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Connecticut

Over the past 20 years, heroin and crack cocaine have become a big problem in Connecticut. The state has become a transit point for drugs from New York to the rest of the East Coast and Canada.

Cocaine enters the state from New York City. Most users in Connecticut use crack cocaine because it is readily available and cheaper than powder cocaine. Heroin rivals cocaine because of its easy accessibility, strength and affordability.

Methamphetamine use is increasing in Connecticut. Rave parties have contributed to the upswing in methamphetamine use and abuse.

Club drugs come into Connecticut from New York City. MDMA has become a problem for law enforcement in Connecticut. It has become common among high school and college students. Club drugs are cheap ($20-30 per tablet) and used at club parties.

Prescription drug abuse is a growing problem. Oxycodone, Ritalin, Xanax and Diazepam are among the most abused prescription medications in Connecticut.

 

For Immediate Help Call
(860) 973-2355
24 hours a day

 

For more information on state-funded treatment in Connecticut
Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services at
www.ct.gov/DMHAS,
 
410 Capitol Avenue, P.O. Box 341431,
Hartford, Connecticut 06134,
860-418-7000 
or Toll free 800-446-7348

Alcoholics Anonymous

Bridgeport 203-333-5804
Danbury 203-825-5410
Greenwich 203-869-5221
Hartford 860-282-5924
New London 860-447-2190
Torrington 866-231-6760
Waterbury 203-755-2124

Narcotics Anonymous

800-627-3542

 

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