South Dakota’s Narconon Drug Abuse Rehabilitation
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South Dakota Drug Information
Cocaine is easily obtained throughout South Dakota and has increased in availability during the last year. Heroin is available in personal use quantities in South Dakota.
The use of methamphetamine continues to affect all areas of South Dakota. Use of and demand for methamphetamine has continued to rise over the past year. Marijuana is readily available throughout South Dakota as it is throughout the rest of the country.
According to the South Dakota Department of Health, hydrocodone products, codeine, and Darvocet are the most popular pharmaceutical substances abused in the state. Oxycodone abuse is a growing problem and the drug has been found at methamphetamine lab sites. The wide availability of prescription drugs makes them a favorite drug for South Dakota teenagers who are starting to use drugs.
Opioids (synthetic opiates) are rapidly becoming the primary gateway drug to heroin. The South Dakota drug recovery community sees prescription drug abuse as a serious public health and safety threat.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 43,000 South Dakota citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug. Of that number, 27,000 abused prescription painkillers.
Additional survey results indicate that 61,000 South Dakotans struggled with either alcohol or drug dependence in 2013.
By far the top drug identified as the primary drug sending South Dakotans to rehab was alcohol, followed by methamphetamine and marijuana. But in fact, polydrug abuse is extremely common in South Dakota. Of those in rehab, 59% said that they needed help for both alcohol and drug abuse.
However, approximately 14,000 South Dakota citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.