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Arkansas

Arkansas’s borders hold within them caverns, lakes, rivers and national parks. Additionally, an extensive variety of live entertainment and attractions are found in the state.

Unfortunately, the “Natural State” also struggles with prescription drug addiction, meth abuse and alcoholism. Today, a number of Arkansas residents face these and many other drug issues.

Are you or a loved one affected by the powerful disease of addiction? Contact us now at (501) 764-3123 to find refuge at our drug and alcohol rehab facility. An admissions counselor is available to take your call 24/7.

What Is The Treatment Center?

We are an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility that is situated in a secure location. Our addiction specialists provide unrivaled care and compassion to each Arkansas patient we treat. 

Because of our high quality of treatment and compliance with The Joint Commission’s standards, they have awarded us the Gold Seal of Approval.

What We Treat

At The Treatment Center, our board-certified doctors, clinical therapists and licensed psychologists treat Arkansas residents who abuse:

• Alcohol 

• Prescription drugs

• Meth and other stimulants

• Marijuana

• Heroin

• Cocaine (powdered and crack)

• Club drugs (e.g. “Molly,” “roofies,” and ketamine)

• Synthetic drugs (e.g. K2, Spice, N-bomb and bath salts)

• Inhalants (e.g. “whippets” and “poppers”)

 

The Treatment Center understands that simultaneously treating co-occurring disorders is critical to recovery. That is why we also offer dual diagnosis treatment. 

At a separate drug treatment center, teens can recover from substance abuse and mental illness.

Call us today at (501) 764-3123 to learn more about the conditions we treat. We will gladly answer any questions you may have 24/7/365. 

All-inclusive Treatment Plans

Addiction affects every part of a person — mind, body and spirit. That is why our all-inclusive treatment plans address each patient’s specific needs.

Arkansas residents can recover from addiction by completing one of our treatment plans. Each individualized plan is made up of the following therapies, programs and services:

• Medically supervised detox

• One-on-one therapy

• Group therapy

• Faith-based treatment

• 12-step programs

• Treatment for dual diagnosis (i.e. co-occurring disorders)

• Family workshops

• Holistic treatment (e.g. acupuncture, massage therapy, laser therapy)

• Legal liaison services

• Basic life skills

• 24/7 compassionate care

• Relapse prevention

• Aftercare services

Are you ready to start drug and alcohol treatment? Call us now at (501) 764-3123. Our admissions counselors are available to discuss treatment options with you 24 hours a day.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Arkansas

Those who struggle with addiction in Arkansas likely abuse one or more of the following substances:

Marijuana and Alcohol

Marijuana is the most widely abused illegal drug in the state of Arkansas. In 2011, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) showed that 227,000 Arkansas residents ages 12 and older used marijuana in the past year. 

Alcohol is the most abused legal drug in Arkansas. Approximately 494,000 individuals ages 12 and older reported past-month binge drinking. 

Meth and Other Stimulants

 In 2010, stimulants were the second most cited illicit drug among individuals who entered Arkansas rehab centers. 

In just a two-year period, from 2007 to 2009, meth lab seizures increased by nearly half, according to the El Paso Intelligence Center’s National Seizure System (EPIC-NSS). Fortunately, the ban on ephedrine and restrictions placed on cough and cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine have decreased the number of labs in the state.  

Prescription Drugs 

Arkansas had some of the highest rates of non-medical prescription pain medication use in 2007 among individuals ages 12 and older. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), nearly 400 Arkansas residents died from a prescription drug overdose in 2010.  

In the last few years, rates of prescription drug abuse have declined due to the increased implementation of drug take-back programs in Arkansas. These programs allow individuals to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs, thus making a large part of the illicit supply unavailable for recirculation. 

Heroin 

According to the Arkansas State Health Department, the number of recorded heroin overdose deaths was 27 from 2000 to 2012. As of February 2014, there have been 6 heroin-related deaths in Arkansas. Numbers are expected to rise as those suffering from prescription drug addiction turn to heroin as a cheaper, more obtainable substitute.  

Whether you need help overcoming prescription drug addiction, meth abuse or any other substance use disorder, The Treatment Center can assist you. 

Life After Addiction

At The Treatment Center, we believe in your ability to overcome addiction and start a new life. We will be by your side every step of the way as you learn how to enjoy a drug- and alcohol-free life. 

For a free and confidential consultation, call us today at (501) 764-3123. Our helpful admissions counselors are here to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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