Facts

  • Someone who takes antidepressants regularly and is going through withdrawal because of cessation of use will likely experience rebound depression, and may become more depressed than they originally were.
  • The U.S. first took action to control the distribution and use of heroin through the Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914.
  • Men are inclined to consume alcohol in larger amounts than women. Although women absorb more alcohol, and take longer to break it down and remove it from their bodies.
  • Slang terms for PCP are angel dust, ozone, wack and rocket fuel.

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Drug Rehab in Ohio

There are many different kinds of drugs that anybody can become addicted to in Ohio. Illegal street drugs such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine are no longer the only drug threats because of the significant rise in prescription drug abuse within the past several years. Newly emerging designer drugs have also become a severe problem, such as the stimulant drug known as "bath salts" and synthetic variations of marijuana known as "spice" and "K2" which are being sold legally in specialty shops across the country. Just as rates of use and abuse of drugs are on the rise, so are rates of men and women needing and wanting to get quality help.

Drug treatment facilities in Ohio can benefit people by not only teaching them to abstain from abusing drugs, but also assist them through the difficult detoxification and withdrawal process. After the physical element of addiction is overcome, substance abuse counselors will help individuals get down to the bottom of how they became addicted to drugs in the first place, which will make sure they don't give in to the same traps and temptations in the future. If a person attempts to stop drug use on their own, they will not only find it very hard if not impossible to not succumb to the intense drug cravings, but they will also have to battle through the physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal alone, which can often be incredibly uncomfortable. If not in a drug rehabilitation facility, and with easy access to one's drug of choice, it can be easy enough to give in to relapse. This is why it is very important for individuals to know that help does exist, and there is a way to recover from the grips of drug addiction.

The way to successfully recover from addiction is to expose and resolve the aspects in one's life which made drugs a solution, and then establishing new solutions and coping mechanisms to better deal with these factors when they arise again in the future. Some drug rehab programs only address the physical aspect of addiction, and leave it up to the addicted individual to sort out their psychological and emotional ties to drugs. A drug detox center or short term drug treatment center for example ordinarily only helps people overcome the physical element of addiction and gets them to stop using drugs for a period of time. Unfortunately, there is a lot more to tackle if one wants to remain drug-free and be able to do it with confidence and resolve. This is why it is vital that people choose the appropriate kind of drug treatment center that is going to be effective at getting all important issues addressed through counseling, education and other treatment techniques for as long as it takes to reach this point.

Because treating addiction in this way is verified to be the most successful drug treatment approach, addicted individuals who want to receive the most effective help should receive treatment at a residential or inpatient drug rehab center in Ohio. There are a number of reasons why these types of rehab facilities supply the most superior treatment, but first and foremost the treatment setting in itself is one of the most important elements of treatment to factor in. A drug treatment program will deliver the best results when the recovering addict can completely focus themselves in recovery and self betterment. Outpatient drug treatment programs often don't provide desirable results and set a person up for relapse, due to the fact that they are not totally able to focus on recovery and then they return home to things which may trigger their addiction. If in an inpatient or residential drug rehab location this is of course not the case, in addition to the advantage of not having any access to drugs but having access to positive support and care around the clock.

An additional aspect which is often a predictor of whether or not a person will find good results by means of treatment at a drug rehab in Ohio is the length of time they remain in rehab. It has been verified time and time again that benefits will be commensurate with the intensity and length of treatment. If one critical issue is left unresolved while in drug rehab, this can set the person up for failure and relapse. Treating addiction can be a complex task, as not every person has the same problems to deal with and the same inner battles to fight. This is why the best treatment plan will assure that there is no time frame on one's drug rehab approach, and enables each individual to take the time to address all aspects of their own addiction at their very own pace.

If you or someone you care about in Ohio is battling an addiction to anything, whether it is prescription drugs, illicit street drugs or any other substance of abuse, talk to a substance abuse counselor right away. Find out which drug treatment facilities are located in your area and decide on one which will be the most effective for your situation.

Treatment Listings in Ohio:
  • Akron General Medical Center
    1 Akron General Avenue Akron Ohio, 44307
  • Harbor
    4334 Secor Road Toledo OH., 43623
  • Village Network
    615 Sunbury Road Delaware OH., 43015
  • Family Life Counseling and
    151 Marion Avenue Mansfield Ohio, 44903
  • Pickaway Area Recovery Services
    780 Gregg Street Washington Court House Ohio, 43160
  • Blanchard Valley Hospital
    1900 South Main Street Findlay OH., 45840
  • PsyCare
    235 Main Avenue SW Warren OH., 44481
  • CommQuest Services Inc
    1680 Nave Road Massillon Ohio, 44646
  • Travco Behavioral Health Inc
    4030 Boardman Canfield Road Canfield Ohio, 44406
  • Compass Recovery Center
    246 South Chestnut Street Ravenna OH., 44266
  • Mid Ohio Psychological Services
    624 East Main Street Lancaster OH., 43130
  • PsyCare
    136 Westchester Drive Youngstown Ohio, 44515
  • Nord Center
    6140 South Broadway Lorain Ohio, 44053
  • Miami Valley Hospital
    1 Wyoming Street Dayton OH., 45409
  • Northeast Ohio Health Services
    24200 Chagrin Boulevard Beachwood OH., 44122
  • Western Reserve Counseling Service Inc
    1 Victoria Place Painesville Ohio, 44077
  • Chillicothe VA Med Center
    510 West Union Street Athens Ohio, 45701
  • Community Counseling Centers
    1142 South High Street Columbus OH., 43206
  • Foundations Recovery Center
    269 Rose Avenue Marion OH., 43302
  • Firelands Counseling Recovery Services
    675 Bartson Road Fremont Ohio, 43420
  • Transitional Living Inc
    2052 Princeton Road Hamilton Ohio, 45011
  • Firelands Counseling Recovery Services
    292 Benedict Avenue Norwalk OH., 44857
  • Compass Family and Community Services
    3120 West Market Street Warren OH., 44485
  • Louis Stokes VA Medical Center
    1260 Monroe Street NW New Philadelphia Ohio, 44663
  • Volunteers of America
    624 Harmon Avenue Columbus Ohio, 43223
  • Mid Ohio Psychological Services
    114 Renick Avenue Chillicothe OH., 45601
  • Shelter Care Inc
    587 Seiberling Street Akron OH., 44306
  • Ohio MENTOR Columbus
    5655 North High Street Columbus Ohio, 43085
  • Health Resource Ct of Cincinnati Inc
    2347 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio, 45219
  • Crossroads Counseling Services Inc
    116 Main Street Belmont OH., 43718