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The capital of Montana is Helena, MT. This state joined the union on November 8, 1889 and was the 41st state to do so. The state symbols of Montana include the bitterroot, ponderosa pine, and the Western meadowlark. 2010 resident census population reported that 989,415 people live in Montana. Of this population 496,667 (50.2%) were Male; Female: 492,748 (49.8%). White: 884,961 (89.4%); Black: 4,027 (0.4%); American Indian: 62,555 (6.3%); Asian: 6,253 (0.6%); Other race: 5,975 (0.6%); Two or more races: 24,976 (2.5%); Hispanic/Latino: 28,565 (2.9%). 2010 population 18 and over: 77.4%; 65 and over: 14.8%; median age: 39.
Montana Drug Use Trends
Montana is a state located in the western portion of the U.S. While Montana is one of the largest states, it is also one of the least populated at the same time. The state is so called after the Spanish word spelled the same way which means mountain, and Montana boasts 77 named ranges which are part of the Rocky Mountains. When residents of Montana need help for any type of substance abuse issue, it is important that they know what all of the options are so that they can make the best decision in regards to this. Here are examples of the types of drug problems in the state and treatment options available as well.
Rates of alcohol abuse far exceed those for illicit drug abuse in the state of Montana. This problem presents itself at a very early age for many Montana residents, and about one-quarter of high school students in Montana report having consumed alcohol for the first time before the age of 13. Also, 43% of high school students in Montana report having had at least one drink of alcohol on at least one day during the past 30 days, and 30% report having ridden with a driver who had been drinking alcohol one or more times. An estimated 22% of young adult men and 12% of young adult women in Montana have an alcohol abuse problem.
The rate of recent drug use among persons age 12 or older and among young adults age 18-25 in Montana is much higher than the national average. The same holds true for recent marijuana use specifically, among the same age groups. Around 10% of Montana residents report recent illicit drug use, well above the national average, and the state is in the top ten of states for past-month illicit drug use among residents age 12 and older. Marijuana is the illicit drug of choice in the state, although the second biggest problem in the state is opiates including heroin and the non-medical abuse of prescription opiate medications. An estimated 9% of young adult women and 6% of young adult men in Montana have a drug abuse problem. As a consequences of substance abuse in Montana, the state experiences higher than average rates of drug induced deaths.
While it may be difficult some residents to be away from their families and/or responsibilities for an extended period of time while in treatment in Montana, long-term programs in the state which are either in an inpatient setting or a residential facility are the programs that have the highest success rates. Instead of remaining in an environment which is likely triggering one's substance abuse, as the case when enrolled in an outpatient program, long-term inpatient and residential drug rehab programs in Montana provide an essential change of environment which is most suitable for individuals who will struggle with cravings and other challenges that they will need a robust support system for around the clock. So if you are struggling with addiction or know someone who is, speaking with a professional drug treatment counselor at such a facility today to get your questions answered and to find out the benefits which such an exclusive environment can offer.
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