Georgia Drug Rehabs

Georgia drug rehabThere are approximately 40,000 admissions to drug and alcohol rehabs in Georgia each year, but unfortunately most of the programs have limited success and the relapse rate is pretty high.

With around 195,000 Georgia citizens reporting illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year, it is clear that not only is there a large gap between those who need addiction treatment and those who receive it, there is also the necessity of finding drug rehab programs that actually work.

We can assist you in locating effective services for someone from Georgia including long term residential rehab programs, addiction treatment facilities and detoxification centers.

Fill out the form below or call us toll-free at 1-877-920-2533 for help finding a successful rehabilitation center for someone from Georgia.

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The state of Georgia is both a final destination point for drug shipments and a smuggling corridor for drugs transported along the East Coast. Extensive interstate highway, rail, and bus transportation networks, as well as international, regional, and private air and marine ports of entry serve the state. Moreover, Georgia is strategically located on the I-95 corridor between New York City and Miami, the key wholesale-level drug distribution centers on the East Coast and major drug importation hubs. In addition, Interstate Highway 20 runs directly into Georgia from drug entry points along the southwest border and Gulf Coast. The city of Atlanta has become an important strategic point for drug-trafficking organizations (DTOs) as it is the largest city in the South and is a nexus for all East/West and North/South travel. The Mexico-U.S. Southwest Border area continues to be the primary source and staging area for cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and heroin introduced into the Atlanta Field Division.

Approximately 7 percent of Georgia residents reported past-month use of illicit drugs; the national average was 8 percent. The number of meth lab seizure incidents in Georgia increased 91%, from 67 incidents in 2007 to 128 incidents in 2009, according to data from the El Paso Intelligence Centerís National Seizure System (EPIC-NSS). Cocaine is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in Georgia. The rate of drug-induced deaths in Georgia is lower than the national average

Georgia DEA Offices & Contact Numbers:
Atlanta: 404-893-7000
Augusta: 706-724-9021
Columbus: 706-649-7850
Macon: 478-757-8754
Rome: 706-232-5104
Savannah: 912-447-1035

According to 2004-2005 data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 539,000 (8%) Georgia citizens (ages 12 or older) reported past month use of an illicit drug.

Contact us today to find out more information about successful drug rehabs in Georgia for someone from the state.