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The devastation of heroin addiction is felt throughout our nation, now crossing every socioeconomic, racial, and geographic bound. More than likely, you know someone, or have crossed paths with an individual who suffers from this illness. Drug addiction is a progressive and fatal disease, thus it is imperative to seek treatment immediately. Understanding the urgency of drug abuse, we work tirelessly to provide safe and effective treatment resources to suffering individuals nationally.

Our treatment professionals work hand-in-hand with clients, connecting each individual with quality services. As our centers offer various levels of care and an array of specialty programming, our clients are offered care that is tailored to fit their specific needs. Through this, our treatment specialists are able to assist clients in achieving lasting sobriety, freeing themselves from addiction and empowering them once more.

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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), no longer separates substance abuse and substance dependence. Rather, it utilizes the term of substance use disorders, which are diagnosed on a scale ranging from mild, to moderate, and severe. These levels are determined based on diagnostic criteria met by an individual, such as social impairment, impaired control, risky use, and pharmacological criteria.

Our specialists provide a comprehensive approach to the therapeutic process of heroin addiction treatment and we are able to ensure individualized treatment protocols that encompass a full continuum of care.

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On a local and state level, its impacts are severe. As a direct result of heroin abuse, crime and unemployment rates have increased, while the foster system and county coroner’s offices are being bombarded. While it may seem as though there is no end in sight for this epidemic, change is possible…one person at a time.

Becoming another statistic does not have to be your fate. Through the process of addiction treatment, you or your loved one can experience a life of recovery. Take the first step and give us a call today.

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Heroin Addiction By State

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 2010 and 2016 heroin-related overdose deaths increased fivefold. In 2016, roughly 15,500 people died from a heroin overdose, a 19.5% increase from the previous year. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH) tells us the overdose rate skyrockets to 42,249 when those factors are considered. Provisional counts for 2017 look to rise to nearly 50,000.

While the heroin epidemic has taken its toll nationally, its impact is especially overwhelming on the east coast. In 2016, West Virginia (52.0 per 100,000), Ohio (39.1 per 100,000), New Hampshire (39.0 per 100,000), Pennsylvania (37.9 per 100,000), and Kentucky (33.5 per 100,000), had the highest rate of drug overdose deaths throughout the country. Other states that saw dramatic increases in overdose death rates include Florida, New Jersey, the New England region, New York, and Illinois.

https://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/data/statedeaths.html

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