Kentucky Drug Rehabs
There are approximately 22,000 admissions to drug and alcohol rehabs in Kentucky each year, but unfortunately most of the programs have limited success and the relapse rate is pretty high.
With around 101,000 Kentucky 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 Kentucky 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 Kentucky.
Marijuana, methamphetamine, diverted pharmaceutical drugs, and cocaine are the primary drug threats in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Kentucky is a primary source of domestically grown marijuana, the majority of which is produced in southeastern Kentucky. The commonwealth consistently ranks as one of the top three, marijuana producing states. The Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program eradicated 492,615 marijuana plants in Kentucky in 2007. Marijuana produced in Kentucky either remains in the commonwealth or is exported to metropolitan areas in Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and the eastern United States. Methamphetamine manufacturing activity in Kentucky has decreased, but the trafficking of methamphetamine in Kentucky remains because Caucasians are distributing "Ice" methamphetamine supplied from Mexican drug trafficking organizations (DTOs). The abuse and diversion of prescription drugs, particularly hydrocodone and oxycodone, remain one of, if not the, largest drug problem in southeastern Kentucky. The availability of diverted pharmaceuticals in central and northern Kentucky remains at a high level. Cocaine is readily available in central and southeastern Kentucky. Mexican DTOs are the primary source of cocaine from the Southwest Border via regional distribution networks in the Midwest and the southeast.
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Kentucky was one of the top ten states for rates in several drug-use categories among persons age 12 and older: past-year non-medical use of pain relievers; past-month use of illicit drugs other than marijuana; and illicit drug dependence. The number of meth lab seizure incidents in the state of Kentucky increased 138%, from 297 incidents in 2007 to 706 incidents in 2009. Approximately 8 percent of Kentucky residents (roughly 290,000 people over the age of 12) reported past-month use of illicit drugs. The rate of drug-induced deaths in Kentucky exceeds the national average
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