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Women’s Drug Treatment Program

Women’s Drug Treatment Program: Several Phases Detox is the first step at a women’s drug treatment program. Upon beginning your detox, you will first be tested to see which specific substances are presently in your system. The clinicians at the women’s detox also evaluate you for potential co-occurring disorders, also called dual diagnosis, such as . . . . Continue Reading


Dual Diagnosed Women

Dual Diagnosed Women Defined Dual diagnosis or comorbidity are both terms that are used in the medical profession that mean a person has two medical conditions occurring at the same time. Often, these terms are specifically used in the addictions field and mean that the patient has both a substance abuse or addiction issue and . . . . Continue Reading


Women’s Prescription Pill Addiction Treatment

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC), now that opioids are the most prescribed drug in America, prescription painkiller overdose is now the second leading cause of accidental death in the United States, killing more people than heroin and cocaine combined. Also among highly-prescribed prescription pills are the anti-anxiety drugs like . . . . Continue Reading


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