Chapel Hill Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
In the state of North Carolina, prescription drug overdoses have become the second-leading cause of death. Only car crashes kill more North Carolina residents than prescription medications. In the last 10 years, there has been a 400-percent increase in hospital admissions for the abuse of these medications in North Carolina towns like Chapel Hill. This situation led North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper to state that prescription drug abuse has reached epidemic proportions. His hope is that the medical community can work harder to prevent future prescription drug overdoses.
Is Your Loved One Addicted to His Prescription?
Many individuals who abuse prescription medications do so believing that the pills are somehow safer than streets drugs like heroin or methamphetamine. But far from being safe, the abuse of these medications is quite dangerous. Family members can help prevent tragedies such as overdose caused by prescription drugs when they recognize the warning signs of prescription drug abuse:
- Taking more pills than the doctor prescribed
- “Losing” prescriptions or medications and needing replacements
- Seeing more than one doctor for multiple prescriptions for similar medications
- Forging prescriptions, or stealing, buying or selling prescriptions
- Abnormal personality changes or strange, abrupt behavior changes
- Extreme changes in sleeping or eating habits
- Risky choices or making unwise or unsafe decisions
Intensive Treatment Is the Best Option
If you suspect that someone you love in Chapel Hill is abusing prescription drugs or any other substance, treatment options are available to help them become drug-free. Call this number today to learn more about the steps to recovery and getting your loved the assistance they need. Our admissions coordinator can assist you in finding the best possible drug rehab program for your loved one.
104 New Stateside Dr
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