Rehab Near Me Offers Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab for College Students

March 23, 2020
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Rehab Near Me, based in Miami, Florida, has announced that they offer inpatient drug and alcohol rehab for college students. College students are particularly susceptible to drug or alcohol addiction because of college social life more than likely involves alcohol. Binge drinking is a common practice in college and students may associate this with the positive experience of gaining new friends and having less anxiety. College parties are also common and some students may be tempted to try dangerous drugs. This is why Rehab Near Me offers inpatient rehab services designed for students. More about this can be gleaned from their website at

James Thomas, a representative for Rehab Near Me, says, “The negative effects of excessive drinking are as serious as they are widespread. It not only affects college students, it affects the rest of the population, as there is currently an opioid crisis affecting the US. However, statistics involving college students are very important because they are most likely to abuse illicit substances as they enter adulthood. Dealing with these problems earlier can help prevent the opioid epidemic from worsening. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, more than 690,000 college students between the ages of 18 to 24 are assaulted by another student who has been drinking. 599,000 receive unintentional injuries while under the influence of alcohol.”

Substance abuse is dangerous at various levels because it affects an individual physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, financially, and even spiritually. It is therefore important to be aware of signs of substance abuse in college students. In this way, a solution may be provider earlier, before the problem becomes worse. It is also important to remember that the signs and symptoms will vary depending on the substance being abused. And every person reacts differently, which is why drug addiction treatment has to be personalized. Nevertheless, there are common psychological patterns that parents and families can look at, particularly among those who are consistently engaging in substance abuse. There are usually noticeable dramatic changes in behavior that are indicative that something is wrong. Those who want to learn more about the inpatient rehab programs can take a look at the videos at

College students are exposed to the possibility of becoming addicted to drugs or alcohol because the party culture is pervasive in many colleges and universities. Students tend to join such parties because not only will these make them feel like they belong, it also decreases the stress and pressure of college life.

Alcoholism or alcohol addiction is compulsive alcohol-seeking behavior where the individual has a craving for alcohol and cannot stop drinking even when it already causes extreme social and personal harm. Physical signs of alcoholism include loss of memory, loss of appetite, and loss of libido.

Inpatient programs for alcoholism are designed to keep the patients away from their current environment so that they may stay away from stressors and temptations. These programs usually last for 30 days but can be extended depending on the treatment strategy.

Another problem with drinking alcoholic beverages is that drugs and alcohol are often taken together, especially during parties. This is more dangerous because alcohol mixed with certain drugs like benzodiazepines and painkillers can be fatal.

For drug addiction, there are various inpatient rehab programs offered at Rehab Near Me. There are 30 day, 60 day, and 90 day rehab programs, and there are also specific rehab programs for certain prescription drugs like fentanyl, oxymorphone, and hydrocodone. The 30-day drug rehab programs are often used as a starting point for individuals who are struggling with an addiction. This is a good start because people suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction are often reluctant to make a long term commitment. Nevertheless, 30 days is long enough for them to start adjusting to a sober lifestyle. And because they are able to think more clearly, they may opt for the longer rehab programs later on.

People who are interested in learning more about the inpatient rehab services can check out the Rehab Near Me website, or contact them through the telephone or via email. To learn about the location and other information about Rehab Near Me, they can also check out their Google Maps page at

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