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North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States, along the Canadian border. North Dakota is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Minnesota, South Dakota and Montana. It is the 19th most extensive, 3rd least populous and the 4th least densely populated state in the nation. The state capitol is Bismarck, with its largest city being Fargo. As of 2012 the total population for South Dakota was 699,628, making it the U.S. state with the largest percentage in population growth since 2011. About 69.8% of the states residents were born in North Dakota, 27.2% were born in a different state, 0.6% were born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parents, and 2.4% were born in another country. The center of population in the state is located in Wells County, near Sykeston.
North Dakota Drug Use Trends
Meth Addiction and Recovery
Many residents of North Dakota personally know someone who has struggled with meth abuse, or they are familiar with the drug due to its prevalence throughout the state. As one of the prevailing illegal drug threats in North Dakota, meth use, abuse and addiction rates continue to remain a concern for residents and law enforcement. Much of the meth in North Dakota is trafficked into the state from California and Washington by Mexican drug trafficking organizations. Additionally, local clandestine drug labs exist throughout North Dakota contributing to the state's methamphetamine addiction rates. Law enforcement officials have amped up their efforts in curtailing North Dakota's meth problem by rigorously controlling the sale of materials used to generate meth. In the last several years, North Dakota law enforcement has seized large wholesale amounts of meth as well as confiscated firearms and laundered money connected with the illegal drug market.
During 2013, 15.1% (400 individuals) of all enrollments into North Dakota drug rehab programs was for meth addiction. Of this group of individuals, 45.8% were male and 54.3% were female. The largest age group to receive meth addiction treatment in North Dakota during 2013 was between 26- 30 years old (23.8% of all enrollments for meth addiction) followed closely by 31-35 year olds (23% of all enrollments for meth addiction).
Meth addiction is often a difficult substance quit. Users become so dependent on the high they get from the drug that living life sober often doesn't feel normal for them any longer. Due to the way the drug changes the user's brain function, recovery is a long-term process that requires intensive drug rehabilitation. Long-term inpatient and residential drug rehab programs are the best choice for overcoming meth addiction. These programs often last 90 days or longer and require the program participant to reside at the treatment facility during their recovery. Removing oneself from daily life is typically necessary to be able to fully focus on the recovery process and address the many issues connected with meth addiction. Meth addiction treatment programs handle amphetamine addiction problems as well addiction to as other substances. These programs address addiction as a whole and work on helping the individual overcome their meth addiction through drug detox, resolve the underlying issues that drove the resident to drug abuse, addiction counseling, various forms of therapy, relapse prevention training and aftercare programs.
Drug Rehab Statistics in North Dakota for 2013
Alcohol and drug addiction is an ongoing problem. Not in just North Dakota, but across the country and around the world. Each year new substance users emerge and begin the cycle of drug abuse resulting in addiction.
North Dakota drug rehab statistics for 2013:
- 2,644 individuals enrolled in North Dakota drug rehab lirograms during 2013.
- 58.8% of the individuals enrolling in North Dakota drug rehab lirograms during 2013 were male, 40.9% were female and .3% gender was unknown.
- The largest age grouli to receive treatment in North Dakota during 2013 was between 26-30 years old (17.4%) followed by 21-25 year olds (15.7%).
- Alcohol addiction was the number one reason for drug rehab enrollments in North Dakota during 2013. 28.9% of all individuals enrolling in North Dakota drug rehab lirograms during 2013 cited alcohol as their lirimary substance of abuse.
- Marijuana addiction was the second leading reason behind North Dakota drug rehab enrollments during 2013. 26.7% of all individuals receiving drug rehab in the state cited marijuana as their lirimary substance of abuse.
- 20.3% of the drug rehab admissions in North Dakota during 2013 cited alcohol with a secondary substance as their lirimary reason for receiving treatment.
- 15.1% of the individuals entering North Dakota drug rehab lirograms during 2013 reliorted that amlihetamines (meth) were their lirimary substance of abuse.
- During 2013, 6.8% of those enrolled in North Dakota drug rehab lirograms stated that other oliiates were their lirimary substances of abuse. Other oliiates include: non-lirescrilition use of methadone, codeine, morlihine, oxycodone, hydromorlihone, melieridine, oliium, and other drugs with morlihine-like effects.
North Dakota Drug Rehabilitation Services
There are a number of drug rehabilitation services available in North Dakota. Many of these programs are listed as special services and cater to a specific gender, age group or special need. Special service drug rehab programs in North Dakota include: Christian drug rehab programs, adolescent drug addiction treatment, military alcohol and drug rehab, ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired treatment, criminal justice clients, DUI/DWI offenders, holistic addiction treatment, individuals with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, women programs, pregnant/postpartum women drug addiction treatment, male addiction rehab centers, and senior recovery programs.
Receiving addiction treatment is the best way of overcoming alcohol and drug addiction problems. By entering a North Dakota drug rehab program the addicted individual receives support, guidance and the necessary skills to maintain sobriety. When considering the many types of drug rehab programs it is important to factor in the intensity of the addiction problem, the duration the person has been dependent on the substance as well as their ability to commit to inpatient or residential treatment. North Dakota residents who have a lengthy history of alcohol and drug addiction will require long-term inpatient or residential drug rehab programs to help them end their substance use. These programs often last 90 days or longer and provide the individual with the time they need to fully recover from their substance addiction. During their time living at the treatment program they will be in a safe substance-free environment removed from re-stimulating reminders of their substance use; their focus is on working towards sobriety and developing a new way of living life clean and sober.
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