Drug Addiction

Drug Overdose Signs: Should You Call 911?

Drug Overdose Signs: Should You Call 911?

It can be hard to know what to do when your loved one is struggling with an addiction, especially when they are intoxicated. You may feel paralyzed when faced with the decision of whether to seek help or try to help them on your own. It’s important to remember in times like these that your first priority should be your loved one’s health and safety. If you see any signs of drug overdose or alcohol poisoning, don’t hesitate to seek medical attention for any reason. It could save your loved one’s life. Call 911. Warning Signs of Drug Overdose and […]

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How Common Is LSD Addiction?

How Common Is LSD Addiction?

LSD, or lysergic acid diethylamide, has found its place primarily in underground clubs or raves. Ecstasy and even PCP are more likely to be found in these settings, but LSD still finds its way into the mix. LSD Addiction Statistics The following are facts and statistics about LSD use and addiction: The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimated that 200,000 plus people use LSD for the first time every year. This means that about 9.7% of people older than 12 have used LSD at least once. Since 2002 and the introduction of better drug abuse education the […]

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Drunk on Alcohol or High on LSD: How to Know the Difference

Drunk on Alcohol or High on LSD: How to Know the Difference

LSD is a psychedelic drug that is one of the most potent mood-changing chemicals available. This drug is sold in the following forms: Tablet Capsule Liquid Blotter paper Although LSD most commonly is ingested, it can also be sniffed and injected.1 LSD is a semi-synthetic drug made from a fungus called ergot, which is found on common grains, including rye.2 LSD interrupts the interaction between nerve cells and serotonin, a neurotransmitter that promotes positive feelings. This interaction triggers an altered state that begins within the first hour or two of taking the drug and can last up to 12 hours. […]

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Hormonal Balance and LSD Use

Hormonal Balance and LSD Use

On This Page: Dangers of Hormonal Imbalance LSD Abuse Rehab LSD Abuse Helpline Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is a hallucinogen with psychedelic properties. LSD “trips” can last from 6 to 12 hours and can cause many different responses in the body. For example, a person who misuses LSD may experience vivid hallucinations that can be terrifying. Others who use the drug may experience mood swings, anxiety, panic attacks, or paranoia. Because LSD is an illegal drug, people often procure other illegal drugs when they take LSD, or mix LSD with alcohol. The results can be very dangerous. LSD is a […]

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Keeping Score: Why Total Wellness Should Be Priority No. 1 for Professional Athletes

doctor putting stethascope on football helmet

It’s no secret that a professional sports career comes with a pretty impressive perks package — worldwide recognition, an enviable seven-figure paycheck, flashy endorsement deals, adulation from fans of all ages, an instant platform to champion meaningful causes and so much more. What may seem like such a charmed life, however, comes with enormous pressures that are often left unaddressed. To consistently play at peak physical level, which, of course, is the expectation when organizations are investing so much money in someone’s talent, players often deal with nagging injuries. And rather than rehabilitating their torn-up knees and jacked-up backs properly, […]

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Dear Friends,

On November 10, 2018, the Woolsey Fire destroyed The Canyon at Peace Park’s treatment facility. At this time, The Canyon at Peace Park is not accepting patients for any services. We arranged for the safe and seamless discharge or transition of all patients when we were forced to evacuate due to the fire.

For over 12 years, The Canyon at Peace Park has been privileged to provide integrated treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders to patients across the nation. Our main focus has always been on our patients and their success. We have served hundreds of patients and their families, providing exclusive treatment and services for a wide range of behavioral health and addiction issues.

Our trained, compassionate staff has been committed to delivering quality patient care with dignity and respect, with the goal of helping our patients return to their communities as healthier individuals. We are extremely proud of the sacrifices of those who worked every day, often under challenging circumstances, to positively impact our patients’ lives.

We thank the physicians and staff for their expertise and dedication in providing high quality, compassionate treatment and care to the patients we have served.

We look forward to carrying on The Canyon at Peace Park’s legacy through our outpatient locations in Santa Monica and Encino. Foundations Recovery Network also has other residential and outpatient facilities around the country offering the same high quality of service you’ve come to expect from us.

If you need help finding treatment, please visit foundationsrecoverynetwork.com or call for more information.

To request medical records please contact UHS-NRO Records Department. Fax a copy of the completed/signed ROI form to FAX# (615)-997-1200 or it can be emailed to [email protected] If you need additional guidance on medical records, please call (615) 312-5834

Sincerely,

The Canyon at Peace Park Leadership Team

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