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Michigan Crack Cocaine addiction treatment

Drug rehab services will help you to find the best crack cocaine rehab in Michigan. 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.

Drug rehab services is there to help you in this important moment. Also we help families and relatives with crack cocaine intervention. We can help families to intervene themselves as well as refering to a professionnal interventionist.

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Michigan crack cocaine treatment facts:

Population: 9,990,817
Law Enforcement Officers: 23,228
State Prison Population: 67,100
Probation Population: 170,967
Violent Crime Rate
National Ranking: 14 2004 Federal Drug Seizures
Cocaine: 124.6 kgs.
Heroin: 9.7 kgs.
Meth: 1.5 kgs.
Marijuana: 6,535.0 kgs.
Ecstasy: 4,873 tablets
Meth Labs: 295 (DEA, state, and local)

 

Crack cocaine addiction office Michigan

Drug and Alcohol Agency Michigan
Center for Substance Abuse Services Michigan
Michigan Department of Public Health
3423 North Martin Luther King Boulevard
P.O. Box 30195
Lansing, Michigan 48909





Crack cocaine Situation: Cocaine and crack cocaine indicators continued to stabilize, with small declines in deaths and ED mentions. Heroin rehab treatment admissions, especially as the main substance of abuse, increased as reported total rehab treatment admissions increased, while heroin-involved deaths start to decline after reaching a peak in the year of 2002. Data on other opiates showed increases in hydrocodone usage. Marijuana continued to be the most used illicit drug, with indicators remaining stable or increasing slightly. Indicators for meth use, mainly outside the metropolitan Detroit area in more rural settings, showed continuing increases. Indicators for abuse of LSD, GHB, ecstasy, ketamine, and Coricidin HBP showed recent decreases. Twenty-nine percent of the cumulative AIDS cases in the state of Michigan have been injection drug users.

Between 1994 and 1999, coke and crack cocaine was the most frequent DAWN ED drug mention in Detroit metropolitan counties. The Detroit-area rate of cocaine ED mentions per 100,000 persons was 178 in 1999, 179 in 2000, 186 in 2001, and 182 in 2002. After a slight but nonsignificant increase from 1999 to 2000, there was a slight but nonsignificant decrease in the years 2001 and 2002. The typical cocaine ED case continued to be a male, age 35 or older, who went to the emergency department seeking help for unexpected reaction, chronic effects, or overdose, and was treated and released in a multidrug-involved episode. Since about 2000, there have been decreases in ED mentions made by those in younger age groups, but the decreases were not significant.

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