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The Indiana Drug Rehab state page provides the reader with a quick overview of issues relating to drug and alcohol addiction and IN drug rehab centers.
It should be noted that these pages are not intended as an academic reference. The data collected is from State and Federal sources.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that 24,054 people were admitted for alcohol and drug addiction treatment in 2010.
There were approximately 290 treatment facilities in Indiana during 2009. 156 facilities provided a mix of mental health and substance abuse treatment services.
Of all those admitted for drug or alcohol abuse in Indiana during 2010, men comprised 64.5 % of the total, while women comprised 35.5%.
In 2010, there were 4,064 people admitted to treatment for alcohol abuse as the primary drug and 4,931 people admitted with alcohol addiction combined with a secondary substance.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy’s 2008 report indicated that prescription drugs are the second most commonly abused substance following marijuana.
A new 2011 study conducted by Indiana Prevention Resource Center at IU Bloomington found that alcohol abuse among teens was declining but that marijuana and smokeless cigarette use was on the increase.
This shift seems to be a result of a false perception that marijuana use is harmless. This perception is closely aligned with the move to legalize its use for medical purposes.
Drug related deaths were higher in Indiana than the national average. The number of people who died from drug use in 2007-2008 was 827 compared to those who died in motor vehicle accidents which was 942. There were 28 drug courts in Indiana as of 2007, 25 adult drug courts and 3 courts for juveniles. The national average age, and indeed the average age for Indiana participants in adult drug court is between the ages of 31-33 years.
Methamphetamine lab seizures by law enforcement agencies recorded an increase of incidents from 803 incidents in 2007 to 1,231 incidents in 2009. The number of arrests for possession of Barbiturates, Benzedrine and other drugs rose from 1,688 in 2003 to 2,720 in 2007.
Alcohol impaired driving fatalities number 210 in 2009. However, there were 22,618 people arrested in Indiana for driving while intoxicated and an additional 16,936 people arrested for drunkenness.
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