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Drug Rehab Iowa

According to the most recent government statistics, drug addiction is increasingly becoming more of an issue in the state of Iowa; thus increasing the need for quality drug rehab centers. An Iowa drug rehab can help an addict that wants treatment to overcome their drug addiction. Often times, by the time an individual reaches out for help, they have already suffered many devastating losses that are directly or indirectly related to their substance abuse problem. When an individual reaches out for help, this is the time for their loved ones to rally around them and assist them in finding an Iowa drug rehab program, which is suitable for their particular circumstances.

Choosing a drug rehab facility for your drug addiction can be a difficult process, with so many available options in Iowa. There are various types of treatment that may include inpatient, outpatient, short term and long term drug rehabs in Iowa for the treatment of substance abuse. In an outpatient Iowa drug rehab, the individual that is being treated for drug addiction usually goes to the treatment center on various days for a specific number of hours; very few people that have a moderate to severe substance abuse problem can flourish in this environment. Many individuals with a drug addiction will choose local drug treatment in Iowa order to remain close to home, but often times this decision can lead to failure. Very few addicts can benefit greatly when the drug rehab center is located so close to the place where they were actively engaged in substance abuse. In a residential drug rehab program, the individual usually resides at the center full time and they can receive an intense level of drug treatment and benefit greatly from the support that is available 24 hours a day. The National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA) data has found that long term residential treatment of at least 90 days has consistently proven to be the most effective type of drug rehab center for success in treating drug addiction. Knowing which type of drug rehab to choose is easier when the individual that is seeking drug treatment has the support and guidance of a professional substance abuse treatment professional.

The negative effects of drug addiction can have devastating effects on the people that are closely connected to the person with the problem. Drug addiction can cause problems in family relationships and with co-workers on the job, and can have a negative impact on the addict's health. If an individual does not seek the help of a drug rehab center, they may suffer many losses in relation to their active substance abuse status. The only way that an individual with a drug addiction can avoid these losses, is to consider an Iowa drug rehab facility that has a proven track record in treating drug addiction. In order for the drug rehab center to design an individualized treatment program to best suit the individual, information must be given concerning their drug addiction during the initial assessment; this information will go a long way in helping to determine what type of treatment is needed. It is important to have a sense of urgency in choosing a suitable drug rehab facility; it is very common for an addict to begin to minimize their drug abuse problem if they are given too much time to contemplate their decision. When it comes to a drug addiction, procrastination can have devastating consequences, as in the case of a fatal drug overdose.

  • In 2004, in the state of Iowa, the drug endangered children program was established as a direct response to the impact of parental substance abuse on the children of the state that are often found to be living in deplorable conditions as they were often being neglected and suffering at the hand of drug-addicted parents.
  • The number of adult drug abuse violations in the state of Iowa during the year of 2008 increased dramatically in comparison the previous 2 years.
  • A decrease in the purity of Mexican-produced "ice" has led many users in the state of Iowa to begin using the higher-purity meth that is produced locally.
  • Marijuana is increasingly becoming more of a drug threat in the state of Iowa.
  • Iowa law enforcement sources indicate that the diversion of Vicodin and Oxycontin continues to be a problem in Iowa. Benzodiazepines, alprazolam and codeine have also been identified as some of the most commonly abused and diverted pharmaceuticals in the state.
  • According to the most recent data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 129,00 of the people in the state of Iowa that are over the age of 12 have reported the past month use of an illicit drug.
  • The results of a 2007 survey of high school aged students in the state of Iowa reported that 24% have reported using marijuana at least once.
  • Approximately 5% of Iowa high school seniors that were surveyed in 2007 reported using Methamphetamine at least once during their lifetime.
  • According to the most recent NSDUH statistics that are available for the state of Iowa, 8% of Iowa student that are between the ages of 12-17 years old have reported using an illicit drug in the past 30 days.
  • The purity of meth in Iowa is declining, and is cited as being as low as 3%. Local toxic clandestine laboratories in the state continue to represent a significant problem throughout the state.
  • The use of Club Drugs, such as MDMA (ecstasy), LSD, and Ketamine is a threat in the state of Iowa.

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Iowa Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Drug information on Iowa shows that the state's greatest drug treat is meth. Methamphetamine, both that which is produced in Mexico or the southwest United States and locally produced continues to be a problem for state and local law enforcement. Cocaine, particularly crack cocaine, is a significant problem in the urban areas of the state. Iowa also serves as a transshipment point for drugs being transported to the eastern United States via Interstate 80. Interstates 29 and 35 also provide a critical north-south transportation avenue for drug traffickers.

