California Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline

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Call the California Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline today for your free consultation and we can help get you or your loved one be on their way to a new way of living in recovery. You can contact us at 855-738-2770.


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Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline California:

Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline California [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

About Perscription Drug Abuse:

About Perscription Drug Abuse Prescription drug addiction is the largest growing drug epidemic in the country. In 2013, the Center for Disease control reported that there were 48,982 drug overdoses in the United States, over half of which were from prescription drug abuse. The number of drug overdoses linked to prescription drug abuse is more than that of all other illicit drugs combined. Prescription drugs have become much easier to obtain over the years and their impact on our society has grown at an alarming rate. [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

Signs Of Abuse:

Signs Of Abuse Prescription opioids are the most commonly abused of all prescription drugs. They are used to treat pain and account for 71 percent of all prescription drug related deaths in the U.S. Some common opioids that are abused include Oxycontin , Opana , Fentanyl, Vicodin, Demerol, and Deludid . Some common symptoms associated with opioid abuse include: Excessive fatigue or “nodding” out Profuse sweating Constricted or pinned-out pupils Slurred speech Excessive Itching Dramatic weight loss Pale Skin Little to no appetite (855) 738-2770

Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers California:

Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers California Those seeking recovery have a large variety of addiction treatment options to help them get on their way. California houses some of the largest recovery communities in the world as well as some the most well-renowned prescription drug addiction programs. When considering one’s options for prescription drug addiction treatment, it’s very important to consider the severity of the condition and their financial situations. Patients often utilize numerous methods of treatment to progressively transition back into society after their initial treatment is over. [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

Inpatient Treatment Centers:

Inpatient Treatment Centers Inpatient drug addiction treatment refers to a treatment center where patients reside at the facility and are subject to the center’s rules and regulations along with the highest level of accountability. There they will regularly attend addiction therapy sessions and therapy groups where they learn about their addiction, improve coping skills and connect with recovery support groups. They are also more closely monitored and are subject to regular drug screenings. Patients usually come to these centers immediately after leaving a detox facility. [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

Outpatient Treatment Centers:

Outpatient Treatment Centers Outpatient treatment programs offer many of the same benefits of inpatient programs, except they allow patients more freedom. They provide therapy groups and individual sessions like residential programs except they allow the patient to reside outside of the facility, like a sober living facility or transitional living house. [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

Recovery Support Groups:

Recovery Support Groups Recovery support groups require no dues or fees to attend and serve as a priceless resource for those seeking long term sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop their substance abuse. Millions have managed to achieve sobriety in recovery programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Both are 12-step based and provide their members with a healthy and conducive support group. Both are completely made up of other recovering alcoholics and addicts who share the same struggle in fighting addiction. California houses many other 12-step based groups that are derived from those that started with AA. [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770

Contact Us:

Contact Us [email protected] If you need help, please call our 24/7 Helpline (855) 738-2770