Nebraska Alcohol Treatment & Drug Rehab
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 Nebraska 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 Nebraska or elsewhere.
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Excluding residents under the age of twelve, over half of the population in Nebraska admits to using alcohol. In the 16-25-year-old, the percentage is 68% and 38% of those admitted to having five or more drinks at least once or twice per week.
Crack cocaine seems to be mostly limited to the larger cities in Nebraska but powder cocaine is available statewide.
The most widely used and abused drug in the state is marijuana. Most are shipped via Mexico but there are a lot of locally cultivated crops as well. In the year 2000, Nebraska Bill 273 was passed which allowed for the legal production of hemp. This bill allowed no more than 3/10th of one percent THC. Many people believe that marijuana is not a dangerous drug and scoff at its designation as an illegal drug. But in most cases of addiction to harder drugs, marijuana was the first stepping stone.
Methamphetamine, as in most other states, is of great concern to the population and law enforcement in Nebraska. Most of it is produced across state lines but there is locally produced methamphetamine available as well. Long time use of methamphetamine can cause permanent damage to the brain and the sooner treatment for its addiction is found, the better.
An increasing threat within the borders of Nebraska is the abuse of prescription drugs such as Oxycontin, codeine, diazepam, methadone, and others. Most prescription drugs are opiates (as is Heroin – a drug whose use seems to be on the decline in Nebraska) and as such, those addicted need a medically supervised detox before beginning treatment. Some facilities have a detox program on their premises but most do not. Sober Solutions can help you to coordinate the various phases of treatment in order to give you the safest and most effective treatment as is possible.