Indiana Crack Cocaine addiction treatment
Drug rehab services will help you to find the best crack cocaine rehab in Indiana. Our certified chemical dependency counselors will guide you and your family in this very important moment.
The instant you decide to do something about a crack cocaine addiction problem is very crucial. Sometime it takes a long time before someone in need with an addiction take the decision to do something about it.
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Indiana crack cocaine treatment facts:
Crack cocaine Situation Information
State Prison Population: 44,054
Probation Population: 143,871
Violent Crime Rate
National Ranking: 11
2005 Federal Drug Seizures
Cocaine: 2,623.2 kgs.
Heroin: 24.1 kgs.
Meth: 14.2 kgs./3,181 du
Marijuana: 2,546.2 kgs.
Hashish: 3.7 kgs
MDMA: 0.3 kgs/78,901 du
Methamphetamine Lab Incidents: 931 (DEA, state, and local)
Crack cocaine addiction office Indiana
Indiana Prevention Resource Center
Creative Arts Building
2735 E. 10th St. Rm. 110
Bloomington, IN 47408-2602
Voice and TDD: 812.855.1237
Toll Free in Indiana: 1.800.346.3077
Crack cocaine Situation: The nature of the drug problem in the state of Indiana varies in all over the state. The main drug problems in the north and central part of Indiana are the availability, distribution, and abuse of powdered and also of crack cocaine. In the central and southern parts, a dramatic increase in the number of meth labs has resulted in a raise of meth abuse amongst drug users. Heroin is more available in the Indiana's urban areas, and while marijuana is the common abused drug all over Indiana, the threat posed by marijuana abuse has not reached the level posed by powdered cocaine.
Substance abuse is a significant health, social, public safety, and economic problem in the state of Indiana. An average of 30,000 rural Indiana residents required publicly funded drug abuse rehab in 1998. According to the Prevention Needs Assessment conducted by the Institute for Drug Abuse Prevention, in 1996 over 27,000 pregnant women in rural parts of the state of Indiana sought support in substance abuse prevention programs. In the three rural counties of Indiana included in the assessment, 5.6 percent of newborns tested positive for drugs.
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