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Located in the Rust Belt, Youngstown is one of the largest cities in Ohio. After the steel industry declined in the 1970’s, the population has been dwindling.
Although the population is decreasing, illegal drugs are still prevalent in the Youngstown region.
Youngstown residents that are suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction can receive help at The Treatment Center.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Ohioans
At The Treatment Center, we are dedicated to helping Ohioans recover from their addictions. Research has proven that in order for treatment to be successful an individual’s needs must be attended to. We create a personalized treatment for every patient based off their background, needs and goals. Listed below are some of the services and therapies that may be included in a patient’s treatment plan:
- Medically supervised detox
- Individual counseling
- Group therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- 12 step programs
- Relapse prevention
- Chronic pain management
- Family systems workshops
- Addiction counseling
- Court liaison services
- 24 hour Alumni support
Our comprehensive treatment plans treat the physical, emotional and spiritual sides of addiction.
We have a team of doctors, nurses, psychiatrists and licensed therapists that are experienced in the field of addiction.
For additional information about our drug and alcohol treatments, call us at
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Drug Abuse in Youngstown, Ohio
Treatment professionals are reporting that the following drugs are common on Youngstown streets:
- Prescription Painkillers
While these drugs are highly available in the Youngstown metropolitan area, residents are also abusing other substances such as Ecstasy, synthetic marijuana and hallucinogens.
Youngstown has been hit hard by prescription drug abuse. Many residents have become addicted to prescription painkillers such as Opana, oxycodone, Roxycodone and Ultram. The Mahoing County Coroner’s Office reports that prescription painkillers were present in over 75 percent of drug-related deaths.
Cocaine is highly available in the Youngstown area. While people of all ages abuse powdered cocaine, the drug is often used by affluent residents. Cocaine users typically take the drug with alcohol, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine.
One of the most popular drugs in the Youngstown region is heroin. According to law enforcement officials, heroin is their biggest drug problem. A large number of drug overdoses and drug-related deaths have been attributed to heroin.
Another drug that is highly available in the Youngstown metropolitan area is crack cocaine. Although there has been a decrease in crack use, the drug is still being abused by many residents. Crack users often take the drug in combination with heroin, alcohol, marijuana and sedatives.
People in Youngstown frequently abuse marijuana. According to the Mahoing County Coroner’s Office, marijuana is present in 11 percent of drug-related deaths. Oftentimes, marijuana users take the drug in combination with crack, heroin, prescription opioids and alcohol.
Suboxone, a prescription medication that is used to treat opiate addiction, is often abused by people in the Youngstown region. The drug is often abused by young heroin users. Youngstown residents often obtain the drug from street dealers.
Many people in the Youngstown area are being treated for alcohol addiction. Alcohol is the drug of choice for many young adults. Caffeinated alcoholic beverages have become popular among adults between the ages of 18-25.
If you or a loved one has become addicted to any of the substances above, call The Treatment Center immediately at
Rebuild Your Life Today
Millions of people in the United States are struggling with substance abuse. Unfortunately, only 10 percent of people addicted to illicit drugs or alcohol receive treatment.
If your addiction to alcohol or drugs is controlling your life, contact The Treatment Center immediately. Our addiction counselors can help you rebuild your life without mind altering substances. With the assistance of our staff, you can achieve sobriety.
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