Prescription Drug Abuse and Drug Treatment In Spring Hill, Florida
At Suncoast Rehab Center, our inpatient alcohol and drug treatment center in Spring Hill, Florida, one of the most surprising things we’ve found with those coming to us for help with prescription drug addiction and abuse is how many drugs they’re actually taking.
Sure, some people just need OxyContin rehab or help with some other opiate, and some people only take Adderall or some other amphetamines. But, more often, they are taking an average of 17 different drugs. That’s the problem with taking a prescription drug; abuse is so common it’s become a bigger problem than street drugs.
And all you have to do is read the news headlines to know that it takes far less than 17 prescription drugs to cause serious trouble.
If you know someone with a prescription drug addiction or abuse problem, call Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida at 1-800-511-9403.
Our experienced staff can help you.
What Prescription Drug Abuse Problems need Treatment in Spring Hill, Florida?
We see several types of drugs causing prescription drug addiction.
- Prescription painkillers like OxyContin, hydrocodone, Percocet, Vicodin, Fentanyl, and methadone are big problems. Drug centers around the country are seeing more and more clients with OxyContin addiction, for example, and we’re having the same experience here in our Spring Hill, Florida alcohol and drug treatment center.
- Tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax, Librium, Ativan and Klonopin are also very commonly seen in drug programs.
- Adderall, Ritalin, dexadrine and other amphetamines are even rivaling meth abuse.
Florida is known as the ‘pill state,’ and, unfortunately, there aren’t enough drug programs to service everyone who needs help. Our Spring Hill, Florida drug rehab facility is one of the few. We also offer drug treatment for Hernando County, Florida, Pasco County, Florida, and Pinellas County, Florida, and people come to us from all around the U.S.
How Do I Get Drug Rehab for Prescription Drug Addiction or Abuse?
If you or someone you know needs help with prescription drug addiction or abuse and you live in Spring Hill, Florida, Pasco, Pinellas or Hernando County, Florida, or you live in another area and would like to find out what it would take to get into our unique drug treatment program, give us as call at 1-800-511-9403.
Our competent, experienced and friendly staff can help you handle your prescription drug addiction and abuse problem safely, and with a minimum of discomfort.
Call us today. Our alcohol and drug treatment program has helped thousands. We can help you, too.
Meth Treatment in Spring Hill for Pasco and Hernando County, Florida
All drugs, even prescription drugs, damage the body and the mind. But the damage done by meth abuse can make someone you care about literally unrecognizable within a fairly short time.
Check out the photos from the Faces of Meth project to see the effects of meth abuse. The photos are before and after shots – the ‘before’ shots are from the first time the person had their mug shot taken, so they don’t look great either. But the ‘after’ shots show you what happened to those people after using meth for a period of months or years.
This is not something you want to fool around with.
If you know someone who uses meth treatment in Pasco County or Hernando County, Florida, Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida offers the inpatient treatment they need.
Contact us today at 800-511-9403 and speak to our experienced counselors and get help.
How extensive is the physical damage caused by meth abuse without meth treatment?
Even though the Faces of Meth show only the ‘faces’, the internal damage done to the body from meth abuse is extensive as well.
The effects can include rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, and stroke. The small bloods vessels in the brain can be damaged and the heart lining can become inflamed. Some of the abscesses you see on a meth user’s face and body are actually caused by this blood vessel damage.
Some of the effects can be irreversible, so it’s important to get treatment in a meth rehab program as soon as possible.
Meth abuse can damage the mouth permanently. Check out what dentists have to say, along with photos, about ‘meth mouth’.
For meth treatment in Spring Hill and Hernando County, Florida, contact us at Suncoast Rehab Center – 800-511-9403
Does meth abuse also have mental and emotional effects?
The mental and emotional damage from meth abuse is severe. Violent behavior, paranoia, anxiety, confusion, and insomnia are not unusual.
A person involved in meth abuse can find it difficult to work and hold down a job, and they often withdraw socially. Eventually, the toxicity experienced can make the person psychotic. And the psychosis can last for months or even years after the person stops using the drug.
The solution is to get meth treatment fast!
How do I get help for meth abuse in Pasco and Hernando County, Florida?
Call us today at 800-511-9403 to find out what the next steps should be.
If you need help getting the person to agree to treatment, we also offer drug intervention. Sometimes it’s hard for a family to get the person’s agreement to get help or even get them to admit they have a problem. An interventionist knows what to say and do to get their cooperation.
Do you have other questions about addiction or alcohol & drug treatment?
Give us a call today at 800-511-9403. Our experienced counselors will listen to your problems and advise you regarding alcohol, drugs in general or any specific drug, as well as rehab facilities, drug programs, drug centers and the different types of alcohol & drug treatment.
