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The price per gram of heroin is typically 8 to 10 times that of cocaine on US streets.[6] Generally in Europe (except the transit countries Portugal and the Netherlands), a purported gram of street Heroin, which is usually between 0.7 and 0.8 grams light to dark brown powder consisting of 5-10%, less commonly up to 20%, heroin base, is between 30 and 70 euros, which makes for an effective price of pure heroin per gram of between 300 and 2000 euros.
The percentage of the population aged 12 or older receiving substance use treatment within the past year remained stable between 2007 and 2008 and between 2002 and 2008 (1.6 percent in 2008, 1.6 percent in 2007, and 1.5 percent in 2002). Although the number of persons receiving substance use treatment within the past year remained stable between 2007 and 2008, the number increased between 2002 (3.5 million) and 2008 (4.0 million).
Treatment Outcomes among Clients Discharged from Residential Substance Abuse Treatment: 2005 SAMHSA's annual Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) provides data on completion rates by race, gender, primary substance of abuse, and type of residential treatment for those with discharge information provided by the States for their specialty substance abuse treatment facilities. In 2005, clients discharged from short-term residential treatment (30 days or less) were more likely to complete treatment than those discharged from long-term residential treatment (57% vs. 38%). Among short-term residential treatment discharges, a higher proportion of American Indian/Alaska Natives (63%) and Asian/Pacific Islanders (60%) completed treatment than Whites (57%), Blacks (55%), or Hispanics (52%). Clients who reported alcohol as their primary drug of abuse were more likely to complete treatment among residential short-term discharges (66%) and long-term discharges (46%) than those with other primary drugs of abuse. Discharged clients who reported stimulants as their primary drug of abuse were the least likely to complete short-term residential treatment (46%) and were almost as likely (19%) as those reporting opiates (21%) as their primary drug to drop out of short-term residential treatment. Treatment completion among clients discharged from long-term residential treatment was lowest among those reporting cocaine abuse (33%) or opiate abuse (35%) as their primary drug of abuse.
In 2008, the specific drug categories with the largest number of recent initiates among persons aged 12 or older were marijuana use (2.2 million) and nonmedical use of pain relievers (2.2 million), followed by nonmedical use of tranquilizers (1.1 million), Ecstasy (0.9 million), inhalants (0.7 million), cocaine (0.7 million), and stimulants (0.6 million).
 

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Day Treatment

Drug and alcohol day treatment offers recovering drug addicts flexible and effective treatment. This form of rehabilitation is based on a structured non-residential substance abuse treatment modality. Each person.s schedule is created around his or her individualized needs.

Drug and alcohol day treatment is a lesser known form of rehabilitation, but serves as a middle road between inpatient and outpatient rehab. Some day treatment programs operate seven and a half hours a day, six days a week. Others may operate five days a week, three hours a day, and include childcare. Drug and alcohol day treatment accommodates clients who need more than outpatient drug rehab but do not require the supervision and intensity of residential treatment or other types of inpatient rehab.

For those who require slightly less structure than a "live in" program, drug and alcohol day treatment may be the appropriate level of care. Clients attend groups during the day at treatment facilities. Day treatment programs often follow the same schedule as residential clients. However, they are free to return home at the end of the day unlike those attending residential treatment. This treatment modality provides structure and support while helping the client begin integrating back into his or her daily life.

Drug and alcohol day treatment is effective for addicts who need more guidance towards recovery with longer sessions and extended periods of support from groups and counselors. Generally, this kind of drug rehab is favored among those who have a safe, sober environment to return to at the end of the day. Many adults with a spouse and children opt for this kind of treatment because it will still allow them to be a part of family life before and after day treatment. While this is a valuable resource for recovery, it is not a good .fit. for all situations.


Nearby Listings For Westfield, Massachusetts

Arbour Substance Abuse Trt Program
Arbour Substance Abuse Trt Program is a drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility that is located at 49 Robinwood Avenue Jamaica Plain, MA 02130.You can contact Arbour Substance Abuse Trt Program by calling (617) 522-4400x204.
Types of ServicesDrug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Payment Structure & Forms Medicaid Assistance, Medicare Assistance, Armed Forces Insurance, Private Pay Health Insurance, Self Payments


Westwood Lodge Hospital
Westwood Lodge Hospital is an alcohol treatment and drug rehab program that is located at 45 Clapboardtree Street Westwood, MA 02090.You can contact Westwood Lodge Hospital by calling (781) 762-7764.
Types of ServicesDrug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Payment Structure & Forms Medicaid Assistance, Medicare Assistance, Armed Forces Insurance, Private Pay Health Insurance, Self Payments, Help with Payments


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