BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (PRWEB) May 17, 2014
Drug and alcohol abuse is a public health epidemic in the United States and it’s affecting teens in the Dayton area. Among teens in Dayton, alcohol is the most widely abused drug in all grade levels and marijuana is the second highest drug of choice. There has also been a steady increase of MDMA (ecstasy) and synthetic marijuana.
According to the 2012 National Survey of Drug Use and Health, about half of teens ages 12-17 found it easy to obtain marijuana. Also, adults 21 or older who had their first drink at age 14 or younger were 7 times more likely to have an alcohol dependence than adults who had their first drink at the age of 21.
But teens in the Dayton area who are struggling with drug and alcohol abuse can now receive abstinence-focused treatment at Ohio Teen Rehab-Beavercreek. As a top-rated facility, teens can receive evidenced-based treatment from board-certified medical staff, nurses, and licensed therapists.
Programs and services include a safe 24-hour supervised drug and alcohol detox, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), stress management, individual, group, and family therapy, academic support and life skills training.
Ohio Teen Rehab is an accredited facility by the Joint Commission. They provide treatment for Beavercreek teens, ages 14-17 who are struggling with substance abuse, behavioral and/or mental health disorders. For more information, please contact Ohio Teen Rehab at 937-340-4600 and visit http://beavercreek.ohioteenrehab.com.