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Hanover vs. Heroin: Not Just an Urban Problem – the Evening Sun

Hanover vs. heroin: Not just an urban problem – The Evening Sun

Hanover vs. heroin: Not just an urban problem
The Evening Sun
Users, however, build up a tolerance over time, and they have to use the drug just to avoid withdrawal symptoms. "You can die from alcohol withdrawal, and you can die from benzodiazepine withdrawal," he said. "You don't die from heroin withdrawal or

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South Jersey short on treatment sites for drug addicts – Press of Atlantic City

South Jersey short on treatment sites for drug addicts
Press of Atlantic City
Medicaid is accepted at relatively few facilities, and many insurance companies do not cover treatment because they deem opiate withdrawal “nonlife-threatening,” Manlandro said, whereas alcohol withdrawal is covered. Tonia Ahern, of the Cape May County …

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‘We’re all paying:’ Heroin spreads misery in US – The-News-Leader


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'We're all paying:' Heroin spreads misery in US
The-News-Leader
The worst was heroin. In 1997 he got sober, and in 1999 he joined Central City Concern, then a burgeoning outfit. Fitzgerald saw that the usual path for treating addiction wasn't working. Addicts were processed through detox for seven or eight days

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Clark County Coroner Tells Inmates on Heroin To Use Smaller Dose – WKEF ABC 22


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Clark County Coroner Tells Inmates on Heroin To Use Smaller Dose
WKEF ABC 22
"When you're in jail you detox," said Kelly. "The average stay in the Clark County jail is 40 days. "If they return to the streets and attempt to use the same amount of heroin as they did when they came into jail they are going to overdose and in many
New letter warns jail inmates of overdose risks after releaseDayton Daily News

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Types of detox – This video describes which kinds of substance detox you can do on your own and which you can’t. By that, i mean which ones need to be medically monitored in …


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