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Achieving Full Sobriety and Drug Independence from Early Rehabilitation to Support the Fight Against Prescription Drug Abuse

With much emphasis on fighting prescription drug abuse, encouraging drug dependent people to go under rehabilitation of dedicated treatment facilities, would greatly help the government and institutions with their campaigns in fighting the notorious social problem that is becoming endemic worldwide.

Malibu, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/19/2015 -- Recently, the White House has released its budget proposal for 2016 with aims on lowering the number of abuse on prescription drug that killed several American with opioid overdose. The budget released is expected to increase the funding of Center for Disease Control and Prevention programs, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, and also other institutions. Moreover, full sobriety and drug independence can also be achieved with early rehabilitation on recovery facilities.

Aside to the government's desire to fight the prescription drug abuse, a proposal to increase the funding for states was raised to help them expand their own monitoring programs in prescription drugs and support the use of naloxone by primary responders. Naloxone, which is traded under the name of Narcan is a pure opioid antagonist that reverse the effects of narcotic drugs that includes morphine, heroin and methadone. The reason for this initiative are the number of people dying as a result of a drug overdose which have hiked to more than 100 people every day while there are 6,700 were treated in emergency units.

With such urgency in raising abuse of prescription and illicit drugs as an immediate public health concern that should be resolved, it's not surprising that it was characterized as an epidemic in the United States by federal health officials. And with the rise in the number of prescription drugs as powerful pain relievers, there's a possibility that the Obama's budget proposal would likely to spend a hefty $4 trillion and would cut deficits by $1.8 trillion in the coming years.

In order to avoid many predicaments on prescription drugs that are overly used by some people, early signs and symptoms of drug dependency should be consulted right away on facilities that offer treatments and recovery programs like the sober living Arizona. Such facilities offer residential treatment, intensive outpatient and sober living with drug and alcohol treatment programs which provide interested people the options they want for a full recovery.

Since struggling with drug addiction is hard and doing it alone to recover would be difficult and is becoming impossible when dependency grew stronger. Relying on facilities like the Soba Recovery Center in Mesa helps a lot in the recuperation to get the total sobriety. Like any other recovery facilities, they offer a variety of programs for rehabilitation that is found suitable for most patients who are much willing to get rehabilitated. Their clinical staffs are keen on all the inclusive approach ensuring patients that their needs are addressed properly.

With much emphasis on fighting prescription drug abuse, encouraging drug dependent people to go under rehabilitation of dedicated treatment facilities, would greatly help the government and institutions with their campaigns in fighting the notorious social problem that is becoming endemic worldwide.

About Soba Recovery Center
At Soba, they are dedicated to helping their friends overcome the destruction of addiction and substance abuse. No one suffering from addiction planned it. No one wants to admit they really have a problem. Drugs and alcohol are many times the only solution we know. At Soba, with the help of their staff, they will help patients understand what seems so confusing right now. They will prepare a personalized plan for them to find the underlying causes of their addiction and ways to address it. Soba's program takes a holistic approach of different therapies with the most experienced and professional staff in the field of treatable psychological disorders designed to provide long-term care for individuals seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.

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Dimitry Vital
Soba Recovery Center
Telephone: 480-376-0750
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Web: http://sobamesa.com/

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