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A majority of youths aged 12 to 17 (90.5 percent) in 2009 reported that their parents would strongly disapprove of their trying marijuana or hashish once or twice. Current marijuana use was much less prevalent among youths who perceived strong parental disapproval for trying marijuana or hashish once or twice than for those who did not (4.8 vs. 31.3 percent).
Of those aged 12 or older who had not smoked cigarettes prior to the past year, the past year initiation rate for cigarettes was 2.7 percent in 2008, similar to the rate in 2007 (2.5 percent). Among youths aged 12 to 17 years who had not smoked cigarettes prior to the past year, the incidence rate showed no significant difference between 2007 (5.9 percent) and 2008 (6.2 percent). Among males aged 12 to 17 who had never smoked prior to the past year, the decrease in the past year initiation rate from 6.1 percent in 2002 to 5.7 percent in 2008 was not statistically significant. Similarly for females, the decrease from 7.4 percent in 2002 to 6.7 percent in 2008 was not statistically significant.
Among youths aged 12 to 17, the types of drugs used in the past month varied by age group. Among 12 or 13 year olds, 1.5 percent used prescription-type drugs nonmedically, 1.2 percent used inhalants, and 1.0 percent used marijuana. Among 14 or 15 year olds, marijuana was the most commonly used drug (5.7 percent), followed by prescription-type drugs used nonmedically (3.0 percent), inhalants (1.3 percent), and hallucinogens (1.0 percent). Marijuana also was the most commonly used drug among 16 or 17 year olds (12.7 percent); it was followed by prescription-type drugs used nonmedically (4.0 percent), hallucinogens (1.6 percent), cocaine (0.7 percent), and inhalants (0.7 percent).
 

Drug Rehab and treatment centers Information Fairfield, Iowa

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Drug Treatment Programs That Accept Medicare

Iowa Medicare insurance pays for substance abuse treatment in Iowa for people 65 or older with addiction problems that qualify for Medicare.
Many elderly drug abusers arrive at a drug rehab center program only after their addiction has wrecked everything good they ever had in their lives. Without any money in the pocket and with no support from friends and family, it can be extremely difficult to pay for a drug rehab program. In this case an effective course of action if you are 65 or older would be through the use of Medicare, chances are you would be able to get the treatment that you need through the Medicare system.


Nearby Listings For Fairfield, Iowa

Lucas County Health Center
Lucas County Health Center is a drug addiction treatment and alcohol rehabilitation program that is located at 1200 North 7th Street Chariton, IA 50049.You can contact Lucas County Health Center by calling (641) 774-3370.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsMedicare Assistance


Covenant Medical Center Horizons
Covenant Medical Center Horizons is a drug treatment and alcoholism treatment facility that is located at 2101 Kimball Avenue Waterloo, IA 50702.You can contact Covenant Medical Center Horizons by calling (319) 272-2650.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab
Payment Structure & FormsMedicare Assistance


Heartland Family Service
Heartland Family Service is a drug treatment and alcoholism treatment program that is located at 515 East Broadway Council Bluffs, IA 51503.You can contact Heartland Family Service by calling (712) 322-1407.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Services for Children, Hearing Impaired Clients, Spanish Speaking
Payment Structure & FormsMedicare Assistance


IA Lutheran Hospital
IA Lutheran Hospital is an alcohol treatment and drug rehab program that is located at 700 East University 4th Floor Des Moines, IA 50316.You can contact IA Lutheran Hospital by calling (515) 263-2424.
Types of Services Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Hospital Inpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, Women, Men
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Gilbert Alber PC
Gilbert Alber PC is a drug treatment and alcoholism treatment program that is located at 218 North Elm Street Cresco, IA 52136.You can contact Gilbert Alber PC by calling (563) 547-1779.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, DUI Offenders
Payment Structure & FormsMedicare Assistance


Great River Medical Center
Great River Medical Center is a drug addiction treatment and alcohol rehab program that is located at 1221 South Gear Avenue West Burlington, IA 52655.You can contact Great River Medical Center by calling (319) 768-3725.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Services for Children, DUI Offenders
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Manning Regional Healthcare Center
Manning Regional Healthcare Center is an alcohol addiction treatment and drug rehabilitation program that is located at 410 Main Street Manning, IA 51455.You can contact Manning Regional Healthcare Center by calling (712) 655-2300x350.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Residential Long-Term Rehab, Hospital Inpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, HIV - AIDS, Gay and Lesbian, Adults Over 50, Women, Men, DUI Offenders
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