(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 05, 2016 ) Nashville, TN -- As reported by BBC News, Prince's cause of death has officially been determined to be an overdose of opiate pain killers. It has been reported since Prince's death on April 21st that the legendary singer was treated for an apparent overdose aboard his private plane just days before his death. Allegedly he was scheduled to see an addiction specialist within the week, however he died before that meeting. People close to the star said he began using powerful painkillers following a serious hip injury; his death
Drug Rehab Nashville, a national provider of Drug counseling in Nashville, expresses its condolences to the family, friends, and fans of the late pop icon. While facilities like Drug Rehab Nashville across the country work tirelessly to prevent such tragedies, Prince's passing and the subsequent autopsy findings highlight the fact that addiction and overdose can happen to anyone.
A representative of Drug Rehab Nashville comments:
"With Prince's passing, we lost a truly talented spirit and a wonderful man. However, one good thing did come of this loss: we as a country are speaking more openly about prescription drug abuse and its effects on not only an individual, but a community. Tragically, this loss was preventable, but we can all work to protect each other and our communities by taking this opportunity to reach out to those in our lives who may be struggling with a similar substance abuse disorder. There is always hope, and support makes the recovery journey a smoother process. It's never too late."
About Drug Rehab Nashville 37208 :
As a national provider of addiction treatment in Nashville, Drug Rehab Nashville treats clients from all areas of the United States. Because of the compassionate approach and personalized treatment programs, Drug Rehab Nashville strives to ensure long-term sobriety and healing. Medically assisted detox with group dynamic therapy, individual sessions, and other therapy options marry perfectly with holistic healing options such as meditation, reiki, yoga, and acupuncture to promote healing of the mind, body, and spirit. Clients also have access to a full gym, spa, and salon services. Weekly outings, movie nights, and other fun activities help to differentiate Drug Rehab Nashville from the typical expectations of a rehabilitation facility.
For more information, visit drugrehabnashville.org or call (615) 348-5866.
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