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Drug Rehab Washington
Find Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers in or around the following Washington cities:
- Federal Way
- Port Orchard
- Gig Harbor
- Mount Vernon
- Walla Walla
- Oak Harbor
- Des Moines
- Port Angeles
- Moses Lake
- Spokane Valley
- East Wenatchee
- Sedro Woolley
- Mountlake Terrace
- North Bend
- Union Gap
- Port Townsend
- Castle Rock
- Friday Harbor
- White Salmon
- Long Beach
- Neah Bay
- Airway Heights
- Bonney Lake
- Camano Island
Washington is a state located in the Pacific Northwest on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Washington is the 18th most extensive and 13th most populous state in the nation. It is also the 2nd most populous state on the West Coast, with about 60% of the 6,724,540 state residents residing in the Seattle metro area. Seattle, Washington is a bustling hub of transportation, business and industry along the Puget Sound region of the Salish Sea with the remainder of the state consisting mainly of rainforests and mountain ranges.
In the Pacific Northwest region, Washington ranks first in terms of population. According to the most recent census information collected, 77% of the states residents are White, 11% are Hispanic or Latino, 7% are Asian, 4% are Black, 1.5% are Native American, and 5% are two or more races. The largest ancestry groups are German, Irish, English, Mexican, and Norwegian.
Washington Drug Use Trends
Located in the Pacific Northwest, Washington State is a leader in the production of lumber and has several manufacturing industries including aircraft and missiles. The state's geography varies with a number of mountain ranges, volcanoes, coastal areas, rain forests, and arid deserts. A majority of Washington's residents choose to reside in the Seattle metropolitan area with easy access to transportation, commerce, and industry. Over the years problems with alcohol and drug addiction has continued to be a problem in Washington. Studies conducted in 2013 revealed a large number of young adults have begun to abuse and become addicted to heroin. The study also showed an increase in drug-caused deaths resulting from methamphetamine use.
Heroin addiction has become a widespread problem in Washington. Law enforcement noted that heroin was the most common substance seized during the first half of 2013. Additionally, 22.6% of all drug reports during the first part of 2013 referenced heroin. Washington drug rehab programs enrolled 5,297 individuals struggling with heroin addiction during 2013. This made up 15.8% of all Washington drug rehab admissions during that year. The largest age group to receive heroin addiction treatment in Washington during 2013 was between the ages of 21-25 years old (26% of all individuals receiving heroin addiction treatment). With the high number of young adults struggling with heroin addiction in Washington, concerns for resident's mortality are growing. An increase in the number of drug-caused deaths involving heroin have escalated from 32 deaths during the first part of 2011, up to 43 deaths in the first half of 2012, and then to 50 drug-caused deaths involving heroin during the first part of 2013.
Methamphetamine remains a problem in Washington. A majority of the meth in Washington is smuggled in from Mexico. However, local drug suppliers still operate clandestine meth labs throughout the state and in 2012 the Department of Ecology cleaned up 84 clandestine drug labs. These drug lab cleanups create a number of health hazards. Individuals residing in a meth lab or those designated to cleanup clandestine drug labs are prone to cancer as well as damage to their brain, liver and kidneys. During 2013, over 5,000 individuals enrolled in Washington drug rehab centers for meth addiction. This portion of Washington State drug rehab enrollments made up 15.3% of all treatment admissions that year. The largest age group to receive drug rehab treatment for meth addiction during 2013 in Washington was between the ages of 26-30 years old. As meth addiction remains a problem in Washington the number of drug-caused deaths involving methamphetamine rises. During the first half of 2013 there were 21 meth related deaths in Washington, up from 7 meth related deaths during the first part of 2011 in the state.
Washington State Drug Trends
- During 2013, over 8,000 individuals enrolled in Washington drug rehab programs for problems with alcohol and a secondary substance.
- The largest age group to receive treatment for alcohol and drug addiction in Washington during 2013 was between the ages of 12-17 years old (15.7% of all enrollments).
- Washington crime lab chemists noted the dangerous adulterant Levamisole in many samples claiming to be cocaine. This adulterant can cause neutropenia, agranulocytosis, arthralgias, retiform purpura and skin necrosis, fever and neutropenia.
- Between January and June 2013 Oxycodone drug related deaths exceeded Methadone drug-caused deaths.
- Marijuana is a prevalent drug threat in Washington causing 7,427 individuals to enroll in Washington drug rehab programs for marijuana addiction treatment during 2013.
- 53.2% of all marijuana addiction drug rehab enrollments in Washington State during 2013 were between the ages of 12-17 years old.
Drug Rehab in Washington State
Due to the alcohol and drug problem in Washington the State Legislature and Federal Government has increased access to drug rehabilitation programs for residents looking for treatment. The Federal Government gave over one-hundred and thirty million dollars in federal government grants to Washington State to handle the drug problem, diversify treatment options for residents and create successful inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs. Today, there are numerous options for residents struggling with substance addiction looking for rehabilitation services. The funding Washington State has received from the Federal Government has lead to an increase in residential and inpatient programs throughout the state. As the first choice in overcoming alcohol and drug addiction, long-term residential and inpatient drug rehab programs have the highest success rates due to:
- A supportive drug-free environment during recovery
- Safe withdrawal and detox services monitored by medical professionals
- Access to staff members around the clock to aid recovering individuals
- The length of time one remains in long-term drug rehab provides them with the ability to fully withdrawal, address their addiction and develop the skills necessary to remain clean and sober
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Drug Rehab and Treatment Facts Washington
- In 2004, 63.5% of those in addiction treatment located in Washington were male.
- 36.5% of the individuals in drug addiction treatment residing in Washington during 2004 were female.
- The largest age group admitted into to drug rehab during 2004 in Washington was between the ages of 41-45 (14%).
- The second largest age group attending drug rehabilitation in Washington during 2004 were between the ages of 36-40 (13.5%).
- 70.6% of the individuals in drug treatment located in Washington during 2004 were Caucasian.
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