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West Virginia Drug Rehab Directory

If you are suffering from addiction and/or alcoholism in West Virginia, Recovery Hub can help you find the right drug rehab today! WV may have the oldest population of any state, but it is its younger population that bears the brunt of drug addiction. The state ranks among the top fifth tier of drug problems among young adults (those aged 18-25), specifically for: cocaine use in the past year, use of any illicit drugs other than marijuana, and overall drug dependence.

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3000

people died in West Virginia from illicit and prescription drug abuse and overdoses last year

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97,000

of West Virginia residents have reportedly turned to addiction treatment and rehab centers last year

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62%

of people with a diagnosed mental illness, have some type of substance addiction or abuse issue

Drug Addiction in West Virginia

The number one drug problem in West Virginia is opiate painkillers, such as Oxycontin, Percocet, and Vicodin. Methadone, which is traditionally used to wean off opiate addiction, is also being diverted and abused. In 2010, 1,600 of WV’s primary admissions into drug rehab were for painkillers alone. This is more than admissions for every single other drug combined, including marijuana, cocaine, heroin and others.

As people from West Virginia know, addiction comes at a heavy price. At 22.4 deaths per 100,000 people, WV’s drug mortality rate is nearly twice that of the national average! Overdoses have especially hit hard in former coal counties such as McDowell. This county’s rate of 38.3 per 100,000 people gives it the fifth highest rate of drug-induced deaths in the entire country.

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Find a Drug Rehab in West Virginia

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 West Virginia. Give us a call at 304-403-3404 to get help right away. We understand how addiction affects families and loves ones. We are here answer any of your questions.

West Virginia has by far one of the nation's highest number of illicit and prescription overdose deaths, according to the Center for Disease Control

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