Bismarck Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
More than 1,000 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs turned in at various locations across Bismarck, North Dakota were destroyed after a highly successful Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in 2012. Because keeping extra medications around the house can lead to a prescription drug abuse or addiction problem, government agencies in North Dakota frequently work together to create safe drop-off spots where people can bring their unwanted pills – no questions asked. The goal? To avoid having those pills fall into the wrong hands.
If someone in your family in Bismarck, ND is addicted to their prescription, detox and addiction can change their lives. Call now to speak to a counselor who can match your loved one to a program that specializes in prescription drug addiction treatment and help them avoid the risk of overdose starting today.
Risks of Keeping Unwanted Prescription Drugs
It’s not uncommon for someone to receive a prescription for a two-week supply or a month’s worth of painkillers after a routine dental procedure or surgery. But when the pills are only necessary for a few days, the leftovers often get stored in the medicine cabinet “just in case.” Unfortunately, someone may ultimately decide to use these pills to:
- Treat a minor ailment like a headache
- Get high
- Go to sleep
- Mix with alcohol or other substances
Frivolous use of these medications can lead to chronic prescription drug abuse and, ultimately, to dependency.
Is It Time to Seek Treatment?
No matter how prescription drug abuse starts, treatment can help to remedy the situation. Medical detox, effective treatment, extensive aftercare services – finding a comprehensive program that offers everything your loved one needs to get through the process of healing is key to success. Call to find the best rehab for them right now.
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