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  • Inhalants can disrupt heart rhythms and cause death from cardiac arrest, and even lower oxygen levels to the point of suffocation and death.
  • Over one million adolescents each year are confirmed as victims of child abuse and neglect, with records of these incidents indicate that alcohol and drug abuse is one of the top two problems exhibited by families in 81% of the reported cases.
  • The States which have the lowest rates of past month use of marijuana among individuals aged 12 or older were in the South including Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas.
  • The most successful drug rehabs address multiple needs of the individual, not just his or her drug abuse.

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Hospital Inpatient - Easton, Pennsylvania

An individual who is severely addicted to drugs or alcohol will benefit tremendously by attending a hospital inpatient rehab program. These types of programs are geared towards making the individual‚''s withdrawal and detox as smooth as possible. Recovering persons will have access to medication as well as medical staff around the clock. While not every person attempting recovery needs this level of care, it is useful to those who have severe physical addiction problems to drugs or alcohol. Hospital inpatient programs often last several days to even up to a month. Once the hospital inpatient part of their treatment plan is finished they may choose to participate at a sober living setting or transfer into an outpatient program.

  • Sacred Heart Hospital
    13.3 miles from Easton, Pennsylvania
    Sacred Heart Hospital is an Addiction Recovery Program that is located at:

    421 West Chew Street
    Allentown, PA. 18102

    If you would like to contact Sacred Heart Hospital, you can reach them at 610-776-4500.

    Sacred Heart Hospital offers the following treatment services: Hospital Inpatient, Seniors/Older Adults, Criminal Justice Clients, Spanish
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance