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Indiana Drug Rehab Directory

If you are suffering from addiction and/or alcoholism in Indiana, Recovery Hub can help you find the right drug rehab today! This state has some of the highest rates for using marijuana, cocaine and heroin, to say nothing of the meth problem it is experiencing. As Hoosiers know well, rampant drug addiction comes at great cost, including overdose and death. Indiana not only has more deaths by drugs than guns, but also a higher drug mortality rate than the national average!

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100,000

adults across the state, are in need of some sort of drug abuse treatment and have not received help

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78%

of all employees across the state, have dealt with prescription drug abuse reported last year alone

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80%

of all reported HIV and AIDs cases in the state, users typically have had a history of IV drug use

Drug Addiction in Indiana

The #1 drug in Indiana continues to be marijuana. Just below 50% of illicit drug use and a 33% of admissions into Indiana’s rehab centers can be attributed to smoking weed. Also, pharmaceutical drugs such as painkillers, sleep medications, and stimulants are quickly becoming an area of concern.

The manufacture, sale, and use of methamphetamine also continues to plague the Hoosier State. Behind marijuana, stimulants (including meth) are the 2nd most frequently cited reason for seeking drug rehabs. Indiana also ranks among the top 10 worst states for meth production. Every year, law enforcement authorities discover and shut down thousands of meth labs. Indiana saw over 1,400 meth labs seized in 2013 alone.

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Find a Drug Rehab in Indiana

Give us a call today to speak to someone about your drug problem and we will do our best to place you in the best drug and alcohol rehab in Indiana. Give us a call at 317-975-1330 to get help right away. We understand how addiction affects families and loves ones. We are here answer any of your questions.

Indiana doctors were reported to have written well over 11 million prescriptions for controlled drugs, more than five million of which were for painkillers alone

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