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If your loved one from Washington needs help overcoming addiction, we are the right resource for you. People come from all over the United States to avail themselves of our unique, drug-free rehab program. Washington residents are in good hands with our proven drug abuse rehabilitation techniques.

Washington Drug Information

The drug abuse situation in Washington is complex and extensive. There’s no major class of drug that is not a significant problem in the state.

Marijuana has been legal for medical use for several years and was recently approved for recreational use by adults. Together with methamphetamine, these two drugs pose the most serious problems to the state. Both drugs are not only addictive and involved in many treatment admissions, both generate high rates of crime.

There are many indoor and outdoor marijuana grows in the state, and more marijuana comes across the border from British Columbia. Prescription drug diversion, especially painkillers, is an increasing risk and is related to the increase in use of heroin in the state as people look for a cheaper source of drugs. Mexican traffickers are mostly responsible for the supply of heroin that is sending an increasing number of people to rehab.

Cocaine is still a significant threat, while in many other states, its presence is dwindling. Supplies found in Washington are sometimes destined for Canada or Alaska.

Synthetic drugs such as Spice (K2), methylone and bath salts also pose local threats to life and health.

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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 792,000 of Washington citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug. In the past year, more than one million citizens used marijuana – that’s one person in seven. This number has increased more than 220,000 in just three years.

Additional survey results indicate that 174,000 Washington citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. More than 400,000 struggled with problem drinking.

At any particular time, there were approximately 42,000 people in drug or alcohol addiction treatment. The majority of those in treatment needed help for problems with both drugs and alcohol. But only about 9% of those needing help found it.