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Desert Oasis Recovery, an Albuquerque, New Mexico Based Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Announces a New Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Program
Date:6/13/2009

Desert Oasis Recovery, an Albuquerque, New Mexico Based Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Announces a New Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Program. Prescription drug addiction is complicated and the least understood of all addictions, but can be just as destructive as any other type of addiction to a person and their loved ones.

Albuquerque, New Mexico (Vocus) June 13, 2009 -- Desert Oasis Recovery, an Albuquerque, New Mexico based drug and alcohol treatment center, one of only two privately run centers in the State of New Mexico, announces a new prescription drug addiction treatment program.

Prescription drug addiction is often said to be a silent or invisible epidemic. Normally the only time this addiction seems to surface is when someone famous gets reported as being addicted to prescription drugs, needs treatment or dies. Per Tami Pacheco, the Executive Director of Desert Oasis Recovery, "When a movie star or music artist dies or is admitted into a treatment facility careful attention is paid to those well known people and in turn they do get help. Sometimes when non-celebrities are addicted to prescription drugs their problem quite often goes unnoticed which is painful to know. Part of our mission here at Desert Oasis Recovery is to educate the public about this quiet problem and then let it be known that we are here to help everyone with addiction problems including prescription drug addiction." The difficult and painful part about prescription drug addiction is that
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