Increased Need For Drug Alcohol Opioid Addiction Rehab Treatment Centers In USA

Recent reports and remarks made by President Trump have drawn a lot of attention and awareness to what can only be described as an addiction epidemic engulfing the whole of the USA. Sufferers blighted by addiction are not all receiving the help and treatment required.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - November 10, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The need for increased focus on sufferers, blighted by drug and alcohol addiction, to help facilitate them into drug rehab treatment centers has never been more acute than in the light of recent reports and studies that have drawn attention and awareness to what can only be described as an addiction epidemic engulfing the whole of the USA.

Sobering Numbers – In 1979 the number of people admitting to having used illicit drugs was 31.3%. By 2015 that figure had risen to 48.8%, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Deaths from overdose rose from 17,415 in 2000 to 52,404 by 2015. In that time, 11 times more people were in prison due to drug-related offenses. In 1980 only 40.900 drug-related offenses were registered. By 2015, this figure had risen to 469,545 according to The Sentencing Project.

States with the highest percentage of teenage drug users are reported; Colorado, the District of Columbia, Vermont, Oregon and Rhode Island. However, this is by no means a young adult issue. It is becoming prevalent in older age groups as the Opioid & Opiate abuse reporting has recently indicated.

It is ironic, however, that even though President Trump and Congress have firmly highlighted opioid addiction and drug overdoses as a high priority issue, the biggest drug-related problems recorded across the whole of the USA are in fact to be found in DC’s own back yard.

The District of Columbia has long had a tradition and been the center of illicit drug trafficking and abuse and remains so to this day. Even with an enormous amount of regeneration projects, both commercial and residential, DC is still unable to shake its drug-related problems.

Treatments need to be made widely available to all for the sake of society and communities. How exactly Donald Trump, his administration, and Congress are able to markedly reduce the current drug use epidemic is anyone’s guess. However, it is certainly one that is to be addressed and should, therefore, be commended.

In the meantime, recently launched website ‘Drug Alcohol Rehab‘ aims to do its part in helping those in need of drug addiction and also alcohol abuse treatment. Supported by the Addiction Recovery Now network, one of the USA’s largest networks of licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists, addiction sufferers will be able to turn to them for much-needed help, understanding, and treatment.

Their highly trained and specialist counselors will sympathetically help addiction suffering callers through the maze of options available to them and the wide variety of treatments that will best suit the suffers individual needs and circumstance. These specialist counselors are often previous addiction sufferers themselves so are able to empathise and understand a callers anxieties, needs and concerns.

Over 80 popular private health insurance policies are accepted by the Network and in the majority of cases, they can secure 100% insurance financing for their patients. In a time when many addiction sufferers have no one to turn to who can understand their needs, difficulties, and situation, it is re-assuring that there is help at hand 24/7.

Drug and Alcohol addiction sufferers can call Addiction Recovery Now directly, Toll Free: (844) 251 5482

Find out more by visiting: http://drug-and-alcohol-rehab-info.com

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