Vermont’s Narconon Drug Abuse Rehabilitation
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Individuals from all over the country, with many coming from Vermont, attend our drug rehab program because it has assisted thousands nationwide to overcome their addiction. If you are seeking for a tried and true rehab center for yourself or a loved one from Vermont, please reach out to us immediately.
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Vermont residents, along with people throughout the nation, have turned to our drug abuse solutions when they needed to get results. Our drug abuse rehab program will help you or your loved one get his or her life back on track. Call us and learn about the program that Vermont residents have been using for years in order to accomplish permanent recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Vermont Drug Information
Vermont has a tragic problem with heroin that is devastating families across the state. In a recent address, the Governor of Vermont noted that two million dollars of heroin is trafficked into the state each week.
For many, the problem began with prescription drugs that may initially have been used as directed. Other supplies of painkillers along with benzodiazepines like Xanax and Valium were diverted for recreational use. From this start, many people became addicted. When their money ran out, they began looking for heroin because it’s a fraction of the price of pills. And no doctor is needed.
In Vermont, more people go to rehab for alcohol than any other drug, but the number is dropping fairly rapidly. Climbing to meet that number is the number of those going to rehab for pills. Recently upsurging is the number being treated for heroin addiction.
Marijuana is the most widely available and commonly abused drug in Vermont. It is typically transported to Vermont from the Southwestern U.S. or across the Canadian border. An equal number of people need treatment for marijuana addiction as need help for heroin addiction.
Vicodin, Fentanyl, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Ritalin, Xanax, OxyContin and Diazepam are the most commonly diverted pharmaceutical drugs in Vermont. Prescription drug abuse is on the rise. Abuse-resistent forms of OxyContin are still not stopping this rising epidemic in Vermont and other states.
Contact us today for more information about Vermont drug abuse rehab by calling 1-800-473-0930.
According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 69,000 of Vermont citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug. Among those 12-17 years of age, illicit drug use was considerably higher than the national average.
The proportion of Vermont citizens going to rehab each year is very high compared to other states. In 2012, 1,605 people out of each 100,000 of population in the state were admitted to rehabs. Only four other states have higher numbers.
Additional survey results indicate that 16,000 Vermont citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 37,000 reported past year alcohol dependence.
Currently, the number of people admitted to drug or alcohol treatment in Vermont ranges around 8,700. Nearly 12% of Vermont citizens reporting the need for alcohol addiction found it, along with nearly 16% of those needing help for drug addiction. These figures are higher than the national average.