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Are you or a loved one struggling with prescription painkillers, alcohol or street drugs like heroin? Call our drug abuse hotline to be connected with one of our rehabs or detox centers and start your new life today.

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Drug Rehab Centers

No matter where you live, there is a drug rehab center that can help you overcome your addiction. We can help you find a treatment center based on your location, budget and specific needs and get you started immediately.

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The Ranch

Not Your Average Rehab

Nunnelly, TN
Location
3 months
Length of Program
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Treatment For: Alcohol, Dual Diagnosis,  and more.
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Back2Basics

Self-Sufficiency, Recovery and a Dash of Adventure

Flagstaff, AZ
Location
6 months
Length of Program
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Treatment For: Alcohol, Marijuana,  and more.
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Benchmark Recovery Center

A Holistic, 12-Step Recovery Center

Manor, TX
Location
90 days
Length of Program
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Treatment For: Alcohol, Nicotine,  and more.
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Most Common Drug Addictions

Addiction to any drug is dangerous, but some drugs are more commonly abused than others. Heroin, cocaine and prescription painkillers are some of the most commonly abused drugs in America. If you are struggling with an addiction to these or any drug, help is waiting.

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Heroin

Heroin Addiction Information

Many people who develop an addiction to heroin started out taking prescription painkillers like oxycodone or hydrocodone. As these drugs become harder and harder to get, heroin use has risen dramatically among many different kinds of people across the country. 

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Cocaine

Cocaine Addiction Information

Many people believe cocaine can’t cause an addiction because it doesn’t have obvious signs of physical withdrawal. Those who abuse cocaine on a regular basis are more likely to develop a psychological addiction to it, eventually craving it and needing it to feel normal.

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Painkillers

Painkillers Addiction Information

Synthetic painkillers such as hydrocodone, oxycodone and codeine are often readily available by prescription or in family medicine cabinets. Many people who started taking painkillers after a procedure or because of chronic pain have developed a physical and/or psychological dependence on them.

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Marijuana

Marijuana Addiction Information

As laws regarding marijuana use change, more and more people are getting access to the drug. Although it isn’t as physically addictive as other drugs, marijuana can cause a serious psychological dependence that may require treatment and counseling.

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Meth

Meth Addiction Information

One of the most addictive substances in America, meth can release more than three times the amount of dopamine as cocaine. This unnatural level of euphoria can lead to addiction in as little as one use. Crystal meth is a potent, smokeable form of the drug.

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Alcohol Addiction

Over 17 million Americans struggle with an alcohol problem. If you are one of them, there is help available. Learn more about this common addiction and how to become sober.

Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Quitting drinking can be difficult and may require medical supervision. Find out how to safely and effectively detox from alcohol and learn how alcoholics can overcome their addiction.

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Addiction and Abuse of Alcohol

Because alcohol is so heavily consumed in the United States, many cases of abuse and addiction go unnoticed or untreated. Learn the difference between social and problem drinking.

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Withdrawal from Alcohol

Detoxing from heavy alcohol use can be dangerous without medical supervision. Medication can help with withdrawal symptoms like nausea, muscle aches and anxiety.

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Signs of Alcoholism

Worried someone you care about is struggling with an alcohol problem? Warning signs of alcohol addiction include frequent binge drinking and blacking out.

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College Drug Addictions & Teenage Drug Abuse

Teens and young adults are more likely to experiment with drugs and alcohol than their older peers. Understand the challenges America’s youth are facing to help prevent future addictions.

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