Blog for Nashville Drug Treatment Centers
Nashville opiate abuse treatment centers have increased since more people are addicted to opiates now than ever before. Oxycodone, hydrocodone, heroin and Demerol are known as the most addictive types of opioid medications. If your doctor has prescribed these for a medical condition, take them only ... Read More
Nationally, the trend for heroin overdose rates is rising. The National Institutes of Health tracks known overdose deaths from a variety of sources, including popular illicit and legal drugs. Where drugs like cocaine are seeing fewer and fewer deaths from misuse, heroin overdose rates are trending u... Read More
Like other opiates and narcotic pain relievers, addiction to Percocet can lead to painful, uncomfortable, and even dangerous withdrawal effects. If you've developed a chemical dependence on Percocet or other opiates, these withdrawals should be carefully monitored through centers dedicated to Percoc... Read More
The Nashville Drug Treatment Centers initiate their first Prescription Drug Addiction Outreach Program in Durham, NC...
The Nashville Drug Treatment Centers have begun a prescription drug addiction awareness campaign in the Nashville area with hopes of providing addicts suffering from a pai... Read More
Tools Help us Build Something...
Like a saw, hammer and nails help build structures or furnishings, breaking free from alcohol and drug addiction requires recovery tools. Asking for help is the one action of recovery you will take no matter which tools you choose. Just as no one builds a sky... Read More
Mental illness is often a precursor to drug and alcohol addiction and equally, ongoing substance abuse can lead to psychiatric disorders. Addicts are frequently given a dual diagnosis. When co-existing disorders are at play, a program which addresses both must be employed. Special dual diagnosis cen... Read More
If you are in doubt of what type of help you need, alcohol addiction treatment Nashville can help you identify the best rehab for your case...
It may seem crazy to think that having a few drinks could actually lead to a problem with alcohol abuse, but reality is that, having more than a few ... Read More