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    Restore Health and Wellness Center

    Restore Health and Wellness Center is an addiction rehab facility located in California where patients receive a multi-disciplinary approach to addiction treatment. Men and women struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders receive comprehensive treatment from certified addiction treatment specialists, psychiatrists, licensed therapists, coaches and interventionists.

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    New Life Addiction Treatment Center

    Located in Palm City, Florida, New Life Addiction Treatment Center has been dedicated to helping men and women struggling with substance abuse and addiction for over 20 years. It is one of the few rehab centers in the country that is owned and operated by a medical doctor. Jose R. Toledo, M.D. Comprehensive rehabilitation programs that provide a full continuum of care are provided by qualified addiction treatment specialists.

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    Inspirations USA

    Inspirations USA is an addiction treatment center located in Las Vegas, Nevada that provides a comprehensive approach to substance abuse recovery. A combination of evidence-based therapies with recreational activities and nutritional coaches are implemented to improve the minds and bodies of residents in order to give them the best chance at long-lasting recovery.

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    Most Commonly Abused Drugs

    Addiction is a dangerous disease that affects the lives of millions of Americans. Although abusing any drug can lead to health problems, some drugs are more commonly abused than others. Alcohol, marijuana, heroin, prescription painkillers and cocaine are among some of the most abused substances in the U.S. If you are struggling with addiction, there is hope. Get the treatment you need today.

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    Heroin Addiction

    Heroin is a highly addictive illegal substance that is abused by millions of people in the United States every year. Causing a feeling of euphoria as it is injected, many users turn to this drug once they have become addicted to opioid painkillers like oxycodone and hydrocodone. As a cheaper and more easily accessible street drug, heroin use and overdose incidents have increased dramatically.


    Approximately 23% of those who use heroin will develop an opioid addiction.

    Overdose Deaths

    According to the CDC, 10,574 people died due to a heroin-related overdose.


    Four out of five people who use heroin for the first time, start by abusing prescription painkillers.

    Cocaine Addiction

    Often used for recreational purposes or as a “party drug”, cocaine abuse can cause severe and detrimental health effects. Heavy use and dependence can lead to psychological withdrawal symptoms such as paranoia, depression, agitation and anxiety.

    3.5 Times More

    According to data published by the DEA, in 2014, the number of cocaine users outnumbered heroin users by about 3.5 times.

    1.5 Million

    The National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that in 2014, approximately 1.5 milion people used the drug during the month.

    Overdose Deaths

    Cocaine overdoses were responsible for the deaths of over 5,000 Americans in 2014, according to the The National Center for Health Statistics.

    Painkillers Addiction

    Prescription painkillers such as oxycodone, hydrocodone and fentanyl are highly addictive and abused by millions of Americans every year. Whether addiction came about as a result of chronic pain management or intentional abuse, painkiller dependence requires treatment from certified rehab center.

    259 million

    According to the CDC, 259 million prescriptions were written for opioids in 2012. This number is 4 times the amount that it was in 1999.

    Women vs. Men

    Reports show that women are more likely to experience chronic pain, and therefore, are more likely you use prescription opiates than men. Prescription painkiller overdose deaths increased by more than 400% among women from 1999-2010.

    Overdoes Deaths

    Since 1999, prescription opioid deaths caused by drugs such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl have quadrupled.

    Marijuana Addiction

    As marijuana laws continue to change all over the country, more and more people are gaining access to the drug. Despite beliefs that marijuana is not harmful, it been shown to cause acute psychological dependence in long-time users.

    About 1 in 5

    The annual Monitoring the Future National Survey revealed that in 2015, approximately 22% of seniors in high school used marijuana, and 6 percent used it on a daily basis.

    Psychological Effects

    Studies have revealed that long-term marijuana use can have negative cognitive effects, causing the, lowering of IQ and memory retention.

    4 to 7 times

    Those who begin using marijuana before the age of 18 are at a much higher risk of developing a problem with abuse later on.

    Alcohol Addiction

    As a central nervous system depressant, alcohol affects mental and physical body functions. After repeated abuse, the body becomes tolerant to the effects of the drug, requiring more to achieve the original feelings of euphoria. Alcoholism can have serious detrimental health effects.

    16.3 Million Adults

    In 2014, approximately 10.6 million men and 5.7 million women had an Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD).

    13.8 % Underage Drinkers

    The 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that about 5.3 million people ages 12-20 partook in binge drinking.

    Only 1.5 Million

    Of the millions of American adults who suffer from an AUD, only approximately 9 percent of those who needed treatment sought it in 2014.

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