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At Drug Treatment Centers Dayton, their mission is to try their very best to rescue people from drug and alcohol addiction. The complexities of this disease mandate specific care protocols that are important to successfully treat drug addiction. The drug treatment centers adhere to these protocols that are aligned with entities such as Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Department of Children and Families Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program recommendations for best practices and treatment for substance abuse disorders. Dayton Drug Treatment Centers help people to overcome addiction, no matter what the drug of choice is. We can help you.

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Nearby Detox Centers
Community Behavioral Health Inc
Distance: 46.6 miles
820 South Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Community Behavioral Health Berkeley Square
Distance: 47.5 miles
100 Berkeley Drive
Access Hospital Dayton
Distance: 14.4 miles
2611 Wayne Ave

Local Rehab Reviews

Community Behavioral Health Inc
Has a total rating of 5 out of 5 stars where the latest review says: "I love Community Behavioral Health because the people there care about providing the best mental hea..."
Community Behavioral Health Berkeley Square
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Access Hospital Dayton
Has a total rating of 5 out of 5 stars where the latest review says: "I just want to say from all the negative comments on this place is really false! Yeah I seen a mice ..."

Common Drugs of Abuse

Chemical substances that people may use to experience altered states of being are defined as drugs of abuse. The list compiled by the National Institute on these drugs includes the following:

  1. Alcohol
  2. Cocaine
  3. Heroin
  4. Marijuana
  5. MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly)
  6. Methamphetamine
  7. Opiates prescribed by a medical doctor
  8. Steroids (Anabolic)
  9. Various synthetic materials manufactured and used as a drug such as synthetic marijuana or bath salts.

 

Treatment programs

To be truly effective, treatment programs for drug and alcohol dependency must be comprehensive enough to address the various nuances of addiction. However, putting aside all the complexities, the ultimate goal is to help individuals stop drug abuse and enable them to live a normal life. To this end, Drug Treatment Centers in Dayton take a very individualized approach to treatment.

The assessment tools utilized by treatment facilities include psychological and biomedical evaluations designed to provide a complete profile that includes social and medical history, current physical health, emotional makeup, past traumatic experiences, mental illness, genetics and their living and working environments. The foregoing information helps to determine the type of treatment that will be administered. This customized program undergoes continuous evaluation as treatment progresses.

 

Medical Detox

Taking the first step towards your recovery means getting rid of drugs from your physical body. The detoxification process provided by our experienced treatment team is a critical component of any drug rehab program. The purpose of medical oversight while detoxing is to alleviate the risks inherent in the cessation of drug use, as well as to alleviate any severe discomfort that may cause a relapse.

In some cases, the symptoms are severe enough to cause a heart attack, pulmonary complications, seizures or depression so severe it evokes the desire to commit suicide. The following is an example of deadly withdrawal symptoms of three different substances of abuse.

  • Alcohol withdrawals cause a serious condition called Delirium Tremens (DTs). These are a series of symptoms with extremely high fatality rates.
  • Dilaudid Withdrawal is associated with intense pain, vomiting, seizures and cardiac arrest.
  • Crystal Meth withdrawals cause severe depression, paranoia and the potential for suicide.

 

Treatment Programs

Drug treatment facilities provide inpatient residential rehab, outpatient programs, and partial hospitalization services. Residential Rehab involves living at the rehab treatment center for an average of 30 to 90 days. This is an intense treatment program in which board-certified team of addiction professionals works with clients to learn new coping skills, relapse mechanisms, as well as to plan an aftercare program with the sole purpose of achieving and maintaining term sobriety.

Drug Treatment Centers Dayton can help you find the perfect addiction treatment facility to meet all your needs-- call Drug Treatment Centers Dayton today at (937) 404-3035.

 

About Dayton, OH

With a population of over 140,000 people, Dayton is the sixth largest city in Ohio. Visitors can enjoy its many parks, museums, and cultural centers. The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton Art Institute, Carillon Historical Park and the National Aviation Hall of Fame are just some of the city's most popular attractions. With its many golf courses, parks and other recreational and entertainment sites, there is plenty to do in the "Gem city".

Upcoming Dayton AA & NA Meetings:

Meeting Day & Time Location
AA Sober Flyers Meeting Wed, 8:30 PM McGinnis Hall, University of Dayton 301 Lowes Street, Dayton, OH 45409
NA Droege House Sun, 10:00 AM Sick, Clean & Free Group Discussion/Participation 925 5th Avenue, Dayton, KY 41074
AA Washington Court House Reaching Hands Group Fri, 8:00 PM Church of God 610 Harrison Street` washington court, Washington Court House, OH 43160

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