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Contact Us About Us Privacy Policy TOS Addiction Treatment Centers in Omaha Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska located on the River Missouri. Its metropolitan area is the 59th largest in the United States with an estimated population of 944,316. Omaha is nicknamed as "Gateway to the West”. Omaha Stockyards and its meatpacking plants was one of the world's largest in the 20th century. Today, Omaha has several Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies. The touristy city is home to Henry Doorly Zoo, one of the largest and most advanced zoos on the planet. Other tourist attractions include Old Market downtown, boutiques, several art centers and museums. It is a beer-lover's paradise. They have a wide array of craft beers and have beer festivals throughout the year. A new brewery pops up almost every month. Omaha has the largest furniture store in the U.S (Nebraska Furniture Mart) and the biggest jewelry store (Borsheim's). Since it is an agricultural state, the restaurants serve locally sourced food and the Omaha Farmers Market offers fresh local produce, meat and dairy in plenty. What is the population growth of Omaha? The population of Omaha was 465,233 in 2016. It has increased by 0.36% in 2017. Since 2000, the city has grown more than 13% and the state as a whole has increased steadily, although it has lagged behind the national average for more than twenty years. It is expected to continue moderate population growth in the coming decade. 84% of Omaha residents speak only English and the other majority speaks Spanish. Binge and underage drinking in Omaha: Excessive consumption of alcohol over a short period of time is known as binge drinking. When a man consumes more than 5 drinks and a woman consumes more than 4 drinks over the course of 2 hours, it is considered as binge drinking. The drinker's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) reaches or exceeds 0.08 grams per 100 grams of blood. As per the survey conducted by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), approximately 2 out of every 5 college studentsof all ages (more than 40%) reported binge drinking at least once in the 2 weeks prior to the survey conducted.” Underage drinking: Underage drinking is higher because teens do not fully understand the consequences of drinking or even be aware of them. Immediate negative consequences include delayed puberty and brain damage. Indirect consequences include sexual assaults and car crashes post drinking. According to a report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, there were 10 million underage drinkers in 2010. Among these, 6.5 million were binge drinkers and 2 million were heavy drinkers. Risk factors of underage drinkers: People who start drinking at a young age are more likely to be dependent on alcohol for the rest of their lives. Teens whose family members have a drinking problem are more likely to develop the same problem. It makes them think this behavior is acceptable. They


also tend to believe that alcohol makes them fit into the society and hence they drink more heavily. Consequences of alcohol abuse in college: According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the following statistics apply to college students between the ages 18 to 24. • More than 690,000 are assaulted by another student who has been under the influence of alcohol • More than 97,000 are victims of alcohol-related sexual assault or date rape • About 1,825 die from alcohol-related unintentional injuries • About 599,000 receive unintentional injuries while under the influence of alcohol • About 25% report academic consequences of their drinking, including doing poorly in exams, missing classes, falling behind and receiving lower grades • More than 150,000 develop an alcohol-related health problem • Between 1.2 - 1.5% indicate they tried to commit suicide within the past year due to drinking or drug abuse Underage drinking in the state of Nebraska accounts for 25% of all alcohol sold in the state. In a ranking of states based on the alcohol percentage consumed by youth, with 1 being the highest, Nebraska ranked fifth. Alcohol addiction statistics in Omaha: • Approximately 1,825 college students die each year due to alcohol use • 599,000 incidents involving bodily harm due to alcohol use • 10% of the population who chooses to drink alcohol will eventually meet criteria for a substance use disorder Alcohol addiction treatment in Omaha: The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services provides funding and contract management to area facilities that provide prevention and treatment services. Benefits of going to a Rehab program: A study conducted at the University of Nebraska, Omaha found that students who used drugs were more likely to commit criminal acts even though 80% of them considered themselves law-abiding citizens. Addiction places a veil between the abuser and reality which makes it difficult to determine what is real and what could be the consequences of their actions. Rehabilitation programs help in removing that veil to understand what happened so the patient can work on correcting the damage. Medication and therapy help in dealing with stress, anger and disappointment without having to return to alcohol abuse. Treatment process: Detox and rehabilitation are integral steps in the treatment process. Detoxification is the process of letting the body removes the drugs in it. This process safely manages withdrawal symptoms when someone stops alcohol intake. The detoxification process: Evaluation Blood tests are conducted to measure the amount of alcohol in the patient's body. Other medical tests are conducted for physical and mental health issues. Any other medical history of the patient is also revisited. Based on all the information collated, the doctors set up the patient's long-term treatment plan. Stabilization Addiction treatment medications are prescribed to prevent complications and reduce withdrawal symptoms. The goal of stabilization is to prevent any form of harm to the patient. Treatment program The final step is to prepare the patient for the actual treatment program. This is where the doctors take the patient through the treatment process and what to expect. Inpatient rehab Omaha offers the best chance of success after detox as the patient is constantly monitored and worked upon. Inpatient alcohol addiction treatment care Most inpatient centers offer family programs. This helps the members of the family to participate in family counseling to mend trust