Drug Intervention in Spring Hill, Pasco and Hernando County, Florida
Drug intervention is used when the family members and friends of a person needing alcohol and drug treatment can’t get the person to agree to handle get help for their problem. In fact, 70% of the interventions done are on people who don’t even admit they have a problem.
But family members know. They see the changes in the person’s physical, mental and emotional state and, even though the person denies that anything has changed or says those changes are actually due to them not feeling well, going through a lot of stress, are busier than usual, and so on, family members know something’s up.
For help with someone you care about call us today at 800-511-9403. Our experienced interventionists can advise you on the next step.
Why won’t people who need alcohol or drug treatment get help?
People who need alcohol rehab or drug treatment are often ashamed, embarrassed and frightened. They don’t want their family to know they have a problem, how serious it is, or that it’s out of their control.
If you have a family member who needs alcohol rehab or drug treatment but won’t admit they have a problem or agree to go to an alcohol or drug rehab center, drug intervention is the answer.
Is drug intervention always successful?
The drug intervention we offer at Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida is usually successful. Experienced interventionists have often been involved in drugs themselves and they understand how a person who needs alcohol or drug rehab thinks. They also know all the excuses, and they know how to cut through them. We have helped many people get into alcohol and drug treatment in Hernando County, Florida, and in Pasco County and Spring Hill. In fact, people come to us from all over Florida and other states.
How successful is the inpatient treatment offered at Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida?
Our Spring Hill, Florida inpatient treatment alcohol and drug programs are unique. We get the person off alcohol and drugs, but we also get down to the bottom of why they’re drinking or taking drugs so we can help them solve their problems.
Key to our success is also the program we work out with them to overhaul their lives once they’ve completed the rest of their alcohol or drug rehab program. This helps prevents a relapse and enables them to get a good start on a whole new life.
Can I get help for any type of substance abuse in Spring Hill, Pasco or Hernando County, Florida?
Yes. At Suncoast Rehab Center we can help with alcohol abuse as well as treatment for heroin, cocaine or meth abuse – or any other drug problem, including OxyContin abuse or prescription drug addiction or abuse.
If someone you can about needs alcohol rehab or drug treatment and you haven’t been successful at getting them to agree to go to a drug treatment center, call us now at 800-511-9403 to discuss the possibility of intervention.
Help your friend or family member get their life back today.
Cocaine Treatment Can Help Overcome Cocaine Abuse
If you or someone you care about is involved with cocaine abuse, you may already know how dangerous it is – and that’s why you’re online looking for help.
At Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida, we offer cocaine treatment – a full cocaine rehab program, true inpatient treatment rehabilitation. It will not only help the person stop using cocaine, it will also get down to the bottom of why they’re using drugs in the first place and address those issues.
Call us at 800-511-9403
We can help you figure out the next step.
Why is getting cocaine treatment urgent?
Although the high from cocaine doesn’t last long (5 to 30 minutes), the effects can be deadly.
Blood pressure is elevated, breathing is fast and labored, blood vessels are constricted and the heart rate escalates.
In fact, about half of all drug-related visits to hospital emergency rooms involve cocaine.
When the cocaine rush starts to wear off, the excitement and alertness of the ‘high’ turn to anxiety, depression, paranoia and exhaustion.
Usually, the person takes more cocaine. They want the feeling again. And again, and again, and again.
Some cocaine users will keep it up for days at a time – no sleep, little if any food, and a tremendous toll on the body as the heart rate and blood pressure are pushed to the limits for hours or days on end.
However, it is possible to end cocaine abuse. If someone you know needs help with a cocaine rehab program, Suncoast Rehab Center in Spring Hill, Florida offers cocaine treatment to people in Spring Hill, Pasco County, Hernando County and across the state and country.
Call us at 800-511-9403
Get the cocaine treatment you need to get your life back.
What happens if someone doesn’t get cocaine treatment quickly?
The anxiety, depression, paranoia and exhaustion that only used to be there when the drug starts to wear off are there all the time – even when they’re high.
All of this can eventually lead to the person acting psychotic, having hallucinations, and so on. Cocaine is poison, and the effects of the poison are extreme.
Can cocaine abuse kill someone?
Absolutely. Not only do the effects of long-term cocaine abuse seriously endanger a person’s health, there is also a possibility of overdose.
Overdose with cocaine is particularly dangerous because things can move so quickly the person dies before help arrives. The person gets delirious, their breathing becomes fast, irregular and shallow, they go unconscious, and their heart stops.
Where can I get help with cocaine abuse?
If someone you care about is looking for cocaine treatment in Hernando County, Pasco County, Spring Hill or anywhere in Florida or the U.S., call us today for help.
Call 800-511-9403 today. Don’t let cocaine abuse ruin your life any longer.
Our experienced, caring staff can help get you through
our successful and unique inpatient treatment.
It can work for you, too.