Vermont Alcohol & Drug Treatment
There are many drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Vermont 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. We deal with many different types of treatment programs to help fit your needs, such as 12 Step programs, Holistic programs, Christian-based programs, and more. Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation service can help you analyze your treatment center options and find treatment in Vermont or elsewhere.
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Because the number of drug abusers compared to the number of facilities available in Vermont, there is a woeful lack of space in the inpatient programs. Unfortunately, many people have to opt for outpatient services when they are really in need of the more in-depth treatment that inpatient facilities have to offer.
In 2003, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported that 7.7% of the total population of Vermont showed alcohol dependence and abuse over the previous year. 61% of the people over the age of 25 had reported using alcohol over the previous month.
Cocaine in its powder form is available all over the state of Vermont while crack cocaine seems to be limited to the urban areas.
As in other states, marijuana is the most frequently abused drug in Vermont. There is some locally cultivated marijuana available but most of it is delivered to Vermont from Mexico with a smaller quantity of high-quality Canadian BC Bud. Many people do not think that marijuana is dangerous. Its danger lies in the fact that it is often the first stepping stone to the abuse of harder and more dangerous and addictive drugs. Most addicts admit to beginning their drug experimentation with the use of marijuana.
Fortunately, Methamphetamine is not being produced or abused significantly in Vermont at this time. However, its abuse is increasing at a steady and fast pace. Methamphetamine use over a prolonged period of time can cause permanent brain damage and if you or a loved one is addicted to meth, it is very important to get into treatment as soon as possible.
Oxycontin is the most widely abused pharmaceutical drug in the state. In fact, it has been such a big threat that the state welfare program stopped funding Oxycontin prescriptions.
The increasing availability of heroin has made it a significant drug threat to Vermont. The number of heroin abusers has increased dramatically. Like Oxycontin, heroin is an opiate. Anyone addicted to an opiate needs a medically supervised detox before entering into a treatment program. While there are a few facilities that have a detox program on their premises, most do not. Sober Solutions can help you coordinate the different levels of treatment so that you receive the safest and most effective treatment available.
There are not many drug or alcohol rehabs in the state of Vermont. An out-of-state treatment is normally the most effective for residents of Vermont. Let us assist you in finding the ideal drug or alcohol rehab treatment center available.