(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 10, 2016 ) West Palm Beach, FL -- CNN reports that Prince's official autopsy report determined his cause of death was a lethal overdose of the powerful opioid painkiller - Fentanyl. Prince was found dead in an elevator on his property on April 21 only days after his plane made an emergency landing due to the singer's illness. Allegedly Prince received life saving overdose reversal medication during that incident. Some assumptions point to an alleged opiate addiction which began with his hip injury. Fentanyl abuse has become a major problem
Facilities providing Heroin rehab in West Palm Beach understand the dangers of Fentanyl abuse, especially when combined with heroin. West Palm Beach Drug Rehab, one such facility, urges Americans everywhere to recognize those dangers and learn more about the dangers of Fentanyl and other forms of substance abuse.
A representative of West Palm Beach Drug Rehab comments:
"When tragedies caused by substance abuse occur, such as the passing of Prince, we must take this time to truly understand what addiction is. The disease of substance abuse can affect anyone and everyone, no matter what their social status, wealth, or other distinctions are. We must end the stereotypes and stigmas regarding addiction if we hope to end this epidemic."
About West Palm Beach Drug Rehab 33411:
West Palm Beach Drug Rehab provides 24 hour medical monitoring and intensive group therapy sessions beginning as early as the detox phase of treatment. In addition, extensive life coaching services designed to help people in recovery get back on their feet after treatment teach budgeting and money management skills, job training and interview preparedness, as well enhance one's communication skills. The entire staff of West Palm Beach Drug Rehab is dedicated to the full recovery of each and every client. Because of this devotion to each client, West Palm Beach Drug Rehab employs individualized treatment plans which involve both traditional and holistic methods.
For more information about West Palm Beach Drug Rehab visit http://westpalmbeachdrugrehab.org/ or call (561)513-5749.
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