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  • Much of the Ketamine which can be obtained for recreational use has been diverted from veterinarians' offices.
  • Vicodin overdose can be fatal or result in permanent brain damage if treatment is delayed and a large amount of the drug has been taken, so it is important that individuals get help immediately if it is suspected that they have overdosed.
  • The average GHB dose can range anywhere from 1 to up to 5 grams (depending on drug purity) which can be 1-2 teaspoons mixed in a beverage.
  • When Percocet is abused to get high, individuals can swallow it, chew it, or crush and snort the drug which produces a more intense high.

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Partial Hospitalization-Day Treatment - Wilson, Wisconsin

For those not needing the intensive care that inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Wilson, WI. provides but still in need of additional attention than an outpatient program, partial hospitalization / day treatment is an excellent option. People are frequently enrolled into this type of treatment as a prevention measure when it comes to their substance abuse difficulties or as a transition back into their life in the community. Partial hospitalization / day treatment generally lasts for a number of hours a day (if not the entire day itself) and for several days through the week (if not the entire week). Throughout their time in treatment clients will probably participate in personal counseling and group therapy in addition to other social activities to build their life skills.

  • Northwest Counseling Guidance Clinic
    15 miles from Wilson, Wisconsin
    Northwest Counseling Guidance Clinic is a Drug Treatment Facility that is located at:

    402 Technology Drive E
    Menomonie, WI. 54751

    If you would like to contact Northwest Counseling Guidance Clinic, you can reach them at 715-235-4245.

    Northwest Counseling Guidance Clinic offers the following treatment services: Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance