Youngstown Rehab & Addiction Treatment Center
Drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t just negatively impact you, your family, friends, and career, it also threatens your life. Long-term drug and alcohol use can lead to a rash of health problems and complications, and the possibility of overdosing is a very real risk you take with every hit or every drink. Fortunately for you and your loved ones, help is available, and Youngstown rehab can give you back your life.
With a complementary selection of treatment programs and therapies, Beachside Rehab can give you the opportunity to get sober, the ability to stay clean, and the resources and skills to rebuild your life, your relationships, and everything else that addiction has taken from you.
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A Youngstown Addiction Treatment Facility that Provides Everything You Need to Get Clean
Inpatient rehab: Detox happens at the beginning of your inpatient Youngstown drug rehab, and once detox is over and the symptoms of withdrawal have started to fade, the rehabilitation really begins. During this time, you’ll have daily therapy sessions, regular group meetings, delicious meals, and fitness options at Beachside’s luxurious facility, plus a whole host of activities to keep you busy during your stay, including beach trips, kayaking excursions, barbecues, and other special events.
Outpatient programs: For some patients, outpatient rehab is also an excellent recovery option that doesn’t involve a stay in our inpatient facility. Outpatient rehab still involves detox, therapy, and counseling, and it can also be used by patients following inpatient rehab.
Life-Threatening Consequences of Addiction and Drug Use
- Psychotic behavior and seizures can both be caused by opioids, cocaine, and methamphetamines.
- Brain damage, life-threatening dehydration, seizures, and severe electrolyte imbalance are all possible from extended ecstasy use.
- Seizures and coma can happen after high doses of GHB.
- HIV can be contracted through intravenous drug use.
- Suicide is much more common among drug addicts than non-addicts.
- Mental illnesses such as depression and schizophrenia can be triggered by drug in some individuals under certain circumstances.
A Wide Range of Therapies to Meet a Wide Range of Needs
It’s important to remember that your family isn’t trying to nag you and they’re not trying to stop you from making your own decisions; rather, they care about you, and want you to live a long, happy, and healthy life. With the help of a Youngstown alcohol rehab and drug treatment facility, you can give your family what they want and give yourself the life you deserve, which is one where you’re in control and in charge of your own life and your own future.
Learn more about Beachside and our locations, including Akron rehab treatment centers, by contacting us today.
300 S. 6th St Fort Pierce, FL, 34950
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