Facts

  • Vicodin is chemically similar to heroin, and affects the same areas of the brain and nervous system to block the perception of pain.
  • Males are nearly twice as likely as women to have been intoxicated among drivers in fatal motor-vehicle traffic crashes.
  • PCP users may experience feelings of invulnerability and exaggerated strength, and some users may become severely disoriented, violent, or suicidal.
  • Withdrawal symptoms typical of ecstasy withdrawal include depression, fatigue, loss of appetite, feelings of depression and trouble concentrating.

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Listings for "Hospital Inpatient" in Vermont

  • Valley Vista
    23 Upper Plain Bradford VT., 5033
    802-222-5201
  • Brattleboro Retreat
    1 Anna Marsh Lane Brattleboro VT., 5302
    800-345-5550 x6182
  • University of Vermont Health Network
    130 Fisher Road Montpelier Vermont, 5602
    802-371-4100
  • Springfield Health Center
    100 River Street Springfield Vermont, 5156
    802-886-8914
  • White River Junction VAMC and
    215 North Main Street White River Junction VT., 5009
    802-295-9363 x5760
  • Rutland Regional Medical Center
    160 Allen Street Rutland VT., 5701
    802-775-7111
  • White River Junction VA Medical Center
    215 North Main Street White River Junction Vermont, 5009
    802-295-9363 x5760