Drug Rehab Nassau County NY

The opioid epidemic across Nassau County NY is fueling a need for more drug rehab programs that focus on opioid addiction treatment. Just in 2016, Nassau County lost 190 individuals directly because of an opioid overdose, which is an increase from the previous year, the Long Island Pulse reports. More access to drug rehab in Nassau County NY and out-of-state will take the burden off local law enforcement and emergency responders as they try to deal with the addiction crisis.

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Long Island Drug Dealers Arrested for Making Deadly Fentanyl Pills

Fentanyl is responsible for almost half of the 500 or so opioid overdose deaths across Long Island in 2016. It’s a deadly synthetic opioid that is at least 50 times more powerful than traditional heroin. Recently Long Island law enforcement cracked down on a fentanyl pill mill in West Babylon, NY which is located in Suffolk County. This is the first known fentanyl pill mill in the Suffolk County and Nassau County area, leading officials to believe the fentanyl epidemic is worse than anyone previously realized.

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Drug overdose deaths in Orange County NY kill people in record numbers

Did you know more people are being killed by drug overdoses than homicides or car accidents? Drug overdose deaths in Orange County NY are being fueled by the heroin epidemic and continued prescription opioid abuse. When looking at the most recent overdose statistics from 2014, Orange County has 14.10 deaths per 100,000 people which is one of the highest rates of any county in the state of New York.

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Chuck Schumer Wants Special DEA Heroin Team in New York City

New York City and its airports have become a major distribution hub of high-quality heroin that makes its way across the state, into Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, and all the boroughs. Some senators such as Chuck Schumer, the Democratic Senate Minority Leader from New York, have called for special DEA heroin teams to be dispatched to New York City.

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Pain Pill Detox for Long Island Residents

Prescription pain pills are fueling an opioid addiction epidemic across Long Island. Pain pill detox is uncomfortable but is the first step to recovering from opioid dependency and addiction. Once a person’s body becomes dependent on opioid-based pills to function, withdrawal symptoms kick in when there are no drugs available. These painful withdrawal symptoms can last from a couple days to a couple weeks depending on a variety of factors.

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Suffolk County Opioid Epidemic: 22 Overdoses In 48 Hours

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini announced a spike in opioid-related overdoses across the area in recent days. Over 22 overdoses related to heroin, fentanyl, and prescription pain pills were recorded over a span of just 48 hours across Suffolk County. Luckily, there was only one fatal overdose from this surge.

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New York police issue warning after heroin is found disguised as sweet tarts

Drug dealers are always finding new and clever ways to disguise their illicit product, but they often take it too far. Recently the Elmira police department in upstate New York found heroin and Xanax created to look like sweet tarts. This is a danger to children that may innocently mistake these drugs for candy and it can have a deadly outcome. New York police have issued a warning to parents and everyone in the community to be vigilant as heroin disguised as sweet tarts and candy is being found across New York.

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