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Are alcohol and drugs taking over your life? Then let Mesquite alcohol and drug rehab give you back your life. We will help you break the habit that is destroying your life. Learn how to lead a healthier lifestyle and how to make better choices with the help of our trained medical staff. They will offer support and empathy during this transition in your life.
Quality addiction treatment doesn’t have to break the bank. Mesquite alcohol and drug rehab accepts private insurance. Our admission counselors will verify your insurance to make sure that you receive the maximum benefits from your insurance. They will do the work so that you don't have to. All you need to do is call.
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If someone is in need of prescription drug detox, please call Affordable Rehab of Mesquite at call (512) 501-1514. Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. GET HELP NOW!
Over the last few years, prescription drug abuse has escalated dramatically. With easy access through the internet, more people than ever are able to purchase these addictive medications with little or no scrutiny. Secondly, more and more pain clinics have opened their doors, creating another venue for people to access medication for pain. Before going any further, let us state that the majority of people addicted to prescription medications, started to abuse these medications after a legitimate prescription was written for them by their physician. The prescription may have been written because due chronic pain, auto or sports injury, surgery or to relax strained muscles.
Oxycodone (OxyContin) is a common prescription drug that is used recreationally. Vicodin also falls into this category. Symptoms associated with Opioid abuse include:
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