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Tulsa is the most densely populated county in Oklahoma and was at the core of the American oil industry. Nowadays, due to an economic shutdown, Tulsa has made progress in other sectors, such as energy, finance, aviation, telecommunications, and technology. Many Consider Tulsa to be the cultural center of Oklahoma. Sadly, people of Tulsa find themselves struggling with drug abuse and dependence. However, the good news is that there are options available for those who seek help. Tulsa drug treatment centers are there to support and help addicts in the region get their lives back on track!

Tulsa Drug Addiction

An SAMSHA report shows that an average of 126,000 people aged 12 or older did use illicit drugs one year before the study was conducted. Around 75,000 individuals, aged 12 or higher, reported having a substance abuse disorder one year prior to the study.

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.

Tulsa Drug Treatment Solutions

Oklahoma’s House of Representatives approved a bill that would make it a felony to carry any amount of drugs within 1000 feet of a day care facility, school, university, park, or church.

The Prescription Drug Planning Workgroup proposed a plan for raising public awareness and building support for solutions. Health-care providers will have training on how to manage the patients who abuse opiate painkillers. On the same note, parents, kids, and patients have to participate in the process.

The national authorities are addressing the substance abuse issue as well. Last year, the Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act and the CARA (Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act). Therefore, the US Government allocated more than $1 Billion for addiction treatment and recovery all over the country.

If you are an addict and want to recover, the help you need is closer than you think. Get Treatment has a list of several of the best Tulsa drug treatment facilities and rehab centers. Moreover, our addiction Counselors are always available at (888) 436-7297 in conducting free assessments and insurance verifications. So call us today and get your life back!