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Wyoming Drug Rehab Directory

If you are suffering from addiction and/or alcoholism in Wyoming, Recovery Hub can help you find the right drug rehab today! Many states struggle with drugs and alcohol for different reasons, and Wyoming certainly has its reasons. Its location provides a market for Mexican drug cartels, the crime and the drugs that they bring. The rural landscape also subjects WY to meth production and trafficking, like many other states in the Midwest.

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23%

of alcohol sold in the state of Wyoming, was sold to underage drinkers from 2006 to 2008

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6,072

admissions in Wyoming treatment and rehab facilities are reportedly for marijuana addiction and abuse

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83%

rise statewide in numbers of admissions into treatment and rehab centers for meth addiction and abuse

Drug Addiction in Wyoming

The main drug problem in Wyoming is marijuana addiction. Of the estimated 39,000 drug users here, marijuana accounts for about 57%. It also makes up almost half of WY’s primary admissions into drug rehabs. Stimulants, primarily meth amphetamine (a.k.a. “meth”, “crank”, “crystal”) are the second most abused drug. They are followed by “other opiates” (i.e. prescription painkiller addiction), cocaine, and heroin.

Marijuana poses a particular danger to Wyoming drug users, especially teens and young adults. The state has the highest rate of major depressive episodes among adolescents (ages 12 – 17). Depression and other psychological conditions make drug users more likely to use marijuana for self-medication, rather than recreational use or partying. This not only makes depression worse, but it also leads down the path of substance abuse and addiction.

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Find a Drug Rehab in Wyoming

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 Wyoming. Give us a call at 307-264-3080 to get help right away. We understand how addiction affects families and loves ones. We are here answer any of your questions.

Albany County, Wyoming is currently the capital for both meth and alcohol addiction rates across the entire state and predicted only to rise

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