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Lancaster, Ohio - Drug and Alcohol Detoxification

Detox services are a very critical first step when an individual in Lancaster is embarking on the road of recovery from addiction. Detox services work to help the person through any withdrawal symptoms which pop up when an individual all of a sudden stops using drugs, and in addition supply a safe and sane environment which can greatly decrease the risk of relapse. Due to the fact rates of relapse are extremely high when individuals try to detox themselves, people who really desire to overcome detox and quit using drugs once and for all should obtain the detox services that are offered throughout the Lancaster, OH. area to help them during this critical time. Although detox services have proven to be very effective in getting people abstinent and through withdrawal safely and smoothly, they are not rehab in itself. To properly overcome drug or alcohol addiction disorders once and for all it is important to follow up drug or alcohol detox services with in depth rehabilitation in a proven alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility.

Listings near Lancaster, Ohio:

  • Maryhaven Inc
    Maryhaven Inc is an Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Facility that can be found at:

    1791 Alum Creek Drive
    Columbus, OH. 43207
    (614) 445-8131

    Treatment Services: Drug Rehabilitation Programs, Drug and Alcohol Detoxification, Methadone Cessation and Detox, Outpatient Drug Rehabilitation Services, Residential Short Term Drug Rehab Services, Residential Long Term Drug Rehab Services, Addiction Treatment For Teenagers, Drug Rehabs For Older Adults, Drug Treatment For Pregnant Women, Women Drug Rehabs, Drug Rehabs With Beds For Children, Drug Rehabs For DUI/DWI Offenders, Drug Rehabs For Criminal Justice Clients, Drug Rehabs For Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Categories: Self Pay Drug Rehabs, People With Medicaid, Private Pay Health Insurance, Sliding Scale Costs, Facility Payment Assistance
  • Ohio State University Medical Center
    Ohio State University Medical Center is a Drug and Alcohol Recovery Center that can be found at:

    1492 East Broad Street
    Columbus, OH. 43205
    (614) 257-3760

    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Services, Drug and Alcohol Detoxification, Methadone Cessation and Detox, Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Services, Outpatient Drug Rehabilitation Services, Partial Hospitalization Drug Treatment, Residential Short Term Drug Rehab Services, Addiction Treatment For Teenagers, Women Drug Rehabs, Drug Rehabs For Hearing Impaired Clients
    Payment Categories: Self Pay Drug Rehabs, People With Medicaid, People With Medicare, Private Pay Health Insurance, Military Insurance, Sliding Scale Costs
  • Woods at Parkside
    Woods at Parkside is an Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Facility that can be found at:

    349 Olde Ridenour Road
    Columbus, OH. 43230
    (614) 471-2552

    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Services, Drug and Alcohol Detoxification, Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Services, Outpatient Drug Rehabilitation Services, Partial Hospitalization Drug Treatment, Residential Short Term Drug Rehab Services, Residential Long Term Drug Rehab Services, Dual Diagnosis Treatment
    Payment Categories: Self Pay Drug Rehabs, People With Medicare, Private Pay Health Insurance, Military Insurance
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Drug Facts
  • Common Dilaudid withdrawal symptoms are reported to occur four to five hours after the last dose.
  • Past-month use of illicit drugs among adolescents is reported by about 2 percent of youth with low behavioral problem scores, by 4 percent of those with intermediate problem scores, and by 13 percent of those with significant behavioral problems.
  • Females who misuse and abuse alcohol are at increased risk for damage to the heart muscle than men, even for women drinking at lower levels.
  • The number of adults aged 50 or older in the nation with past year substance use problems is projected to more than double from 2.8 million in 2006 to 5.7 million in 2020.