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Different drug addictions and substance abuse problems sometimes require unique forms of treatment. The more you know about these different types of addictions and their treatment, the better prepared you will be to receive help from a drug or alcohol rehab center. Read on to learn about all the different types of addiction treatment, including:

The rehab guides contained in this section will help inform you about all the different types of addiction treatment options at your disposal – including how to determine if you have an addiction to a certain drug, the various styles of rehab programs available for addiction to that drug, and what goes on inside these treatment facilities.

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Alcohol

Learn everything you need to know about the different types of treatment for alcohol addiction, and what to expect when you enter a rehab program.

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Ambien

Much like Valium in the 1970’s and 80’s, Ambien has become the drug of choice for those who find it difficult to sleep through the night. Ambien rehab helps those who have become addicted to the effects felts when fighting the drug in order to achieve a “high”.

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Ativan

Currently one of the most commonly abused drugs on college campuses, Ativan is a dangerous prescription medication when as a depressant, rather than to reduce anxiety as monitored by a physician.

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Cocaine

Although levels of cocaine abuse and addiction are down from those reached decades ago, countless men and women still stand to lose everything they hold dear as a result of their dependence on this addictive, expensive and potentially deadly stimulant.

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Crack

Crack cocaine remains the cheapest, most addictive form of the drug. Crack rehab is often the only way individuals can regain control of their lives after becoming addicted to smoking this dangerous drug.

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Crystal Meth

Cheap to manufacture and purchase, Crystal Meth has cut a swath through the United States. Getting someone into a Crystal Meth rehab is the best chance at allowing them to regain their health and psychological well-being.

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Drug Rehab Guide

From coast to coast across the United States, men and women of all ages are currently suffering from drug addiction and substance abuse problems.

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Ecstasy

Seen as a “party drug” by many, Ecstasy is in actuality a highly dangerous substance that claims many young lives each year. Learn how to spot the signs of Ecstasy abuse and addiction in loved ones.

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Guide to Valium Rehab

Still used by many individuals to help them sleep, Valium can be a dangerously addictive drug that may require professional drug rehab to help overcome. The predominant number of Valium addicts around the world are women.

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Heroin

Whether injected or smoked, heroin remains one of the most dangerous drugs in the world. Learn about how heroin rehab programs address the physical and psychological pull of this opiate drug.

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Klonopin

Klonopin is another prescription drug abused by teens and adolescents because of effects that are similar to alcohol. Klonopin remains a highly addictive drug that may require the services of a professional drug rehab center.

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Marijuana

Whether or not the drug is technically addictive, marijuana rehab programs help individuals through the withdrawal symptoms and psychological issues associated with trying to kick the habit of THC.

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Morphine

Once used around the world with regularity, morphine has become a kind of “niche drug” in the 21st century. Still, there are enough people currently at risk because of the drug that drug rehab centers must be able to treat morphine addiction.

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Opium

Although opiate-based drug abuse is common, the use of opium itself is less so. However, those who do abuse opium are putting themselves at risk for a number of serious health issues, including liver failure, heart disease and overdose.

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OxyContin

OxyContin rehab programs have been much more necessary in recent years, as men and women of all ages have “discovered” the powerful opiate effects of this prescription painkiller.

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Percocet

Percocet is a painkiller containing oxycodone, the same active ingredient found in OxyContin. Individuals with a Percocet addiction may turn to forging prescription or feigning illness in order to obtain more of the drug.

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Prescription Drugs

Find vital information about the fastest-growing addiction problem in the United States, including dependence on Vicodin, OxyContin and other potentially dangerous drugs.

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Vicodin

The commonly abused prescription drug in the United States, Vicodin is a powerful opiate. Abuse can quickly turn to Vicodin addiction as the individual develops a strong tolerance to the drug.

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Xanax

Prescribed by doctors to ease anxiety, Xanax is a commonly abused drug that is extremely addictive and can often lead to overdose if used in large enough quantities or mixed with other drugs.

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