(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 04, 2016 ) Boston, MA -- According to Boston, public access to the overdose reversal drug, Naloxone, has recently received criticism from opponents who claim public access to the emergency medication actually promotes dangerous drug abuse. Critics claim easy access to Naloxone allows people to push greater limits in attempts to get as high as possible due to the "safety net" of being able to reverse symptoms of overdose. Supporters of public access to Naloxone point out that people are unlikely to use Naloxone unless necessary. As an
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is intimately aware to the public health and safety benefits of Naloxone. With nearly 80 people dying of overdose each day, any and all tools we have to save lives are invaluable. As a Heroin rehab in Boston, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston can attest to the second chance at life Naloxone has provided to thousands of people across the country.
A representative of Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston comments:
"On average, 78 people die of overdose in the United States each day. When Naloxone is available and administered in a timely manner, people suffering from overdose symptoms gain a second chance at life and the chance to receive the addiction recovery services they need. Addiction is a symptom of a much deeper issues that need to be addressed, no one should have to die because they have not received the necessary care. With family members and friends often the first on the scene, public access to Naloxone can save many more lives than it already has."
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Serving the Boston area and clients from all 5o states, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is dedicated to bring relief to those in need. Through personalized traditional and holistic therapy and treatment options, the staff at Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston work diligently to address the individual needs of each client. To assist with healing of the mind, body, and soul, clients also have access to a full gym, spa and salon services, nutritious meals, and entertainment options that include weekly outings. Upon completion of the rehabilitation program, clients receive assistance developing aftercare plans and full access to relapse prevention services.
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