Wisconsin’s Narconon Drug Rehabilitation Solution
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People from all over the United States, including Wisconsin, enroll in our drug and alcohol abuse rehabilitation program because it works. If you are seeking a very successful rehabilitation center for yourself or a loved one from Wisconsin, please reach out to us immediately.
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Wisconsin Drug Information
Marijuana remains the most readily available and most widely abused drug throughout Wisconsin and is the drug most often mentioned (other than alcohol) as the one sending people to drug treatment programs.
Methamphetamine use has been growing within Wisconsin, expanding from the neighboring states of Iowa and Minnesota into northwestern and southwestern Wisconsin. Much of the methamphetamine available in Wisconsin has come from Mexico, transported to Wisconsin from California and other Southwest Border states.
The use of diverted controlled prescription drugs in Wisconsin continues to be a problem. The most commonly abused prescriptions are Ritalin, hydrocodone products such as Lortab or Vicodin, OxyContin, other oxycodone products and benzodiazepines like Valium and Xanax. Of course, the danger with addiction to prescription painkillers is that many people migrate to heroin which is significantly cheaper. By the middle of 2014, the State of Wisconsin recognized the growing heroin threat that was taking lives all over the state and began to make plans to fight this epidemic.
But it is alcohol that sends the most people by far to rehab. More than 60% of all Wisconsin rehab admissions are for this drug. An alarming number of young people in the state see no great risk in having five or more drinks once or twice during the week. And the number of young people binge drinking is considerably higher than the national average.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 401,000 Wisconsin citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug. Another 370,000 reported abuse of or dependence on alcohol. The vast majority of these people failed to get help for their problem, primarily because they did not feel they needed it. Other reasons for not getting help included not having funds, not knowing where to get help, or not being ready to stop using drugs or alcohol.