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We are here to help you find the best drug and alcohol treatment center in the country. Our list of centers is exclusive and is free from paid promotion or marketing contracts.
Our founder was a drug addict (specifically to heroin, OxyContin, Suboxone, methadone, and Xanax) and alcoholic who found a beautiful, drug-free life by doing a few simple things. His new life began with one decision: to go to a drug and alcohol treatment center.
27 million people aged 12 and over, in America, used illicit drugs in 2014 according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Out of those 27 million, 21.5 million had a substance use disorder.
In that same year, a total of 47,055 people died of drug overdoses. This meant that there was one and a half times more deaths from drug overdoses in the United States than there were from motor vehicle crashes.
“These findings indicate that the opioid overdose epidemic is worsening. There is a need for continued action to prevent opioid abuse, dependence, and death, improve treatment capacity for opioid use disorders, and reduce the supply of illicit opioids, particularly heroin and illicit fentanyl.” – Center for Disease Control and Prevention