Connecticut’s drug problem is spread throughout the state with the continued abuse of cocaine. Heroin is currently the greatest threat to Connecticut, and affects both urban and rural areas of the state. Many new users of the drugs are smoking the drug, rather than injecting it.

The abuse of marijuana, MDMA (ecstasy) and club drugs continue to be a problem. Connecticut has also a major problem in the abuse of pharmaceutical drugs such as OxyContin, Vicoden and other oxycodone products indicating a great need for effective drug rehab throughout the state.

For those already addicted the best treatment option is a long-term, drug rehab program that a high success rate for permanent recovery and uses a drug-free approach to fully handle addiction.

The Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program achieves a 70% success rate with all hardcore addictions and has been treating addicts for more than 43 years.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug problem in the state of Connecticut contact us for immediate help as recent statistics indicate that during 2004-2005 there were 262,000 individuals living in Connecticut or 9% of the population of the state that reported using an illegal drug over the last month.

In addition, 2004-2005 data indicates that 89,000 citizens in Connecticut reported needing drug rehab but not receiving drug treatment during that year.

There were 46,491 admissions into drug rehab in Connecticut in 2006. In 2005 47,155 Connecticut citizens went into a drug rehab program.