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Are you or a loved one struggling with addictions to prescription painkillers, alcohol or other drugs like heroin? Call our drug abuse hotline and get connected with a rehab or detox center and start your new life today.

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Drug Rehab Centers

It does not matter where you live or how much you make, there is a drug rehab center that can help you or your loved one overcome addiction. We will help you find a treatment center that will suit all your needs like location, cost, and any other specific needs you may have.

Safe Haven Rehabs

Safe Haven Rehabs provide the most nurturing atmosphere, are located off the grid, are far away from the toxic environments, negative influencers and prying eyes. 

Negative Influencers

Negative Influencers that participate and encourage the use of drugs and/or alcohol. For rehab success, the removal of these influences are not just important but are a necessity for true recovery.

Rehab Centers

Addiction Solutions Group analyzes clients needs and uses a 34 point assessment system to identify the rehab center that perfectly-fits our clients needs. We have a abundance of rehabilitation centers that we can choose from to place you or your loved one in a warm, safe atmosphere monitored by licensed professionals and free from glaring eyes or judgement.

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Most Common Drug Addictions

Addiction to any drug is dangerous, but certain drugs are more commonly abused than others. Cocaine, Heroin, and prescription painkillers are some of the most commonly abused drugs today. If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction to these or any other drug, we can help, call now.

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Heroin Addiction Information

Many heroin addicts started out by taking prescription painkillers like oxycodone or hydrocodone. As these drugs become harder to get heroin became an easy to find substitute, heroin use has risen dramatically across the country in recent years.

Treatment and Rehab

Although heroin may be one of the most abused drugs, it has many opportunities for treatment. Rehab for heroin focuses on the underlying causes of addiction while also providing guidance for life-long recovery.

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Withdrawal and Detox

Heroin withdrawal symptoms, like vomiting, nausea, and muscle aches, make it seemingly impossible to quit on your own. Treatment centers provide medical detox which can help make these symptoms more manageable.

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Symptoms and Signs

Not all users inject heroin, so you might not be able to see needle or “track” marks even if your loved one is using heroin. Common signs of heroin abuse include bloodshot eyes, extreme drowsiness, and rapid weight loss. 

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Cocaine Addiction Information

Many believe cocaine cannot cause an addiction because it does not have the obvious signs of physical withdrawal like other drugs such as heroin. Rather those who abuse cocaine are more likely to develop a psychological addiction, craving it to feel normal.

Treatment and Rehab

Cocaine is often used as a “party drug” or in a social environments, because of this it is important to establish healthy new relationships during recovery. Rehab for cocaine includes group counseling and ongoing support.

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Withdrawal and Detox

The most severe withdrawal symptoms from cocaine are psychological such as agitation, anxiety, depression, restlessness and even nightmares. Cocaine users may binge to try and avoid these symptoms.

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Symptoms and Signs

As a stimulant, cocaine increases a user’s energy and alertness, making the user feel very hyper. Heavy use will eventually lead to confusion, sweating, random nose bleeds, chills, seizures, or in extreme cases even a coma.

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Painkillers Addiction Information

Synthetic painkillers are often readily available by prescription or easily accessible in family medicine cabinets. Many who start taking painkillers after an operation or because of chronic pain end up developing a physical and/or psychological dependence.

Hydrocodone

With pain-relieving effects similar to heroin, hydrocodone is the main ingredient in many abused painkillers. It is commonly combined with acetaminophen in many brand names like Vicodin, Norco and Lortab.

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Oxycodone

Oxycodone is a powerfully addictive semi-synthetic painkiller that has a high potential for abuse. Oxycodone is very common and can be seen in popular brand names such as OxyContin, Percocet and Roxicodone.

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Codeine

While less potent than other painkillers like oxycodone, Codeine is used for mild to moderate pain, but still has a high potential for abuse. It can also be found in many prescription-grade cough syrups, which can be easy to get.

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Marijuana Addiction Information

As laws regarding marijuana use change, more people are getting easy access to the drug. While marijuana does not have the physical addictivity as many other drugs, it can still cause serious psychological dependence that may in some cases require treatment and counseling to overcome.

Treatment and Rehab

Treatment for marijuana dependency starts with therapy to help the user understand why they are abusing it. Marijuana addiction is often part of a patchwork of addictions that can include many other drugs.

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Withdrawal and Detox

Approximately 50% of all heavy marijuana users experience some kind of withdrawal symptoms when quitting. The most common symptoms of marijuana withdrawal are trouble sleeping, anxiety, irritability, vomiting, and abdominal pain.

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Symptoms and Signs

Marijuana affects people in different ways, but some of the most common signs of use include bloodshot eyes, increased appetite, a lack of motivation, and paranoia.

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Meth Addiction Information

Meth releases more than three times the amount of dopamine as cocaine making it one of the most addictive drugs that is commonly abused. This extreme euphoria can lead to addiction in as little as one use. Crystal meth is another form of the drug that can be used.

Treatment and Rehab

An addiction to meth is one of the hardest to overcome, so treatment for it needs to be specialized and rigorous to be effective. Many rehabs are well-versed in the many challenges that come with meth addiction.

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Withdrawal and Detox

A meth addiction is very discomforting when attempting to quit, making it extremely important to be supervised by a medical professional and not attempted alone. Withdrawal symptoms include mood swings, aches and hallucinations.

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Symptoms and Signs

Signs that of meth abuse include hyperactivity, drastic weight loss, tooth decay or loss of teeth, aggression and increased distractibility. Long term users require a dosage every day to maintain normal functions. 

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Alcohol Addiction

Millions of Americans currently struggle with an alcohol problem. If you or a loved are one of them, there is help readily available. Learn more about this common addiction and how you can overcome it.

Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Quitting drinking can be very difficult and may even require medical supervision. Find out how to safely detox and learn how you can overcome this addiction.

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Addiction and Abuse of Alcohol

Because alcohol is so commonly consumed by so many cultures, many cases of abuse and addiction go unnoticed or untreated for long periods of time. Learn the difference between social drinking and alcoholism.

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Withdrawal from Alcohol

Detoxing from heavy alcohol use can be dangerous without medical supervision as symptoms can be quite severe. Medication can help reduce withdrawal symptoms like nausea and muscle aches to be more managable.

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Signs of Alcoholism

Worried someone you care about may be struggling with alcoholism? Common signs of alcohol addiction include frequent binge drinking and blacking out.

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College Drug Addictions
& For Teenage Drug Abuse

Teens and young adults are most likely to experiment with drugs and alcohol. Understanding the challenges youth are facing today can help prevent future addictions.

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