(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 24, 2016 ) Miami, FL -- As reported by WTSP, Florida recently approved the controversial needle exchange program proposed by the University of Miami as a means of reducing the impact of heroin on South Florida communities. The program would allow heroin users to exchange their used needles for clean, unopened syringes in an attempt to counteract the raise of diseases transferred through sharing needles. The decision to approve the program was not without opposition: some challengers claim it will encourage drug abuse. In response to
Facilities offering Heroin rehab in Miami are at the heart of efforts to end substance abuse in South Florida. Among them is Miami Drug Rehab, a leader in heroin rehab in Miami, dedicated to bring relief to those in need. Because of their devotion, Miami Drug Rehab understands the benefits of the needle exchange program and supports the University of Miami's endeavors to reduce the public health crises of substance abuse and the spreading of disease.
A representative of Miami Drug Rehab comments:
"While it may be controversial, the needle exchange program enacted by the University of Miami has the potential to save lives. By providing people with untreated heroin abuse disorder reliably clean needles and educational material concerning treatment options, the University of Miami is making strides in addressing the current health crises and preventing future problems. Intravenous drug use comes with the added risk of diseases like Hepatitis and HIV due to needle sharing. This needle exchange, which has proven effective in other states, can help reduce that risk."
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Miami Drug Rehab goes beyond what is expected of a rehabilitation center by placing the individual needs of the client above all else. By providing comfortable, medically assisted detoxification as well as intensive therapy, Miami Drug Rehab focuses on uprooting the underlying causes of substance abuse in order to provide a foundation for a brighter future. Through holistic and traditional methods, the devoted and compassionate staff members of Miami Drug Rehab work tirelessly to bring relief to those in need. Beyond treatment, clients of Miami Drug Rehab have access to a full gym and spa as well as weekly events such as concerts, sporting events, and shows.
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