Alcoholism destroys many lives, but Wyoming drug rehab can help.
Statistics from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reveal why Wyomingites should pay attention:
- South-central Wyoming ranks first among all regions of the nation when it comes to alcohol dependence and abuse. In Albany and Carbon counties, the rate of past-year alcoholismis an astounding 13.5% — more than 1-in-8 Wyoming residents are hooked on the bottle.
- Wyoming’s statewide rate of alcoholism — 9.37% — is considerably higher than the national average of 7.66%.
- Fremont, Sublette and Teton counties are also experiencing some of Wyoming’s worst alcohol abuse, with past-year alcoholism rates of nearly 10%.
About 80 Wyomingites die each year in alcohol-related car crashes, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Other deaths caused by alcohol include those who die from alcohol-related heart disease, gastrointestinal problems or decreased blood cell production.
Wyoming drug rehab creates positive results.
Each year, the Wyoming Department of Health surveys Wyoming drug rehab clients:
- The level of compassion and emotional support received from drug rehab centerstaff is stellar — more than 90% of respondents said “staff here believe I can grow, change, and recover.”
- Three-quarters of respondents said, “my symptoms are not bothering me as much” after treatment, and sizable majorities reported improved relations with their boss at work or teachers at school. Most said their housing situation has improved as well.
- Rehab clients are referred to support groups and other positive influences after discharge — referrals that make a clear difference. About 86% of survey respondents said “I have friends who are clean and sober,” while 89% said “I know people I can call when I need help right away.”
The life you want is a phone call away. Call American Addiction Centers today at 877-417-6237.
All across Wyoming, there’s a drug rehab close.
Our priority is making your search for a drug rehab in Wyoming as easy and stress-free as possible. We make offer a wide range of locations all across The Equality State, and our network includes facilities located in or near all of Wyoming’s 10 largest cities:
- Cheyenne (pop. 55,731)
- Casper (pop. 51,738)
- Laramie (pop. 26,050)
- Gillette (pop. 22,685)
- Rock Springs (pop. 18,772)
- Sheridan (pop. 16,333)
- Green River (pop. 11,787)
- Evanston (pop. 11,459)
- Riverton (pop. 9,430)
- Cody (pop. 9,100)
Meth addiction is an epidemic in Wyoming.
In recent years, meth addiction has exploded in Wyoming — shattering families, sparking a surge in meth-related arrests and even harming the environment in The Equality State through the toxic runoff associated with clandestine meth labs. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has gone as far as to classify methamphetamine as “the most serious drug threat in Wyoming.” Meth addicts are prone to violent, erratic behavior, which frequently leads meth users to run afoul of the law. According to the Office of National Drug Control Policy, more than half (52.4%) of the federal drug arrests in Wyoming in 2006 involved meth.
In the city of Cheyenne, the rise of meth can quite easily be seen through the annual crime statistics. Meth addiction accounted for 18% of Cheyenne’s drug-related arrests in 1993, 58 percent of drug arrests in 1998, and by 1999 was responsible for a staggering 80% of all drug offenses.
If you or your loved one is hooked on meth, seek help now. Over time, this drug takes over lives, and leaves a trail of destruction. With the help of substance abuse treatment, meth addicts have been able to overcome this sinister drug. Wyoming drug rehab even offers special medications that can make the difficult meth detox period much easier — and in some cases, detox symptoms can be completely eliminated.
Many teens need drug rehab in Wyoming.
Statistics from the Office of National Drug Control Policy reveal the seriousness of this problem:
- About 46% of Wyoming 12thgraders report smoking marijuana at least once in their lifetime.
- Nearly 12% of Wyoming 12thgraders have tried cocaine.
- Nearly 10% of Wyoming 12thgraders have tried methamphetamine.
- Nearly 17% of Wyoming 12th graders have abused inhalants.
If you suspect your son or daughter is suffering from drug addiction or alcoholism, confront the issue head-on. It may be the greatest gift you ever give. And for clients of other ages, American Addiction Centers offers a variety of specialized programs, from holistic drug rehab to Christian drug rehab. Call us today at 877-417-6237.
No matter your insurance, be it Cigna, Aetna, Humana, Blue Cross / Blue Shield (BCBS), Assurant, Unicare, United Health Care, Anthem, Carefirst, Asuris Northwest Health, Golden Rule, Celtic Insurance, Fortis, Health Net, Kaiser, Vista, Shelter, Wellpoint, Tri Care, Accordia or even Medicare, and state insurance – we can help you find what you need in your state. We also offer many affordable self pay options for addiction treatment in Wyoming.