The Dangers of Prescription Drugs
Danger of prescription drugs
Prescription drugs, when used responsibly, can be very helpful to people. They help with a variety of health conditions, but when abused, they can cause serious adverse health effects and can lead to an addiction. Physicians usually play a role in making sure these medications are not abused by checking drug interactions and screening for past or current substance abuse. Providers of the drug also take note of rapid increase in the amount needed or frequent refills. Parents should also look for the signs of abuse as well.
At Seabrook, we treat withdrawal symptoms as well as treat the addiction. We have our main rehab facility in Bridgeton, New Jersey which is conveniently located near New York (NY), Pennsylvania (PA), Maryland (MD), Delaware (DE), Virginia (VA), Washington, DC, Connecticut (CT), Rhode Island (RI), and Massachusetts (MA). We have the programs designed for individual treatment and support to make sure your recovery is a complete one. We also offer extended care that is located in our transitional rehab facility in Tioga County, Pennsylvania (PA). Located just minutes away from Elmira/Corning New York Regional airport of a 4 hour drive from Philadelphia, by car. If you or a loved one has become addicted to
prescription drugs, let us help you make the recovery you deserve.