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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Kansas

Kansas has been struggling with high rates of substance abuse and addiction. However, the most commonly abused drugs in this state are opioids and methamphetamines. Even so, there are many other substances of abuse that have been causing the residents of Kansas to develop addiction.

Addiction in Kansas

But what are the most commonly abused substances in this state? Heroin is commonly cited as a drug of abuse by people checking into addiction treatment centers for an opioid use disorder. Most of these people start abusing prescription opioids before making the switch to heroin - because it is often more widely available and costs less.

Other common substances of abuse in Kansas include:

  • Alcohol
  • Amphetamines
  • Cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • Opioids
  • Prescription Drugs

The substance abuse problem in this state has been escalating for many years now. This is not surprising considering that the number of meth lab seizures rose from 100 incidents in 2007 to 143 incidents by 2009. This was an increase of 43 percent. In 2007, Kansas also reported that it lost a total of 294 lives as a direct result of drug and alcohol abuse.

Addiction Treatment in Kansas

According to the Treatment Episode Data Set for 2009, a total of 19,122 residents of this state receive addiction treatment and rehabilitation services. This number comprised of 67.3 percent of men and 32.7 percent of women.

That said, the state has witnessed a decline in the total number of people seeking these services for alcohol use disorders while the number of admissions for cocaine and marijuana have been rising.

The same survey reported that methamphetamines were the most commonly cited substances of abuse by people checking into a drug rehabilitation program. In particular, this number shot up to 25 percent by 2006 from a paltry 3 percent in 1992.

Luckily, it seems that the state has increase the total number of addiction treatment and rehabilitation centers from 182 (in 2002) to 236 (in 2006). This goes to show that it is possible to achieve recovery in Kansas.

When you check into a drug and alcohol rehab facility in Kansas, you will be provided with a wide variety of services to help you overcome your addiction. These services, however, will be mixed to form a highly customized and individualized treatment plan to improve your chances of achieving full recovery from your substance use disorder. Examples of these services include:

  • Sober living services
  • Professional treatment
  • Outpatient drug rehab
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Luxury treatment
  • LGBTQ-friendly treatment
  • Inpatient drug rehab
  • Group therapy
  • Gender-specific treatment
  • Family support
  • Executive treatment
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Clinical assessments
  • Alternative drug rehab
  • Alcohol and drug detox
  • Aftercare support
  • Addiction recovery services
  • 12-step treatment

Getting Help

You can only achieve a state of sobriety in Kansas after checking into a professional addiction treatment and rehabilitation center. Other sources of support for addiction and drug related problems in the state include:

  • Problem gambling: 1-800-522-4700
  • National Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • National Human Trafficking Resource Center: 1-888-373-7888
  • Mental Health: 913-281-2221
  • Kansas Protection Report Center: 1-800-922-5330
  • Drug and alcohol abuse: 1-866-645-8216
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