Drug Rehab Needed to Help Lower Georgia’s Crime Rate
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What are the Odds in Georgia?
One in twelve Georgia residents (ages 12 and over) used an illicit drug last month
Three out of four male arrestees in Atlanta test positive for illicit drugs
Heroin is used by one out of every six youths in juvenile systems
24% of school expulsions are alcohol and illicit drug related
One in three federally sentenced defendants in Georgia have committed a drug offense
In the last 30 years Georgia has seen its crime level grow a staggering 1,113%. Atlanta alone has seen a decrease of 70,000 in its population and yet the number of murders has tripled, the number of rapes has increased tenfold and robberies are now seventeen times higher.
Sadly, crime has reached such levels that today eight out of ten residents will tell you they expect to become victims of violent crime at least once in their lives.
But do you know why crime has reached the levels it has in Georgia? It’s illicit drug abuse.
Illicit drug use increases the odds of committing a crime six fold.
Georgia’s top five drugs are:
They have become so cheap and easy to obtain that the number of kids using them today is overwhelming, and the age at which they start has become younger and younger.
One out of every five high school students uses marijuana on a regular basis and one out of every ten high school students has used marijuana before the age of 13. One out of eight adolescents ages 12-17 used an illicit drug last month. One out of three students were offered, sold, or given an illicit drug on school property last year. One in three teens will tell you that they can buy marijuana within a day and one in six can buy it within an hour.
There is a relationship between illicit drug use and crime. When you look at the number of individuals now using drugs to get high, it’s easy to see why crime rates have gone through the roof.
If you have a problem with illegal drugs of any kind, contact Drug Rehab Referral.
We can help you find the drug rehab program that’s right for you.
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What about prescription drug addiction and abuse?
It’s true that illegal drugs aren’t Georgia’s only problem. Prescription drug addiction and abuse are also becoming a major problem – just as they are in the rest of the U.S.
The most sought after prescription drugs in Georgia are Valium, Xanax, Dilaudid, Demerol and OxyContin. Getting off these drugs is not easy. In fact, it often requires more than drug rehab – many prescription drug users have to go through medical withdrawal before they can even start rehab.
It’s also easy to become physically dependent on them: Even if you’re not addicted, the physical craving for these drugs can become so strong that you’re out looking for the drug long after your prescription has run out.
This, too, leads to crime.
It doesn’t matter if you have a drug dependency problem or a drug addiction, you could benefit from a prescription drug detox. If you’re also addicted, you may need to follow it up with drug rehab.
Millions of Americans have problems with prescription drugs.
If you are taking prescription drugs and would like to be free of them
call us to help you find good medical drug detox program and drug rehab
Call us now at 1-855-895-2090
Can you help someone with an alcohol addiction problem?
Yes. If you are a heavy drinker and would like to stop, we can help you get started with alcohol detox and, if you need it, alcohol rehab.
Alcohol and drug abuse doesn’t have to continue – whether you’re drinking or taking drugs, and whether the drugs are illegal or you’ve developed an addiction to or dependency on prescription prescription drugs, we can help you get off them. And we can make our neighborhoods safe again.
Education goes a long way in preventing drug abuse. Understanding that drugs are harmful drastically reduces the chances of an individual using them. In fact, individuals who make it through the age of 21 without using drugs in almost every case never using them.
Talk to your friends and family about the dangers associated with drug use
and if someone you know is using drugs,
work quickly to get them to stop.
Call one of our Drug Rehab Counselors today at 1-855-895-2090