Club Drug Addiction Treatment
Women are at greatest risk for assault when their inhibitions and decision-making are at their lowest; when they’re taking drugs, around lots of people. What starts out as a simple high at a party can have severe repercussions as time goes on. Not only in the moment; while the immediate risks include assault or unwanted pregnancies for women, many club drugs are highly addictive and can have huge effects on the physical and mental health of abusers.
Different Types of Club Dugs
Common club drug names include:
Ketamine and GHB have been made legal in the U.S to cure sleep disorders and alleviate pain. Distribution of these substances is restricted solely for these purposes. On the other hand, Rohypnol and Ecstasy are not legal in the country. However, despite prohibitions, club drugs are more and more available on the streets and used by partygoers.
These drugs also hide in street names such as E, Clarity, Molly, Lover’s Speed, and Adam. These are all innocent names that are attributed to a string of deaths of young adults going to concerts and school parties.
A single tablet or capsule can lead to:
Where Do You Get Help?
Fortunately, Her House is there to get rid of these drugs in your system. We’ll walk with your journey to get yourself cleaned.
Her House is designed to help women who want to be cleaned from substance abuse and healed from a mental illness. We offer club drug addiction treatment that no other rehab centers can provide.
At Her House, you will be facilitated with the following:
- Ecstasy treatment. Our ecstasy addiction rehab center offers two objectives for our patients—to eliminate addiction and to guide them to re-structure their lives for a better future. We will assess your withdrawal symptoms and give you a personal program that would help you change bad habits.