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Idaho became a part of the United States on July 3, 1890. The state capital is Boise, ID with a population of 205,671 residents. The state itself is home to 1,567,582 as of the 2010 Idaho census. The states motto is Esto perpetua (It is forever). Idaho has chosen the syringa as their state flower, the white pine as their state tree and the mountain bluebird as the official state bird. Of the 1,567,582 people living in Idaho, 785,324 (50.1%) are Male; Female: 782,258 (49.9%). White: 1,396,487 (89.1%); Black: 9,810 (0.6%); American Indian: 21,441 (1.4%); Asian: 19,069 (1.2%); Other race: 79,523 (4.2%); Two or more races: 38,935 (2.5%); Hispanic/Latino: 175,901 (11.2%). 2010 population 18 and over: 1,138,510; 65 and over: 194,668 (12.4%); median age: 34.6.
Idaho Drug Use Trends
Idaho is located in the northwestern region of the United States, and is the 7th least densely populated state in the nation. The capital of Idaho is Boise, which is also the state's largest city. Idaho borders the Canadian province of British Columbia, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah Washington and Oregon. The state is home to a large network of dams and locks, and the city of Lewiston in the state is the farthest inland seaport on the Pacific coast of the contiguous United States. The state of Idaho is faced with very specific substance abuse problems that all residents should be aware of so that early intervention is possible, and when needed quality drug treatment can be delivered to those who need it.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Surveys of residents and treatment admissions data in Idaho indicate that 35% of treatment admissions in the state are for amphetamines, which would primarily be methamphetamine which has been a serious problem for quite some time in the state. Marijuana and alcohol are the second most common substances among treatment admission, both at about 23%. Adults in the state have experienced a recent up flux in treatment admission for alcohol, marijuana, and methamphetamine which have increased between 52% -73% since 2005. Youth treatment admissions have increased 15% for alcohol and risen an alarming 36% for marijuana since 2005.
The rate of alcohol induced deaths in Idaho is 20% greater than the national average, and the West in general which includes Idaho experiences the highest rate of drug induced deaths than any other region in the US. As mentioned above, methamphetamine is a particular problem in the state, and there are very stark consequences being experienced among residents as a result. Sadly, 80% of the child placements in the state are directly related to drug abuse, with methamphetamine being the main culprit. Additionally, an estimated 63% of felony drug court participants In Idaho indicate that methamphetamine is their drug of choice, and 52% of Idaho inmates directly attribute methamphetamine use to their incarceration. This problem effects not just the drug users themselves, but all residents in the state, with $66 million being annually to house male inmates who admit to having a methamphetamine problem in Idaho.
Treatment solutions are available in Idaho for individuals of all ages and with any kind of addiction. Because methamphetamine addiction is a particular problem in Idaho, drug rehab programs in the state are accustomed to dealing with the physical and psychological toll that meth addiction can take and are up for the challenge when someone wants to really put in the effort to get their life back. These types of addictions that truly affect every aspect of one's life and require intensive treatment are best overcome in an environment which is completely drug and stress free, and equipped to address anything which can pop up in the course of addressing such a devastating addiction. While there are a number of different types of drug rehab in Idaho, long-term and inpatient drug rehab programs in the state are best suited to provide this ideal type of environment where a full recovery is much more likely as opposed to outpatient treatment or counseling and support groups for example. In such a program, professional treatment counselors will work diligently to look beyond the physical side of addiction and focus more on the causes of it and things which trigger the client's alcohol or drug use. Once resolved as part of effective addiction treatment, the individual will have a much better chance of staying off of drugs for good.
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