The drug problem in Michigan is alarming especially with the current trends in the abuse of illegal drugs such as cocaine, crack cocaine and methamphetamine as well as the increase in the abuse of pharmaceuticals.

For those already addicted the best treatment option is a long-term, drug free program with a high success rate for permanent recovery. The Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program achieves a 70% success rate with all hardcore addictions is located in the state of Michigan.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug problem in the state of Michigan contact us for immediate help.

Currently there has been an increase in drug use in the state of Michigan. Recent statistics report that in 2006, there were 65,588 admissions to drug and/or alcohol treatment in the state of Michigan. In 2005 there were 57,295 admissions to drug treatment. And in 2004, there were 60,321 admissions into drug treatment programs.

However, there were 217,000 people, or 2.59% of the population of Michigan who reported needing drug treatment but not receiving it in the state of Michigan. According to recent data, 734,000 or 9% of Michigan citizens reported the past month use of an illegal drug. This was in 2005-2006.

Both cocaine and crack cocaine abuse are at high levels within the state of Michigan and are at purity levels of 40% to 90%.

Heroin is a drug that is broadly available throughout the Detroit area and the urban areas of Michigan. Heroin that is illegally distributed in Michigan comes from different parts of the world such as South America, Mexico and Africa.

There is a significant increase in marijuana demand and use as a large amount of the drug is illegally shipped in from Michigan’s northern border Canada.

The abuse and demand for OxyContin has also increased in the state of Michigan as well as the abuse of drugs such as hydrocodone and methadone.