Iowa
Iowa
Marijuana

is the most commonly abused substance in the state.

More then 5,000 individuals were admitted to treatment for Marijuana addiction.
While less than 3,000 individuals suffering from stimulants abuse were admitted for addiction recovery.

For many, drugs offer an escape from the harsh realities of life. They can create new worlds or feelings and make a person completely forget his or her problems. This is why many individuals with a substance abuse problem fail to acknowledge they have an addiction and need help. For many Iowa residents this is the case. A large percengate of Iowans suffer from a substance abuse, but do not seek the treatment they need. While more than 3,000,000 people inhabit Iowa, 40,000 suffer from an addiction.  

Drug addiction also includes prescription medicine abuse and painkiller overuse. In Iowa, these over-the-counter medicines are a major cause of the high number of addicts in the state. Stimulants abuse (including methamphetamine) ranked second among those drugs most commonly abused by those entering treatment in 2010. There were 2,950 individuals who entered treatment for amphetamine abuse in 2009 with a few hundred more admitted for other drugs such as LSD, hallucinogens, tranquilizers etc.

Underage drug abuse is another problem that has gripped the State of Iowa, with binge drinking being one of the major concerns. Driving under the influence of intoxicants is a severe problem and leads to accidents and mishaps. It also encourages criminal behavior and is a threat to society.

Addiction rehabilitation is available for alcohol addiction, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, party drugs, marijuana and prescription drugs for those living in Iowa. It is important for the individual wishing to end their addiction to seek the proper professional medical care at an Iowa drug rehab center. 

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