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Located in the majestic Northwest Territory along the Canadian border, Alaska is the largest state in the United States.
Although the state is the fourth least populated state in the country, Alaska is not without its substance abuse problems. Alcoholism runs rampant throughout the state and abuse of cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine, and prescription drugs is common.
If you’re an Alaskan resident who is struggling with alcoholism or drug abuse, recovery is possible. To receive effective treatment at our top-rated drug and alcohol rehab, call us today at (877) 904-1410. Our admissions counselors are available to help 24/7.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab
The Treatment Center is a top-rated addiction treatment facility, accredited by the Joint Commission. Our board-certified medical staff and licensed therapists have decades of experience treating patients for drug abuse and alcoholism.
Our patients’ health is our primary concern. When patients come to us battered and broken down, our mission is to restore hope in each person who walks in and out of our doors.
We address each patient’s needs with individualized treatment. We provide a variety of evidence-based therapies and services including:
• Medically safe drug and alcohol detox
• Individual counseling
• Group therapy
• Dual diagnosis treatment
• Faith-based treatment
• 12-step programs
• Court Liaison Program
• Relapse prevention
• Holistic therapies
• Pain management program
• Inpatient treatment
• Outpatient programs
• 24-hour alumni support
Our patients get the proper treatment they need to thrive in recovery. As a premier treatment facility, we provide compassionate, quality care with 24-hour attention and support.
If you or someone you know is seeking an effective drug and alcohol rehab, please contact us immediately at (877) 904-1410. Our admissions counselors are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Substance Abuse in Alaska
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, Alaska ranked as one of the top ten states for illicit drug use in the country. Approximately 16,951 Alaskans have a serious substance use disorder and 42.8 percent of these residents are in the low-income range.
Alaska is home to 229 American Indian and Native American tribes sprawled throughout rural villages. Within these communities, there is an alarmingly high rate of poverty, violence, suicide, alcoholism and drug abuse.
Approximately 14 percent of Alaskans reported illicit drug use in the past month, above the national average of 8.82 percent.
Trending Drug Use
Alcoholism is an epidemic throughout rural and urban areas in Alaska, and it’s often linked to violence and suicide. In 2013, there were many accident-related deaths due to alcohol and at least 214 charges and arrests due to alcohol consumption.
Alcoholism is so prevalent in Alaska, that a normal $50 bottle of liquor can easily sell for $150- $300 a bottle in some counties such as Bethel, Kotzebue and Barrow. While there are efforts to try to curb alcohol use through policy change, alcoholism remains high.
Marijuana abuse is very common in the state. Alaska is a marijuana exporting state because of its extremely high quality. The state is known for its ample supply of “BC Bud”, which is commonly trafficked from British Columbia, Canada. Synthetic marijuana, which is a mixture of psychoactive drugs and chemical substances, is often sold online and in smoke shops as incense or herbs.
Prescription Drug Abuse
Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic in the United States, and it’s a never-ending problem in Alaska. Opiates or painkillers such as OxyContin/oxycodone and hydrocodone are the most commonly abused drugs.
Due to the rising prices and the higher street value of the drugs, there has recently been an uptick in violence, robberies, prescription fraud, and pharmacy robberies.
Since prescription pills are more of a hassle to obtain and they are more expensive, heroin has become the drug of choice for many addicts. Heroin is cheaper and more potent than prescription drugs and it’s widely accessible throughout Alaska.
Meth seizures went from 2,282 kilos to 10,000 kilos in a four-year period from 2008 to 2012. The “One Pot” or “Shake and Bake” method of crystal meth production is fueling the meth addiction in the state. This homemade method usually consists of an empty plastic water bottle that contains all the toxic chemicals to make crystal meth. This has consequently lead to more meth lab explosions and fires.
There is still a very high demand for cocaine in Alaska. It continues to be a very lucrative drug that is widely trafficked through the international airport, post offices, and courier vehicles.
Recover and Restore Hope Today
Recovery is possible. If you or someone you know is addicted to drugs and alcohol, then now is the time to quit. At The Treatment Center, our dedicated staff will help you thrive in recovery.
Here, we don’t just treat your addiction, we restore the mind, body and spirit. We get down to the root of your addiction and help you smoothly transition on the road to recovery.
To find out how you can receive effective treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, call us today at (877) 904-1410. We are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
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