Coeur d Alene Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
Methamphetamine abuse is a serious problem in some parts of the country. Due to its association with illegal activities, law enforcement officials are often on the front lines of the fight against methamphetamine abuse. In Coeur d’Alene, ID, money that has been seized in drug cases is being used to combat the state’s methamphetamine problem. The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Department recently donated $40,000 to a state program called the Idaho Meth Project. The program uses a number of methods to address the issue of drug abuse, including community outreach, public service announcements and making changes to public policy.
Recognizing a Meth User
When someone is caught up in a lifestyle of substance abuse, they will not often seek help by themselves. Their loved ones are often the first to recognize the problem and try to help them. Meth abuse is accompanied by a number of observable symptoms and effects. To help recognize whether or not someone close to you in Coeur d’Alene may be abusing meth, some of its effects are both short-term and long-term:
- Short-term: aggressiveness, confusion, paranoia, convulsions, increased wakefulness and physical activity, higher than normal body temperature, and increases in the body’s normal functions, including increased heart rate and breathing
- Long-term: psychotic behaviors, agitation, disturbed moods, auditory hallucinations, violent behavior and delusions
The Possibility of Recovery: It’s Yours to Achieve
If you know someone who has a problem with drugs or alcohol, evidence-based treatment services can help them get back on track. To learn more about the types of drug rehab programs available, call now. Learn how professional care and support can assist your loved one on his or her journey toward a powerful new life.
Port Of Hope Family Treatment
218 N 23rd St
Coeur D Alene
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