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Prescription stimulant medications were once prescribed for a variety of medical issues: obesity, neurological issues, asthma and other problems. It was quickly apparent, however, that prescription stimulants had a high rate of abuse, and now they are only distributed for a few very specific disorders like narcolepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

If you are fighting a dependence upon Adderall, Ritalin, Dexedrine or other stimulant drugs, help is available. Learn more about your options for drug rehab outside of San Antonio, Texas. We can help you understand what’s available and how to choose the right program for you or your San Antonio loved one. Call now.

Parents, Kids, ADHD and Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription stimulants are often prescribed to kids under the age of 18 because they process the drug differently than adults. Children who take specific stimulant medications will often experience a sedative effect and be more subdued and focused; however, adults who take the same drug will have an increase in energy and alertness as well as experience a high.

In recent years, more and more parents have sought help for stimulant addiction, saying that they started, supplemented or maintained their dependence by using their child’s medication. Some took pills from their child’s prescription; others claimed that their child had symptoms that required a higher dose so their child’s doctor would prescribe enough for them to use. Still others filled emergency prescriptions and took their child to multiple doctors in order to get multiple prescriptions.

Too often, the result of these actions is a full-blown addiction as well as health issues that include cardiovascular events like arrhythmia or heart attack, leaving parents struggling to care for their kids and in need of addiction treatment.

Stimulant Drug Dependence Can Be Treated with Long-Term Drug Rehab

If you or someone you care about in San Antonio, TX is struggling with prescription stimulant addiction, contact us at the phone number above today. We are here 24/7 to help.

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Alamo City Treatment Services

12042 Blanco Rd # 101

San Antonio TX, 78216-2440
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Alcoholics Anonymous

8804 Tradeway St

San Antonio TX, 78217-6115
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Alpha-Omega In-Home Counseling

4203 Woodcock Dr # 265

San Antonio TX, 78228-1312
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Laurel Ridge Treatment Center

17720 Corporate Woods Dr

San Antonio TX, 78259-3500
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Methodist Healthcare System

8109 Fredericksburg Rd

San Antonio TX, 78229-3311
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Oficina Intergrupal Hispana

3814 S Flores St # A

San Antonio TX, 78214-1020
(210) 533-9770 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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Palmer Drug Abuse Program

10226 Ironside Dr

San Antonio TX, 78230-3253
(210) 697-9766 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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River City Rehabilitation Center

680 Stonewall St

San Antonio TX, 78214-1908
(210) 924-7547 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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San Antonio Council-Alcohol

7500 W US Highway 90

San Antonio TX, 78227-4030
(210) 225-4741 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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Teen Challenge San Antonio

3850 S Loop 1604 W # 1

San Antonio TX, 78264-3418
(210) 624-2075 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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Volunteers Of America Texas

6487 Whitby Rd

San Antonio TX, 78240-2131
(210) 558-0731 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>

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