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A Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment Program that Is Successful!

People from all over the country, including Utah, go to our drug and substance abuse treatment program because of its proven track record of helping thousands permanently overcome their addictions. If you are looking for a highly successful rehab center for yourself or a loved one in Utah, contact us right away.

We provide a thorough, drug-free method of leaving addiction behind and learning to build a new, sober life. Learn more about how we can help you or a loved one by reaching out to us today.

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Utah residents seeking inpatient rehab services often turn to us. This is because our program is known throughout the nation as being one of the most successful in treating drug addiction. Addiction can be defeated, and we can help you do it with our proven drug abuse solutions for Utah residents.

Utah Drug Information

Overall, rates of drug and alcohol abuse in Utah stay under the national average. It is surprising then, that the state has the eighth-highest drug overdose rate in America.

Out of nearly three million people, only 700,000 drink alcohol and about half of those binge drink. More drug users use marijuana than any other drug. Annually, 35,000 use cocaine and 92,000 abuse a prescription drug. As with many other parts of the country, the addiction problem so often starts with prescription drug use that gradually turned into an addiction. That addiction has led many people to heroin, which is cheaper and does not require a doctor’s visit.

Methamphetamine is still a significant problem in Utah, although its threat has dropped in many other states. After alcohol, meth is the #2 drug sending people to rehab. In 2005 and 2006, meth treatment admissions almost equalled those of alcohol.

MDMA – also known as Ecstasy and Molly – and designer drugs are a problem along the Wasatch Range, which stretches from Provo to Ogden. These drugs are available through bars, clubs, private parties and raves. Molly can be found not only in night clubs, but also in middle and high schools.

Contact us today for more information about Utah drug abuse rehab by calling 1-800-473-0930.

According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 133,000 Utah citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.

Additional survey results indicate that 59,000 Utah citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 120,000 people reported drinking enough to damage their lives.

In one recent year, 13,000 Utahans arrived in rehab centers to get help for addiction. Alcohol was claimed as the primary problem drug for almost 5,000, and methamphetamine was in second place with 2,600.

However, approximately 64,000 Utah citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year, along with 113,000 people who needed help with alcoholism.