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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Among American youth aged 12 to 17, the rate of current nonmedical use of prescription-type drugs declined from 4.0 percent in 2002 to 3.0 percent in 2010.
  • Abuse of prescription drugs including opioids, central nervous system (CNS) depressants, and stimulants can alter the brains activity and lead to addiction.
  • Individuals who abuse Ativan often take these types of benzodiazepines to enhance the effects of alcohol.
  • Amphetamine use is part of common urine analysis as part of a drug abuse testing program.
  • Ages 18-24 are the peak years for onset and intensification of the most common mental health problems among youth, including alcohol abuse.
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Adolescents (18 and under)

It is an unfortunate fact that many adolescents in the United States become exposed to drugs and alcohol at a very young age, and some even become addicted and dependent to drugs and/or alcohol. For adolescents who do become addicted and dependent to drugs and alcohol, parents need to take every step possible to help their child before it is too late. Any suspicion that drugs or alcohol are in the picture should be confronted immediately, otherwise, addiction will lead down a path of total destruction for the adolescent as well as for the family. There are drug rehabilitation facilities for adolescents offered in every state, many of which cater only to adolescents and have treatment professionals on staff that are trained specifically in dealing with this age group.

Adolescents 18 and under category listings in Worcester, Pennsylvania:

  • UHS Keystone Center
    8.3 miles from Worcester, Pennsylvania
    UHS Keystone Center is a Drug Addiction Treatment Program that is located at:

    722 East Butler Pike
    Ambler, PA. 19002
    215-542-4825

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Outpatient Treatment, Adolescents (18 and under), Dui/Dwi Offender Programs, Criminal Justice Client Programs, Specialized in Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket), Medicaid Coverage, Private or Personal Health Insurance
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