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11.11.2018 | Haley Carroll

Celebrities such as former New York Giant Deon Grant and musician Lil' Mama helped distribute free turkeys for the Thanksgiving holiday at our Unity Plaza Community Center in Brooklyn. Grand St. Settlement partnered with The Grant Foundation, NorthStar Charities, Man Up!, and Meda Leacock to give… Read More ».

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Colorado Sober Living and Suboxone, Adderall etc

7.7.2018 | Morgan Mason

Many prospective clients call NorthStar to inquire if we will accept them into our Boulder drug & alcohol treatment program if they are being prescribed prescription meds such as Suboxone, Klonopin or Adderall. Many other client who were prescribed these meds in primary addiction treatment wonder if.

There is nothing inherently “wrong” with this as long as the client is not drug seeking while in treatment and as long as the psychiatrist who is prescribing the medications is well versed in dealing with drug seeking clients and addiction. First, many clients are put on or continued on drugs such as Suboxone, Adderall and Klonopin while they are in primary drug & alcohol treatment.

Many other client who were prescribed these meds in primary addiction treatment wonder if they are truly “sober” when their peers at twelve step meetings question their sobriety if they are taking prescription medications.

What is an overdose?

4.4.2018 | Evan Carey
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And other downers such as alcohol and benzodiazepines (like Xanax, Klonopin, Valium, Ativan, etc.) are a particularly dangerous combo, since they all affect the body's central nervous system, which slows breathing, blood pressure, and heart rate, and in turn reduces body temperature. In a stimulant overdose drugs like.

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This oxygen starvation eventually stops other vital organs like the heart, then the brain. People can overdose on lots of things, including alcohol, Tylenol, opioids or a mixture of drugs. This leads to unconsciousness, coma, and then death. Fortunay, this process is rarely instantaneous; people slowly stop breathing which usually happens minutes to hours after the drug was used. This happens because opioids fit into specific receptors that also affect the drive to breathe. Opioid overdoses happen when there are so many opioids or a combination of opioids and other drugs in the body that the victim is not responsive to stimulation and/or breathing is inadequate. While people have been “found dead with a needle in their arm,” more often there is time to intervene between when an overdose starts and before a victim dies. Graphics: Maya Doe-Simkins. With opioid overdoses, surviving or dying wholly depends on breathing and oxygen. Within 3-5 minutes without oxygen, brain damage starts to occur, soon followed by death. If someone can not breathe or is not breathing enough, the oxygen levels in the blood decrease and the lips and fingers turn blue- this is called cyanosis.

In a stimulant overdose drugs like speed, cocaine, and ecstasy raise the heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature, and speed up breathing. This can lead to a seizure, stroke, heart attack or death.

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Overdose (OD) happens when a toxic amount of a drug, or combination of drugs overwhelms the body.

Heroin, prescription opioids (like Oxycontin, Fentanyl, Morphine, Vicodin, Percocet, etc.) and other downers such as alcohol and benzodiazepines (like Xanax, Klonopin, Valium, Ativan, etc.) are a particularly dangerous combo, since they all affect the body’s central nervous system, which slows breathing, blood pressure, and heart rate, and in turn reduces body temperature.

Texas Statistics

12.12.2018 | Evan Carey
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This database provides the number of admissions for drug treatment by substance for all public rehabilitation programs. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations prevent the release of the number of individuals admitted to substance abuse treatment if that number is less than.

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An asterisk (*) indicates suppressed data. Data for the seven counties surrounding Dallas are limited due to the pilot NorthSTAR project. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations prevent the release of the number of individuals admitted to substance abuse treatment if that number is less than 10 at the county level. This database provides the number of admissions for drug treatment by substance for all public rehabilitation programs.

This database provides the number of admissions for drug treatment by substance for all public rehabilitation programs. An asterisk (*) indicates suppressed data. Data for the seven counties surrounding Dallas are limited due to the pilot NorthSTAR project. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations prevent the release of the number of individuals admitted to substance abuse treatment if that number is less than 10 at the county level.

Summary: Number of admissions for drug treatment by substance for all public rehabilitation programs.

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Series Begins/Ends: 2003 - 2015.

Data Source: Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

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Northstar Psychological Services Inc in Alpharetta, GA

6.6.2018 | Ashley Baldwin
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Northstar Psychological Services Inc in Alpharetta, GA is a Drug & Alcohol Addiction Detox Facility, Drug & Alcohol Detox Center.

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