Saskatchewan Short-Term Substance Abuse Treatment

Many first-time drug users may think recreational drug use is safe and there is no possible way that anything bad could happen. This could not be further from the truth, because such drugs as Fentanyl has been making its way across the country, it is very common for this drug to be mixed in with other recreational drugs such as cocaine, marijuana, and crystal meth. The dose will be unknown, and Fentanyl is 100 times more potent than any other type of opioid, which means the likelihood of overdose is very high. Short-term residential drug rehab programs in Saskatchewan can treat people addicted to any type of drugs, and many of the patients attending these programs were those one-time recreational drug users who took it too far and became addicted. The treatment process is much of the same as it is with long-term programs, but each short-term inpatient center will last one month or less and will not tend to go longer unless requested by the client.