Substance abuse addiction has become an epidemic in the United States with over 12,000+ deaths from drugs in 2011.
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The rate of drug-induced deaths in West Virginia is higher than the national average.
In 2009: 21% of Wisconsin high school students reported that have used a prescription drug (such as OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin, Adderall, Ritaline or Xanax) without a doctor's prescription.
Approximately 9% of Wyoming residents reported past-month use of illicit drugs; the national average is 8 percent.
In 2011, the number of deaths related to DUI increased from 25 to 39 in Utah. This was a 56% increase from the year before.
Cocaine, Heroin and Marijuana have become the drugs of choice in Vermont.
With alcohol being the #1 problem in Virginia, treatment centers are flooded with alcoholics that need help.
MADD says there were 206 DUI related deaths in Washington in 2009, making up about 42 percent of traffic fatalities that year.
In 2010, 5500 people in South Carolina were admitted into treatment for marijuana abuse.
Native Americans comprise 8% of the South Dakota residents and many Native American communities are being torn apart by the rampant addiction epidemic.
The number of drug overdose deaths in Tennessee increased from 422 in 2001 to 1,059 in 2010. This is a 250% increase in 10 years.
The number of meth lab seizure incidents in the state of Texas increased 67%, from 93 incidents in 2007 to 155 incidents in 2009.
8 out of 10 of the leading causes of death in Oregon are at least partially caused by the use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
In Pennsylvania 26 percent of drunk driving deaths in 2011 were in the 16-20 age group.
In 2009, 51% of motor vehicle fatalities involved alcohol in Rhode Island, compared to the national rate of 42%.
In 2010, 23,719 people were admitted to treatment for smoking cocaine in addition to the 12,265 who received treatment for consuming cocaine by means other than smoking in North Dakota.
In Ohio one person is injured every 48 minutes and one is killed every 19 hours in an alcohol-related traffic crash.
In 2010, hydrocodone was a factor in 153 overdose deaths in Oklahoma, followed by oxycodone at 144 deaths, according to the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control.
Across the last 15 years in New Jersey, there has been a steady decline in the number of treatment admissions for heroin and cocaine addictions and an increase in the number of alcohol and marijuana addictions.
New Mexico drug-induced deaths (23.9 per 100,000 population) exceeded the national rate (12.7 per 100,000).
In 2010, 23,719 people were admitted to treatment for smoking cocaine in addition to the 12,265 who received treatment for consuming cocaine by means other than smoking in New York.
As North Carolina's second most abused drug in 2010, 5463 people were admitted to drug treatment for smoking cocaine, and an additional 2157 entered treatment for ingesting cocaine through other means than smoking
In the most recent survey, 10.02% of Montana residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month. 3.89 percent of Montana residents reported using an illicit drug other than marijuana in the past month.
Stimulants, including methamphetamine, are the most commonly cited drugs among primary drug treatment admissions in the state of Nebraska, followed closely by marijuana.
Prescription drug abuse continues to increase, during the last 10 years in Nevada, per capita sales of Oxycodone surged 366%. Hydrocodone sales rose 233%
Opiates (including prescription drugs) are the most commonly cited drugs among primary drug treatment admissions in the state of New Hampshire, followed by heroin and marijuana.
Nearly 9,000 individuals got treatment for an addiction to Marijuana in 2010, while 4,000 individuals got help with their substance addiction to opiates in Minnesota.
Since the July 2010 implementation of a state law to limit pseudo-ephedrine chemicals to prescription-only status, Mississippi meth lab seizures have decreased according to Mississippi state officials.
There were 23,136 arrests for marijuana offenses in Missouri in 2007, representing an arrest rate of 394 per 100,000, which ranks Missouri at number 10 in the nation.
84% of treatment centers in Maryland offer some form of outpatient treatment.
Alcohol-only admissions in Massachusetts have declined from 29 percent of all admissions in 1992, to 19 percent in 2006. Drug-only admissions have increased from 18 percent in 1992, to 45 percent in 2006.
In Michigan in 2009 there were 38,941 individuals arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol. There were 16,512 arrests for marijuana possession, with an additional 3,000 arrests for the sale of the drug in 2007.
The number of meth lab seizure incidents in the state of Kentucky increased 138%, from 297 incidents in 2007 to 706 incidents in 2009. Drug-induced deaths in Kentucky exceed the national average.
According to the 2006 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Louisiana has a total of 145 treatment facilities.
Drug-Induced Deaths: As a direct consequence of drug use, 161 persons died in Maine in 2007.
77% all individuals in Indiana abuse alcohol in part or fully alongside another drug.
With more than 3 Million people in Iowa, 40,000 are addicts! Marijuana is the drug of choice.
The number of people who entered drug rehab for amphetamine dependence in 2009 in Kansas was 2,059 which increased from the previous year of 1,819.
Although Heroin is the most abused substance in the state, it is important to note that alcohol dependence is higher in Illinois than the national average among individuals age 18 to 25.
59,000 underage adolescents in Idaho drink each year. 22.3% of those have had five or more drinks of alcohol in a row (binge drinking) in the past 30 days.
There has been a steady increase in the number of admissions to treatment centers in Delaware from 5,121 in 2002 to 8,227 in 2005.
Drug related deaths is the second most common death among young people in Florida.
There has been a steady increase in the annual number of admissions to treatment in Georgia—from approximately 30,000 in 1992, to nearly 45,000 in 2005.
The “HOPE Probation” program uses swift, and modest sanctions, coupled with frequent drug tests, to reduce relapse in Hawaii. After one year the HOPE probationers were 72 percent less likely to use drugs.
Marijuana accounts for 25% all substance abuse treatment cases in Southern California.
15.4% of all deaths in Colorado are from a drug overdose.
Heroin is the most commonly cited drug at admissions for treatment in Connecticut in 2010 when more than 8,000 individuals were admitted for Heroin addiction.
In Alabama 14,953 of patients in treatment for substance abuse were under the age of 18.
In Alaska 11% of patients in treatment are under the age of 18.
In Arizona 42% of all marijuana seizures occur on the Southwest Border of Arizona.
17,000 people in Arkansas received treatment for a Heroin Addiction in 2010.
In the United States there are over 11,000 drug and alcohol treatment centers. This can make finding a program for you or your loved one seem impossible. Knowing what makes a quality rehabilitation center can make the process easier. Treatment centers should never be a one-size fits all; to achieve lasting sobriety you must find the center that provides the best services for your individual needs.
If you are looking for a solution for a drug or alcohol addiction, then a rehabilitation center may be the answer for you. Explore the various programs available in your state or call to speak to one of our addiction counselors. They are a source of knowledge regarding your addiction and the treatment programs that are available to you. You can get all your questions answered from a professional who cares. Take your first step toward an addiction free life by calling us today.