Louisiana Drug Rehabilitation & Alcohol Treatment Centers
There are thousands of treatment centers across the United States and taking on the task of finding a treatment center that is the perfect fit is an overwhelming task. We are here to help you find the best treatment center to help give you or your loved one a better chance of long-term sobriety. We deal many different types of treatment programs to help fit your needs, such as 12 Step programs, Holistic programs, Christian-based programs, and more.
There are many drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Louisiana and many are excellent treatment centers. However, we have discovered that not only does reaching out across state borders help find you the perfect fit, it also helps increase your chance of remaining sober once you are out of treatment. Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation service can help you analyze your treatment center options and find treatment in Louisiana or elsewhere.
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The major drug of choice in Louisiana is powdered cocaine or crack cocaine. With the exception of New Orleans, heroin doesn’t seem to be a threat to the state as yet.
There is also widespread use of marijuana in the state and most of it is smuggled in from Mexico but there is a considerable crop of locally grown marijuana available as well. Most people do not think that marijuana is a dangerous drug but it is often the first stepping stone to harder and extremely dangerous street drugs or even prescription medications.
In fact, many are describing the increase in the use of Oxycodone as being at epidemic levels. Being an opiate like heroin, it is important to have a monitored medical detox and can be very dangerous to try to detox on your own. Though some treatment centers have an in-house detox program, most do not, Sober Solutions can coordinate the levels or treatment needed in order to give one the safest and most effective rehabilitation as possible.
Methamphetamine is also growing in use. This seems to be used at Rave parties among the young college age kids.