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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in New Hampshire

New Hampshire boasts various expansive mountains that host a number of ski resorts, hiking trails, and many other mountain sporting activities and locations. Even so, many people here also struggle with various substances of abuse like alcohol and heroin.

Addiction in New Hampshire

According to recent statistical figures, New Hampshire is ranked 2nd highest in the entire nation in terms of the rates of drug and alcohol abuse. Another survey ranked it among the top 5 of all states with respect to the rates of drug overdose deaths in 2015. This is however not entirely surprising considering that over 26 percent of the residents of the state were admitted into an addiction treatment program the same year.

However, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that the total number of drug rehabs in the state have been decreasing for some years now. Even so, these programs were able to attract 6,234 patients in 2010.

That said, the state has seen one of the highest rates of substance abuse in the entire country. Further, the rates of illicit drug abuse in the past year by residents aged between 18 and 25 years have been consistently high - as have similar rates by residents aged between 12 and 17 years.

Other figures show that the rates of substance use in the past year (from 2005 to 2006) by local residents within these age groups were among the highest across the United States.

But which are the most common substances of abuse that are being taken by people in New Hampshire? Consider the following list:

  • Prescription Drugs
  • Marijuana
  • Heroin
  • Cocaine
  • Alcohol

Another study reported that more than 9 percent of the entire teen population of New Hampshire abused marijuana from 2014 to 2015. The same report also showed that:

  • The state was ranked 2nd across the county with respect to opioid overdose deaths
  • Over 28 percent of the total number of drug rehab admissions in New Hampshire in 2015 were linked to heroin or other opioids
  • More than 50 percent of the drug offenses committed in this state in 2007 were because of crack cocaine
  • More than 45 percent of the people who were federally sentenced in New Hampshire in 2007 was because of a drug offense
  • It was ranked 1st in the United States for the rates of fentanyl overdose deaths reported from 2010 to 2014
  • In 2015, more than 17 percent of the total population of New Hampshire aged 12 years and above reported that they had abused marijuana
  • In 2009, substance abuse led to 187 fatalities in New Hampshire
  • In 2009, local state authorities eliminated 1400 marijuana plants
  • In 2007, the state had a total of 7 drug courts
  • A total of 498 drug overdose deaths were reported in the state
  • 52 people were arrested for committing a drug related crime in 2007

Addiction Treatment in New Hampshire

If you are struggling with a drug or alcohol related problem in New Hampshire, you should seek addiction treatment from either an inpatient or outpatient drug rehab program. You can also get help with your condition from the following hotlines in New Hampshire:

  • DHHS Statewide Addiction Crisis: 1-844-11-4357
  • Delphi Behavioral Health Group: (888)-839-9334
  • 2-1-1 NH: 2-1-1
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