and identify dysfunctional relationships that could trigger relapse post-treatment. The duration of the treatment can be 30, 60 or 90 days. Based on the patient's medical plan, it could be even longer to ensure complete treatment. Aftercare After the patient complete their alcohol addiction treatment at the center, they are released to return to their normal life routine. During the release, facilities provide final assessments, additional advice, and guidance to patients. This needs to be followed by the patients for the rest of their lives in order to stay out of the addiction. Patients in aftercare participate in on-going treatment programs like 12-step groups and therapy. This is to maintain their sobriety indefinitely. The aftercare options vary at each Omaha treatment center. Those treatment centers that provide the best results in helping patients maintain sobriety offer a wide range of aftercare options. Alumni participation: Some drug rehab Omaha centers have its own alumni participation program. Alumni programs are to engage former patients and maintain relationships with others who have successfully completed rehab. 12-step meetings, social gathering, ongoing education, and support are some of the ways alumni programs are conducted. Addiction treatment centers in Omaha: CenterPointe It was founded in the year 1973 as 'Lincoln Lancaster Drug Projects'. It was one of the first programs in the U.S to offer integrated substance use and mental health care in the 1980s. Awards received: Science in Service Award for Co-occurring Treatment from SAMHSA 2009. Integrity Award Winner from Lincoln Better Business Bureau 2017. Treatment offered for: Substance use issues, mental illness, and co-occurring disorders. The recovery center is located in Lincoln, NE-68503 and their contact number is 402.475.8717. Santa Monica House It was founded in 1972 and is designed exclusively for women. In addition to the addiction treatment, the center focuses on developing practical life skills that will enable outside employment. The patients are provided with the knowledge and tools to prevent relapse. Certification: Santa Monica has been accredited by CARF for Residential treatment: Alcohol and Other Drugs/Addictions. Treatment offered for: Trauma resulting from verbal, physical and emotional abuse. Medical treatment of alcohol and drugs. The treatment periods are longer, lasting up to 12 months. Best way to contact Santa Monica House is to email them at or give a call to 402.558.7088. Heartland Family Service It was founded in 1875 and has more than 15 locations in east-central Nebraska and southwest Iowa. The center caters to more than 52,000 individuals each year. Treatment offered for: Depression, stress, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, bipolar disorder. To Contact Heartland Family Service email them at and their phone number is 402.553.3000, they are physically located in 2101 South 42nd Street, Omaha, NE, USA 68105 A.R.C.H Men's Halfway House The A.R.C.H (Alcoholics Resocialization Conditioning Help) was founded in 1972. The center is licensed by the State of Nebraska to treat men over the age of 18. Certification: CARF accredited Treatment offered for Alcohol abuse and drug abuse Visit A.R.C.H Men's Halfway House either in 604 S 37th street, Omaha, NE 68105 or 1502 N 58th street Omaha, NE 68104. Their telephone number is 402.346.8898/ 402.556.6425


Theraha It is founded and run by Kira Talbott who has worked in the field of substance abuse and mental health since 2009. Treatment offered for: Mental health issues, substance abuse, alcohol addiction Theraha is located in Shamrock Plz Suite 200,Omaha, NE 68154,contact them through Phone 402.915.2064 Or email them at to know more details Find The Right Treatment Addiction aide provides confidential drug abuse assessment and treatment placement tailored to your individual needs. Achieve Long-term recovery, give us a call or fill out the form below and we will respond as soon as possible. Call: 802-231-1018 Your Name* RECLAIM YOUR LIFE We Respect Your Privacy FAQ vCan you leave the rehabilitation center ? VWhat are the Stages of Addiction? VWhat are narcotics and why people get it? C CALL NOW 24/7 Compassionate Advisors Available. Free Consolidation Available. Addiction tide C Verify Insurance Check Your Insurance Coverage to Find Out What Will be Covered For Addiction T reatment Addiction


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