Broken Arrow is a city located in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma and is the fourth-largest city in the state. Interestingly, CQ Press crime survey listed Broken Arrow as the 22nd-safest city in the nation and the safest city in Oklahoma. Still, there are people who have problems with drug use. Fortunately, the good news is that help is available for those who seek to overcome their drug struggles. Broken Arrow drug treatment centers are here to offer support for those who want to get their lives on track!
Recent CDC data reports an increasing drug poisoning mortality rate in Tulsa. The County data shows that from all 3,900 unintentional drug poisoning deaths, 636 of them occur due to prescription drugs. Prescription painkillers, illicit drugs, and alcohol are also influencing the drug deaths among individuals aged 12 or older. Adults aged 45-54 were more likely to die of an unintentional poisoning compared to teens of young adults aged 15-24.
Currently, methamphetamine is the number one drug of abuse in Broken Arrow. First of all, the drug is highly addictive and people can easily “cook” it. The city is ranked third in its density of manufacturers in the entire state of Oklahoma. Methamphetamine and clandestine methamphetamine labs are a growing problem for the local police department. It seems that the toxic fumes emissions from those labs might be dangerous for the people. Shockingly, 100% of the children have positive methamphetamine blood-content results. This means that toxic fumes, chemicals, and also the drug itself damage the life of children in Broken Arrows.
The Street Crimes Unit of the Broken Arrow Police Department is responsible for fighting against the local criminal activity. Luckily, they have been very successful in finding and removing children from the harmful environment. Furthermore, these children take part in the Drug Endangered Children project where they monitor the drug blood percentage of every child. In addition, detectives of the Special Investigations Unit work undercover to catch individuals red-handed. On the other hand, the Street Crimes Unit focus on identifying drug dealers.
Last year, addressing the substance abuse issue as well, the Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act and the CARA (Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act). This means that the US Government allocated more than $1 Billion for addiction treatment and recovery all over the country. It will probably be most helpful for those who are looking for addiction recovery.
If you or someone you know is suffering from an addiction, help is available! Get Treatment has a list of several of the best addiction treatment facilities and rehab centers near you. You’ll find that we have premium listings for rehab facilities for individuals with private insurance. Moreover, we have several facilities that accept Medicare and Medicaid. Also, you may choose the best Broken Arrow drug treatment center that will suit your needs.Our Addiction Counselors are always available at (888) 436-7297. So call us today and step with confidence in life!