Claremore, Oklahoma - Hospital Inpatient Drug Abuse Services
Hospital inpatient drug and alcohol rehab for drug or alcohol addiction is often needed for individuals in Claremore who have particular medical problems having to do with their dependency, such as with specific types of withdrawal or for individuals whose health is poor because of their addiction. Hospital inpatient drug rehab for drug or alcohol problems is often also needed for individuals in Claremore who have co-occurring mental health disorders and will need extensive rehab services which may not be available in a different treatment. Men and women who want to go through a medication assisted drug detox, which is sometimes the case with those who are addicted to opiates like heroin and prescription opioids, might also opt to acquire such treatment in a hospital inpatient drug detox center.
Parkside is a Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Program that can be found at:
1620 East 12th Street
Tulsa, OK. 74120
Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Detox, Hospital Inpatient Drug Abuse Services, Outpatient Drug Abuse Services, Dual-Diagnosis Treatment Services, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Categories: Drug Rehab - Self Payment, Drug Rehab - Medicaid, Drug Rehab - Medicare, State Financed Drug Rehab, Private Pay Health Insurance, Military Insurance (VA), Access To Recovery Voucher
- About 10% of a dose of PCP is removed by the kidneys, which would make increased urinary clearance ineffective.
- A Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.07-0.09 BAC can result in the following: Slight impairment of balance, speech, vision, reaction time, and hearing, euphoria, judgment and self-control are reduced; caution, reason and memory are impaired. .08 is legally impaired and it is illegal to drive at this level. The individual will probably believe that they are functioning better than they really are.
- Adolescents who display serious behavioral problems are approximately three times more likely to use alcohol than those with low levels of behavioral problems.
- Opiate addicted individuals commonly display severe mood swings and noticeable changes in behavior and attitudes.