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Heroin, meth, and cocaine use is rising. They are lethally potent and widely available. Learn about the signs and symptoms of abuse.

Heroin

About Heroin

Even a single dose of heroin can cause a person to become addicted. Addiction to heroin causes many distressing symptoms, and even when the person wants to stop using they do not know how. Learn how to have the best chance at recovery.

Methamphetamine

About Meth

Methamphetamine (crystal meth) is a highly addictive stimulant that can be smoked, injected, inhaled or taken by mouth. Long-Term meth users develop tolerance and require constantly looking for the next dose to avoid withdrawal.

Cocaine

About Cocaine

Despite its glamorization as a pricey party drug, people of every demographic use and abuse cocaine. Cocaine is highly addictive and one of the most habit-forming illicit drugs. Using cocaine may cause serious health problems and may even lead to death.

Opioid painkillers are used to treat pain, but they can produce euphoria are widely abused. Long-term use of painkillers can lead to physical dependence.

Hydrocodone

About Hydrocodone

Millions of hydrocodone pills are prescribed every year. Hydrocodone addiction and dependency is caused by taking more of their prescription than recommended. Understanding hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms is important.

Codeine

About Codeine

Codeine is an opiate drug found in prescription-strength cough syrups and in combination with other analgesics. Codeines highly addictive nature is a widespread problem that spans across ages, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Tramadol

About Tramadol

Demerol, like other opiate painkillers, can easily cause a fatal overdose. Demerol can be smoked, snorted, swallowed, chewed up, or injected when abused.

In moderation, stimulants enhance mood, increase alertness and relieve fatigue.

Adderall

About Adderall

Adderal is classified as a central nervous system stimulant that speeds up and heightens certain bodily processes. Long term abuse of this addictive drug can lead to physical damage to the brain and other organs.

 

Steroids

About Steroids

People who abuse anabolic steroids tend to do so for its properties tied to improving physical performance and muscle growth.

Ritalin

About Ritalin

Unfortunately, people without ADHD soon develop a tolerance to the drug and need increasing amounts of the drug to achieve the same effect.

Benzodiazepines are a type of medication known as tranquilizers. They are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States.

Xanax

About Xanax

Xanax is one of the most commonly reported drugs of abuse, because of its high potency, rapid onset and relatively short duration.

 

Valium

About Valium

Valium is most commonly prescribed to treat anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal syndrome and chronic sleep disorders.

Illicit Drugs

Heroin, meth, and cocaine use is rising. They are lethally potent and widely available. Learn about the signs and symptoms of abuse.

Heroin

About Heroin

Even a single dose of heroin can cause a person to become addicted. Addiction to heroin causes many distressing symptoms, and even when the person wants to stop using they do not know how. Learn how to have the best chance at recovery.

Methamphetamine

About Meth

Methamphetamine (crystal meth) is a highly addictive stimulant that can be smoked, injected, inhaled or taken by mouth. Long-Term meth users develop tolerance and require constantly looking for the next dose to avoid withdrawal.

Cocaine

About Cocaine

Despite its glamorization as a pricey party drug, people of every demographic use and abuse cocaine. Cocaine is highly addictive and one of the most habit-forming illicit drugs. Using cocaine may cause serious health problems and may even lead to death.

Pain Killers

Opioid painkillers are used to treat pain, but they can produce euphoria are widely abused. Long-term use of painkillers can lead to physical dependence.

Hydrocodone

About Hydrocodone

Millions of hydrocodone pills are prescribed every year. Hydrocodone addiction and dependency is caused by taking more of their prescription than recommended. Understanding hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms is important.

Codeine

About Codeine

Codeine is an opiate drug found in prescription-strength cough syrups and in combination with other analgesics. Codeines highly addictive nature is a widespread problem that spans across ages, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Tramadol

About Tramadol

Demerol, like other opiate painkillers, can easily cause a fatal overdose. Demerol can be smoked, snorted, swallowed, chewed up, or injected when abused.

Stimulants

In moderation, stimulants enhance mood, increase alertness and relieve fatigue.

Adderall

About Adderall

Adderal is classified as a central nervous system stimulant that speeds up and heightens certain bodily processes. Long term abuse of this addictive drug can lead to physical damage to the brain and other organs.

 

Steroids

About Steroids

People who abuse anabolic steroids tend to do so for its properties tied to improving physical performance and muscle growth.

Ritalin

About Ritalin

Unfortunately, people without ADHD soon develop a tolerance to the drug and need increasing amounts of the drug to achieve the same effect.

Benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepines are a type of medication known as tranquilizers. They are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States.

Xanax

About Xanax

Xanax is one of the most commonly reported drugs of abuse, because of its high potency, rapid onset and relatively short duration.

 

Valium

About Valium

Valium is most commonly prescribed to treat anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal syndrome and chronic sleep disorders.

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We provide highly-structured treatment experiences as well as limited, low-intensity group housing. This allows for individuals with varying degrees of addiction and mental health challenges to be placed in the level of care that they require.

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Fast Facts

Addiction Treatment

Cost

Paying for treatment is covered by most insurance. There are many options to help cover the cost of treatment. Specialists are available 24 hours a day to discuss your options.

Location

Treatment facilities are located in all 50 states. If you are looking for an addiction rehab center near you speak with one of our specialists. We are available 24 hours a day.

Duration

Treatment can be completed in just a few short weeks for many patients. A rehab specialist will work with you to create a plan which gives you the best chance to succeed fighting an addiction.