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Breaking the cycle of drug addiction is not easy. One of the main reasons individuals in Missouri continue to use drugs and alcohol, is to avoid the severe withdrawal symptoms that many of these drugs can cause. Withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to extremely severe depending on what drug you have been using. Finding Missouri Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities is a good first start to ending addiction and dealing with the withdrawal symptoms that can occur from ending drug or alcohol addiction. Alcohol Rehab and Drug Treatment Facilities in Missouri will have trained staff on hand to help you get through detoxification and withdrawal symptoms of whatever drug you are quitting. It is important to have professional individuals around to help an addict get through the withdrawal process. There are varied techniques that a Missouri Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Center may incorporate to ease the process of withdrawal.

Many people in Missouri that go through withdrawal will experience some common withdrawal symptoms that a majority of addicts experience while detoxing from drugs or alcohol. There are emotional withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, depression, insomnia and irritability that are common during withdrawal.

Common physical withdrawal symptoms that Missouri individuals may experience are:

  • Sweating
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (common in opiate withdrawal)
  • Muscle Tension
  • Accelerated Heart Rate

For people in Missouri coming off severe alcohol or tranquilizer addiction, dangerous withdrawal symptoms can occur. These may include:

  • Heart Attacks
  • Visual and Auditory Hallucinations
  • Violent Seizures
  • DT's (Delirium Tremens)

If you believe you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as these, it is important to contact a Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in Missouri that provides professional and/or medical help to oversee the withdrawal process.

Taking the first step to recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is the hardest step to take. Many of us cannot, or do not, want to make that first step alone. Call our toll-free number to speak with one of our Registered Addiction Counselors and let them help you find a Alcohol Treatment and Drug Rehab Facility in Missouri to assist in getting you through that first step.



Missouri Substance Abuse Services

The State of Missouri has a total of 216 Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health related treatment services.

  • 134 of these Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities in Missouri focus mainly on providing Substance Abuse Treatment.
  • 8 of these Alcohol Rehab and Drug Treatment Facilities in Missouri focus mainly on providing Mental Health services.
  • 72 of these Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Treatment Centers in Missouri focus mainly on providing both Mental Health and Substance Abuse services.
  • 2 of these Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Facilities in Missouri focus mainly on providing General Health services.
Missouri - Types of Substance Abuse Treatment Services
  • 47 treatment centers in Missouri provide Alcohol and/or Drug Detoxification services.
  • 10 treatment centers in Missouri provide Methadone Maintenance programs.
  • 9 treatment facilities in Missouri provide Methadone Detoxification programs.
  • There are 8 Halfway Houses in the state of Missouri.
  • 16 treatment programs in Missouri provide services for Buprenorphine (Suboxone).
  • 20 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Programs in Missouri provide services on an Outpatient basis.
  • 83 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Facilities in Missouri provide Partial hospitalization/Day treatment services.
  • 49 Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Facilities in Missouri provide Residential Short-Term Treatment (30 days or less).
  • 25 Alcohol Rehab and Drug Rehabilitation Facilities in Missouri provide Residential Long-Term Treatment (more than 30 days).
  • 10 facilities in Missouri provide Inpatient substance abuse treatment services in a hospital or medically monitored environment.
Missouri - Special Programs Treatment Services
  • 38 Alcohol Rehab and Drug Treatment Programs in Missouri offer special services for Adolescents.
  • 64 Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs in Missouri offer special services for persons with Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders.
  • 9 Alcohol Treatment and Drug Rehabilitation Facilities in Missouri offer special services for persons with HIV/AIDS.
  • 6 Drug Treatment and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Missouri offer special services for Gays and Lesbians.
  • 8 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Programs in Missouri offer special services for Seniors/Older Adults.
  • 16 Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Programs in Missouri offer special services for Pregnant/Postpartum Women.
  • 39 Drug Treatment and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs in Missouri offer special services for Women.
  • 11 Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Treatment Programs in Missouri offer special services providing Residential Beds for Clients' Children.
  • 26 Alcohol Treatment and Drug Rehab Centers in Missouri offer special service for Men.
  • 77 Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Rehab Facilities in Missouri offer special services for DUI/DWI offenders.
  • 58 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehabs in Missouri offer special services for Criminal Justice Clients.
Missouri - Special Language Treatment Services
  • 113 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Centers in Missouri provide Assistance for Hearing Impaired.
  • 8 Drug Treatment and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities in Missouri provide special language services for Spanish speaking clients.
  • 1 Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Center in Missouri provides special language services for Foreign Languages Other Than Spanish.
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