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Individuals from all over the country, many from Virginia, come to our drug and alcohol abuse rehabilitation program because it has helped thousands overcome addiction. If you are looking for a sure-fire rehabilitation treatment center for yourself or a loved one from Virginia, get hold of us right away.

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Virginia Drug Information

While cocaine was once a scourge up and down the East Coast, these days, it’s painkillers and heroin that are ruining the most lives. In Virginia in 2013, more than three times as many people abused painkillers as used cocaine.

Alcohol is also a substantial problem in the state. Of those who drink, about 40% binge drink – or drink enough to get drunk in one sitting. Half a million drink enough alcohol to create damage to their lives.

Overall, Virginia’s percentage of people using drugs matches the national average. But for those between the ages of 18 and 25, Virginia exceeds the national average. Among those in this age group, more than one person in five is currently an illicit drug user. Among teens, 9% are drug users, higher than the national average. Marijuana is the most widely abused drug in the state of Virginia. It sends more people to rehab than heroin and painkillers combined—over 6,000 each year.

Contact us today for more information about Virginia drug abuse rehab by calling 1-877-862-4326.

According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), a little more than half a million Virginians over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.

Additional survey results indicate that 177,000 Virginia citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse in a recent year. A half million reported abuse of or dependence on alcohol.

Each year, between 25,000 and 30,000 people are admitted to drug/alcohol treatment in Virginia. In Virginia, about 14% of those who need treatment for drug addiction actually find it—a higher number than most states. But only 7% of those needing help for addiction to alcohol get it. This could be because many people addicted to alcohol don’t really believe they need help.