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Heroin is a very powerful opiate. It is among the most addictive substances out there. One of the reasons that it is so addictive - and so powerful - is that it acts so quickly. If you inject directly into your blood stream, you can feel the effects in less than eight seconds. Heroin can be smoked or sniffed, but the most popular delivery method is injection. Heroin is also highly dangerous, since it is processed from naturally occurring morphine. Additionally, heroin is usually mixed with other substances, making it even more dangerous.
In 2009, the average age of marijuana initiates among persons aged 12 to 49 was 17.0 years, significantly lower than the average age of marijuana initiates in 2008 (17.8 years), but similar to that in 2002 (17.0 years).
Slightly more than half of Americans aged 12 or older reported being current drinkers of alcohol in the 2008 survey (51.6 percent). This translates to an estimated 129.0 million people, which is similar to the 2007 estimate of 126.8 million people (51.1 percent).
Alcohol Treatment: Need, Utilization, and Barriers Based on SAMHSA's 2007 National Survey on Drug Use & Health, 7.8% (19.3 million) persons aged 12 or older needed treatment for their alcohol problem in the past year. The majority of those who needed alcohol treatment either did not perceive the need for treatment or did not receive it. Of those who needed alcohol treatment in the past year, 8.1% received treatment at a specialty treatment facility, 4.5% did not receive treatment but felt they needed it, and 87.4% neither received nor perceived a need for alcohol treatment. Among those who did not receive alcohol treatment but felt they needed it, only 27.9% actually made an effort to get treatment in the past year. Combined data from SAMHSA's 2004 to 2007 National Surveys on Drug Use & Health were used to determine reasons for not receiving alcohol treatment. The most common reasons given for not receiving alcohol treatment among those who felt the need for it were: 42% were not ready to stop using alcohol and 34.5% had cost or insurance barriers.
 

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Drug Rehab Programs For Criminal Justice Clients

Often criminal justice clients are involved in some form of substance abuse. Providing effective addiction treatment to criminal justice clients with substance abuse issues can present special challenges because of the complexity and severity of the biopsychosocial problems which frequently accompany their addiction.

Fortunately, drug rehabilitation is sometimes part of the criminal justice system. People convicted of minor drug offenses may be sentenced to a drug treatment program as an alternative to jail or prison.


Nearby Listings For Fairfield, Iowa

Cornerstone Recovery Center
Cornerstone Recovery Center is a drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility that is located at 501 SW Ankeny Road Ankeny, IA 50023.You can contact Cornerstone Recovery Center by calling (515) 289-2272x213.
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Prairie Ridge
Prairie Ridge is an alcohol rehab and drug treatment program that is located at 320 North Eisenhower Avenue P.O. Box 1338 Mason City, IA 50402.You can contact Prairie Ridge by calling (641) 424-2391.
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Cornerstone Recovery
Cornerstone Recovery is an alcohol addiction treatment and drug rehabilitation center that is located at 1111 University Avenue Des Moines, IA 50314.You can contact Cornerstone Recovery by calling (515) 288-1981.
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