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  • Most opiate addicted individuals are no longer capable of holding down a job which often leads to loss of health insurance coverage. Diseases and conditions that develop as a result of opiate addiction are therefore often paid for through public funds because these individuals cannot pay for their own treatment.
  • Some Ativan may have a lack of recall and in some cases full blown amnesia because of the effects of the drug.
  • Doctor shopping is a term used to describe the method by which illicit users of prescription drugs see multiple doctors at the same time for the sole purpose of obtaining medications from more than one prescriber for their non-medical use.
  • Tolerance to methadone when administered in a pain-control program usually occurs during the first few weeks.

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St. Cloud, MN. - Partial Hospitalization-Day Treatment

For individuals not wanting the intensive care that inpatient drug rehabilitation in St. Cloud, MN. supplies but still in need of additional attention than an outpatient program, partial hospitalization / day treatment is an excellent option. People are typically enrolled into this type of treatment as a prevention measure when it comes to their substance abuse troubles or as a transition back into their life in the community. Partial hospitalization / day treatment generally lasts for several hours a day (if not the entire day itself) and for several days all through the week (if not the entire week). Throughout their time in treatment clients will probably participate in individual counseling and group therapy in addition to other social activities to create their life skills.

  • Catholic Charities
    Catholic Charities is a Substance Abuse Treatment Program that is located at:

    1712 7th Avenue South
    St. Cloud, MN. 56301

    If you would like to contact Catholic Charities, you can reach them at 320-650-1590.

    Catholic Charities offers the following treatment services: Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance