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Partial hospitalization & day treatment in Georgia


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Drug Facts


  • The 2013 World Drug Report reported that Afghanistan is the leading producer and cultivator of opium worldwide, manufacturing 74 percent of illicit opiates. Mexico, however, is the leading supplier to the United States.
  • Oxycontin has risen by over 80% within three years.
  • Methamphetamine and amphetamine were both originally used in nasal decongestants and in bronchial inhalers.
  • Benzodiazepines like Ativan are found in nearly 50% of all suicide attempts.
  • Excessive use of alcohol can lead to sexual impotence.
  • Ritalin comes in small pills, about the size and shape of aspirin tablets, with the word 'Ciba' (the manufacturer's name) stamped on it.
  • The act in 1914 prohibited the import of coca leaves and Cocaine, except for pharmaceutical purposes.
  • Over 2.3 million adolescents were reported to be abusing prescription stimulant such as Ritalin.
  • From 1992 to 2003, teen abuse of prescription drugs jumped 212 percent nationally, nearly three times the increase of misuse among other adults.
  • Out of all the benzodiazepine emergency room visits 78% of individuals are using other substances.
  • 90% of people are exposed to illegal substance before the age of 18.
  • Medical consequences of chronic heroin injection abuse include scarred and/or collapsed veins, bacterial infections of the blood vessels and heart valves, abscesses (boils) and other soft-tissue infections, and liver or kidney disease.
  • Methamphetamine blocks dopamine re-uptake, methamphetamine also increases the release of dopamine, leading to much higher concentrations in the synapse, which can be toxic to nerve terminals.
  • Barbiturates have been use in the past to treat a variety of symptoms from insomnia and dementia to neonatal jaundice
  • Heroin is manufactured from opium poppies cultivated in four primary source areas: South America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, and Mexico.
  • Each year Alcohol use results in nearly 2,000 college student's deaths.
  • Bath Salts cause brain swelling, delirium, seizures, liver failure and heart attacks.
  • Rates of K2 Spice use have risen by 80% within a single year.
  • Meth has a high potential for abuse and may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence.
  • More than9 in 10people who used heroin also used at least one other drug.

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