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Drug Treatment Tallahassee

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Use of prescription drugs often lead to an addicted lifestyle. When these medications become inaccessible or too expensive, users typically turn to heroin as a substitute. Centers for Drug Treatment Tallahassee recognize that the stigma of addiction can also cause people to be secretive about their drug use. Getting help from addiction specialists at facilities like Drug Treatment Centers in Tallahassee FL as soon as dependence is evident can prevent the needless suffering caused by this addiction.

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Drug Treatment Tallahassee matches with world class facilities with board certified doctors, nurses, psychiatrists and a host of other qualified specialists focused on helping patients to overcome addiction. Services are administered in a serene, homelike environment that enhances the recovery process.

At Drug Treatment Centers in Tallahassee Florida, treatment protocols are all aligned with evidence based best practices for treatment of addiction approved by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Register of Evidence-Based Programs (NREPP) and the National Institute on Substance Abuse among others.

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Drug Rehab Facilities in Tallahassee

Non Secure Programs Inc

Non Secure Programs Inc

2700 East 11th Street, Panama City, Florida 32401
Rating: 2.0
New Seasons

New Seasons

3976 Woodville Hwy, Tallahassee, Florida 32305
Rating: 3
Behavioral Health Group

Behavioral Health Group

2607 Ledo Rd, Albany, Georgia 31707
Rating: 3
Turn About Inc of Tallahassee

Turn About Inc of Tallahassee

2771 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32308
Rating: 5.0
DISC Village Inc Adult Outpatient

DISC Village Inc Adult Outpatient

603 North Martin Luther King Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Rating: 4.5
A Life Recovery Center Inc

A Life Recovery Center Inc

449 West Georgia Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Rating: 4.5
Leon County Treatment Center

Leon County Treatment Center

3976 Woodville Highway, Tallahassee, Florida 32305
Rating: 4.0
DISC Village Inc

DISC Village Inc

2967 Natural Bridge Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32305
Rating: 5.0
Non-Secure Programs Inc

Non-Secure Programs Inc

3190 Springhill Rd , Tallahassee, Florida 32305
Rating: 1.0
Heritage Foundation

Heritage Foundation

920 4th Street SE, Cairo, Georgia 39828
Rating: 3
Archbold Northside

Archbold Northside

401 Old Albany Road, Thomasville, Georgia 31799
Rating: 1.0
Bainbridge Treatment Center

Bainbridge Treatment Center

931 West Street, Bainbridge, Georgia 39819
Rating: 4.5
Georgia Pines CSB

Georgia Pines CSB

1005 South Washington Street, Bainbridge, Georgia 39819
Rating: 5.0
McLeod Gaston Inc

McLeod Gaston Inc

102 North Madison Street, Quitman, Georgia 31643
Rating: 3
Turning Point Hospital

Turning Point Hospital

3015 Veterans Parkway, Moultrie, Georgia 31788
Rating: 3.9
SBZ Services Unlimited

SBZ Services Unlimited

198 South MacArthur Drive, Camilla, Georgia 31730
Rating: 5.0
Peaceway Counseling and

Peaceway Counseling and

2405 Bemiss Road, Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Rating: 5.0
Behavioral Health Services of South GA

Behavioral Health Services of South GA

3120 North Oak Street Ext, Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Rating: 2.1
Redirect Counseling Services

Redirect Counseling Services

430 Connell Road, Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Rating: 3
Treatment Center of Valdosta

Treatment Center of Valdosta

2301 University Drive, Suite C, Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Rating: 4.2
Greenleaf Center

Greenleaf Center

2209 Pineview Drive, Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Rating: 4.5
Albany New Life/Courage 2 Change

Albany New Life/Courage 2 Change

201 N. Carroll Street, Albany, Georgia 31705
Rating: 3
GraceWay Recovery Residence for Women

GraceWay Recovery Residence for Women

412 West Tift Avenue, Albany, Georgia 31702
Rating: 5.0
Tifton Addiction Associates LLC

Tifton Addiction Associates LLC

2402 North Tift Avenue Suite 202, Tifton, Georgia 31794
Rating: 5.0
Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia

Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia

334 Tifton Eldorado Road, Tifton, Georgia 31794
Rating: 4.0
Anchorage Inc

Anchorage Inc

162 Hampton Lane, Leesburg, Georgia 31763
Rating: 3.0
Penfield Christian Homes Inc

Penfield Christian Homes Inc

15320 Highway 129, Alapaha, Georgia 31622
Rating: 4.0
Access Recovery Solutions LLC

Access Recovery Solutions LLC

277 Forest Park Circle, Panama City, Florida 32405
Rating: 3
Treatment Center of Panama City

Treatment Center of Panama City

2110 West 23rd Street, Panama City, Florida 32405
Rating: 3.7
Herring Houses of Dothan

Herring Houses of Dothan

101 North Herring Street, Dothan, Alabama 36303
Rating: 5.0
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare Inc

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare Inc

439 SW Michigan Street, Lake City, Florida 32025
Rating: 2.3
Bradford Health Services

Bradford Health Services

114 Adris Place, Dothan, Alabama 36303
Rating: 3
MedMark Treatment Centers Dothan

MedMark Treatment Centers Dothan

9283 U.S. Highway 84 West, Newton, Alabama 36352
Rating: 4.0
SpectraCare

SpectraCare

219 Dothan Road, Abbeville, Alabama 36310
Rating: 1.0
Bridging The Gap Recovery

Bridging The Gap Recovery

220 South Arnold Road, Panama City Beach, Florida 32413
Rating: 3
New Hope Recovery Center

New Hope Recovery Center

637 Ethel Street, Douglas, Georgia 31533
Rating: 4.8

Prescription Drug Abuse

Not everyone who abuses prescription drugs become addicts. However, those who do and develop a tolerance for the drug face the same risks as someone whose voluntary use of an illicit drug led to addiction. As such, it is helpful to be aware of some of the most commonly used chemical substances that can lead to dependence and addiction.

  • Codeine is an addictive substance that is used in various over the counter products. The misconception surrounding the use of products containing codeine is that they are safe because use restrictions are more relaxed. However, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration, codeine is a narcotic that can cause respiratory depression, nausea, confusion, constipation, sedation and even coma. Codeine also known as (3-methylmorphine) is most commonly found cough medicines.
  • Demerol is an opiate pain reliever with FDA approval for pre-operation sedation or to alleviate moderate to severe pain symptoms. Seizures, hallucinations, respiratory depression and heart palpations are all side effects that have been reported with use of this drug. Patients who become addicted to Demerol can experience dangerous withdrawal symptoms when use is halted such as depression and suicidal thoughts.
  • Hydrocodone is regularly prescribed by physicians to help patients manage pain. Use of this prescription drug has caused many people to become addicted and led to a number of overdose fatalities. This highly addictive drug is a component in over 200 products available to the public in the United States.
  • OxyContin is also a derivative of hydrocodone that has the potential to cause high tolerance levels in users. This drug has been shown to cause constipation, drowsiness and pulmonary complications.
  • Percocet is a time release medication and the generic name for acetaminophen and oxycodone. It is frequently prescribed to help manage pain from sports injuries because of the drug's ability to provide powerful short term relief. When abused however, Percocet can cause serious side effects and addiction.
  • Vicodin is another opiated-base drug that is commonly abused for its euphoric effects. Abuse of this drug can cause insomnia, sweating and muscle aches and pains. Signs of an overdose to this drug includes clammy skin, slow breathing and extreme fatigue. Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, confusion and coma.

About Programs

Drug addiction is a relapsing brain disease that can be overcome with systematic treatment, reeducation and behavioral therapy. The processes utilized by our facility includes psychological and biomedical evaluations that reviews the patients mental and physical health as well as other contributing factors to addiction such as environment, medical history and genetics among others. This information drive the development of a drug rehab program that is personalized for the patient.

Most programs begin with a medical detoxification. This process entails halting drug use and close attention to the ensuing withdrawal symptoms. A medical detox center for Drug Treatment Tallahassee are a closely monitored process that mitigate health risks that often manifest when habitual consumption of drugs is halted. Some prescription drugs are infamous for causing severe and even life-threatening symptoms of withdrawal.

If you or a loved one is having trouble finding a treatment center, call Drug Treatment Tallahassee today at (850) 254-8944 to find out about your options for treatment in Tallahassee.

About Tallahassee

Tallahassee is the capital of Florida and somewhat of an anomaly when compared to the typical Florida landscape. Unlike its oceanic, flat sister cities Tallahassee is depicted by moss draped oaks trees and rolling hills. Steeped in history, culture and education Tallahassee is a fusion of Southern charm, wild college parties and politics. Most people refer to Tallahassee as a college town because its student population exceeds 70,000 of its 186,411 residents.

It is home to Florida State University, which is considered to be one of the best public universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Florida A&M University, the nation's largest historically black university based on enrollment is also located there. It is also home to Tallahassee Community College. With an excessively large body of students it primarily serve as a feeder school to both Florida State University and Florida A&M University.

Upcoming Tallahassee AA & NA Meetings:

AA Meeting Address Day and Time Phone
LYNN HAVEN GROUP 810 GEORGIA AVE, Lynn Haven, FL 32444 Wed, 7:00 PM (850) 265-2051
First United Methodist Church 311 Ohio Avenue South, Live Oak, FL 32064 Tue, 7:00 PM (386) 362-2047
THE BRADFORDVILLE GROUP 6494 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32312 Mon, 6:15 PM (850) 893-0893
Saint James Episcopal Church 1100 West Green Street, Perry, FL 32347 Tue, 7:00 PM (850) 584-7636
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