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Big Wells, TX Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

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You’ll find the city of Big Wells in northeastern Dimmit County, about 18 miles from Carrizo Springs, the Dimmit County seat. Big Wells is a city whose citizens suffer from major substance use disorders. Due to the nature of such disorders, patients can’t really do much about it themselves and need outside assistance to overcome their disorders. One of the substances that cause behavioral changes and habits is opioids. If you know someone who’s struggling with opioid misuse disorder, contact a Big Wells drug rehab as soon as possible. Treatment Centers Directory has all the contact information for every drug rehab Texas has to offer. There, you’ll be able to find a phone number and the address of every drug rehab in your area. There’s always a sense of urgency when opioids are involved and for a good reason. The rates of opioid overdoses are too high for a variety of reasons, one of which is the misconception that prescription opioids can’t be that dangerous. If you know someone who’s addicted to opioids, be on the lookout for symptoms of opioids overdose: shallow breathing, weak heartbeat, clammy skin, nausea, vomiting, and purple fingernails and lips. Give us a call if you know someone who news a drug rehab in Big Wells.

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