at:

    8017 2nd Avenue South
    Birmingham, AL. 35206
    205-833-5708 x21

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Alternative Housing - Transitional living, Residential Short-Term Treatment that is 30 days or less, Residential Long-Term Treatment that is 30 days or longer, Co-Occurring Mental with Substance Abuse Issues, Specialized in Hiv/Aids Patients, Specialized in Alternative Lifestyle, Caters to Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Women Only, Residential Beds For Clients with Children, Criminal Justice Client Programs, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Options: Payment Assistance (based on Facility)
  • Grandview Medical Center
    17.3 miles from Trussville, Alabama
    Grandview Medical Center is a Drug Rehab Service that is located at:

    3690 Grandview Parkway
    Birmingham, AL. 35243
    205-971-6100

    Treatment Services: Hospital Inpatient Programs, Seniors/Older Adult Services, Criminal Justice Client Programs
    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)
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