Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

It is a common misconception that abusing prescription medications is safer than taking illegal street drugs. Not only is abusing prescription medications extremely dangerous, it can be deadly. The potential to overdose on a prescription medication or become addicted is very real. The abuse has risen to unprecedented levels, accounting for almost 40% of drug overdoses in the United States. Over 50% of all prescription medications for nonmedical use are obtained from friends or relatives.

How We Can Help

  • Develop the skills needed to stop or reduce substance use
  • Help to build a strong social support system
  • Set reachable goals
  • Coping with or avoiding triggers that might cause relapse
  • Resources to assist with housing, employment, and skill building.

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Commonly Abused Drugs

Signs & Symptoms

Dangers of Abuse & Dependence

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