Cocaine continues to be readily available throughout Iowa. The cocaine is transported from the West Coast by motor vehicles, and mail services. Suppliers from Chicago, Illinois, also supply cocaine to eastern Iowa.

Iowa drug information on state drug trafficking shows that Mexican polydrug traffickers bring some of the cocaine into the state with shipments of marijuana and methamphetamine. Much of the cocaine HCl is converted into crack cocaine for sale at the retail level. Street gangs control distribution in many of the urban areas of Iowa. An increase in violence accompanies this gang presence.

Heroin is sporadically available in retail-level quantities throughout the urban areas of Iowa. Most of the heroin seizures are of the black-tar type, but intelligence from Des Moines and Cedar Rapids also indicates the presence of white and Mexican brown powder heroin.

As mentioned above, methamphetamine is the primary drug of concern in Iowa. Caucasian males and females are equally the primary users. Most of the meth in the state is brought in by Hispanic organizations via motor vehicles, commercial airlines, and mail delivery services. The large Mexican communities in Iowa provide an infrastructure to import and distribute the methamphetamine. The purity of imported meth is declining from earlier years and is cited to be as low as three percent with the average of 20-25 percent.

Local small toxic laboratories continue to be a significant problem throughout Iowa. Most of the laboratories produce only ounce quantities at a time. Law enforcement reports that high purity crystal methamphetamine, or ice, is available in Northwest Iowa.

The state of Iowa continues to see an increase in the abuse of "club drugs" such as MDMA and GHB. MDMA (ecstasy) is found at rave parties in eastern and central Iowa. There is also intelligence indicating the trafficking of MDMA by Asian trafficking organizations in the state.

Just like the rest of the country, marijuana is readily available throughout Iowa, usually in combination with cocaine and/or methamphetamine. The majority of the marijuana is imported from the southwest border by motor vehicles, and mail delivery services. Domestically produced marijuana is also available in Iowa. Small indoor and outdoor grow operations have been found in eastern and central Iowa. "Ditchweed" marijuana is an ongoing problem. The ditchweed is used as filler for higher purity imported marijuana.

Drug information from law enforcement in Des Moines and Cedar Rapids, Iowa report an increasing problem with PCP. The most popular pharmaceutical substances abused in eastern and central Iowa are Vicodin, Lortab, propoxyphene, alprazolam, hydrocodone, Ultram, diazepam, Hycodan, Demerol, Dilaudid, and Percodan. Much of the diversion is through fraudulent prescriptions, doctor shopping, pharmacy break-ins, and hospital thefts. As with most states in the country, OxyContin is also noted to be a pharmaceutical drug of abuse in Iowa.

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Spirit Lake, IA. 51360
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Cedar Rapids, IA. 52405
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Cherokee, IA. 51012
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Des Moines, IA. 50314
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Coralville, IA. 52241
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Fort Dodge, IA. 50501
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Ottumwa, IA. 52501
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Storm Lake, IA. 50588
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Mason City, IA. 50401
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Hazleton, IA. 50641
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Independence, IA. 50644
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Bayard, IA. 50029
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Red Oak, IA. 51566
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Denison, IA. 51442
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Chariton, IA. 50049
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Sioux City, IA. 51105
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Clinton, IA. 52732
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Marshalltown, IA. 50158
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Prairie City, IA. 50228
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Spencer, IA. 51301
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Waterloo, IA. 50702
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Carroll, IA. 51401
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Onawa, IA. 51040
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Knoxville, IA. 50138
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Dubuque, IA. 52001
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Oskaloosa, IA. 52577
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Mediapolis, IA. 52637
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Council Bluffs, IA. 51502
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Delhi, IA. 52223
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Perry, IA. 50220
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West Des Moines, IA. 50266
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Muscatine, IA. 52761
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Centerville, IA. 52544
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Albia, IA. 52531
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Corydon, IA. 50060
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Decorah, IA. 52101
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Adair, IA. 50002
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Grinnell, IA. 50112
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Newton, IA. 50208
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Keokuk, IA. 52632
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Tipton, IA. 52772
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Waverly, IA. 50677
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Logan, IA. 51546
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Ankeny, IA. 50023
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Manning, IA. 51455
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Algona, IA. 50511
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Rock Valley, IA. 51247
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Cresco, IA. 52136
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West Union, IA. 52175
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Indianola, IA. 50125
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Missouri Valley, IA. 51555
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Urbandale, IA. 50322
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Bettendorf, IA. 52722
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Tama, IA. 52339
218 North 2nd Street
Wapello, IA. 52653
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Marion, IA. 52302
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Winterset, IA. 50273
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Boone, IA. 50036
600 9th Avenue North
Sibley, IA. 51249
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Webster City, IA. 50595