There are approximately 2.5 million people in the State of Nevada, leaving many tens of thousands of substance abusers looking for effective drug rehab help. Most of the existing drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers unfortunately don't offer successful long-term residential treatment.
We can help you find an effective drug rehab program in Nevada.
National survey results indicate that about 2.7% of Nevada citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. This translates to more than 50,000 people. During 2006, there were over 10,000 admissions to drug/alcohol rehabs in Nevada. This was similar to the number of rehab admissions in 2005.
Approximately 37,000 people in Nevada (1.83%) reported past year illicit drug dependence. Methamphetamine is the most frequently encountered drug in Nevada and remains available in both personal use and distribution quantities. Mexican produced crystal methamphetamine is the most readily available in Nevada. Purity levels for Mexican produced crystal methamphetamine have decreased from the 90% to 99% range to the 50% range.
During 2006, 24.8% of Federally-sentenced defendants in Nevada were charged with drug offenses. Methamphetamine was involved in approximately 75% of these drug offenses. As of April 16, 2007, there were 22 drug courts in Nevada that had been in existence for at least two years, 2 that had been recently implemented and 4 which were being planned at that time.
The pharmaceutical controlled substances of choice in Nevada include hydrocodone, Xanax, codeine, diazepam, Ketamine, Lortab and oxycodone. Cocaine, particularly crack cocaine, is a significant problem in the urban areas of Nevada. Cocaine HCI is moderately available in northern Nevada and readily available throughout the southern areas of the state.
According to available survey data, approximately 48,000 (2.4%) Nevada citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.
Call us now at 587-400-5012 for more information on effective drug rehab services for someone from Nevada.