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What is ketamine?

Ketamine is typically used as a medication for pain relief and anesthesia; however, a 300-599 mg dose of ketamine is often recreationally to induce psychedelic effects in users. Common in party scenes and nightclub scenes, ketamine can often cause users to feel that they’re in a trance or hallucinating. Some users even state out-of-body or… Read More

Substance Abuse and PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that occurs in some people after experiencing a terrifying, horrific, life-threatening event. Combat veterans are often victim to this mental illness, and may suffer from flashbacks and anxiety upon returning from war. Healing from PTSD can often be a long journey that requires a lot of… Read More

Substance Use and Suicide

Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. For individuals between 15-25 years old and 25-34 years old, suicide is the second leading cause of death. In 2014, 9.4 million adults 18 years or older thought seriously about trying to kill themselves in the past 12 months. Of this group, 2.7… Read More

The Risks of IV/Injection Drug Use

IV drug use commonly occurs in those who use opiates, sedatives, crack/cocaine, or methamphetamine. Opiate drug use has significantly increased over the last decade, and often, IV drug use begins because of opiate use. Intravenous drug use indicates high risk for viral infections, such as HIV or Hepatitis B & C. Unsafe injections commonly occur… Read More

How does detoxification work?

It seems counterintuitive to give drugs to people suffering from substance addiction, but this is often necessary to ensure the patient’s safety. Withdrawal symptoms can be so severe that it results in seizures, hyper-excitability, cessation of breathing, and sometimes death. Delirium tremens is said in the medical community to describe severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms that… Read More

South Bay connect Outpatient Treatment Center’s Dual Recovery Anonymous Group

12-step support group for individuals who are seeking support with mental health and substance abuse concerns. When Sundays 3:30 to 5:00 Where 916 North Western, Suite 205 San Pedro, CA 90732 Flyer for Print Dual Recovery Meeting

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