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  • There is no pre-determined length of treatment time for individuals taking part in a program at long-term inpatient drug rehabs, because they progress through treatment at various rates.
  • Magic mushroom use can result in nervousness and paranoia.
  • Using Ambien in conjunction with alcohol typically increases some of the side effects of the drug, including drowsiness.
  • Moderate use of alcohol (2-3 drinks) can cause loss of motor coordination for up to 12 to 18 hours following alcohol consumption.

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Residential Long-Term Rehab (More Than 30 Days) - Elcho, WI.

Attending and completing a residential long-term rehab (more than 30 days) program in Elcho is typically the cornerstone in an addict's successful recovery from their personal struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. This form of drug rehab is much more intensive than others due to the fact the client lives at the facility full-time throughout the treatment process. While many addicts are at first hesitant about attending a long-term program lasting longer than 30 days they soon recognize the wonderful benefit. A residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) program provides the recovering person the time to thoroughly withdrawal from drugs and focus on themselves. Shorter programs are not capable of this due to their short duration.

  • Koinonia Residential Treatment Center
    17.5 miles from Elcho, Wisconsin
    Koinonia Residential Treatment Center is an Addiction Treatment Facility that is located at:

    1991 Winnebago Street
    Rhinelander, WI. 54501

    If you would like to contact Koinonia Residential Treatment Center, you can reach them at 715-362-5745.

    Koinonia Residential Treatment Center offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Detoxification, Halfway House, Outpatient, Residential Short-Term Treatment (30 Days Or Less), Residential Long-Term Treatment (More Than 30 Days), Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders, Women, Men
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Private Health Insurance