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The Rhode Island Drug Rehab state page provides the reader with a quick overview of issues relating to drug and alcohol addiction and RI 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 Administration reported 10,147 admissions for drug and alcohol addiction treatment in 2010. Of that number, 70.3 % were men and 29.7 % were women.
There are 60 alcohol and drug rehabs in Rhode Island but across all addictions unmet, treatment needs remain among the top 10 highest in the nation especially for the 18-25 year old group.
The number of people seeking drug and alcohol treatment with co-occurring psychological problems has risen drastically from 4.5% in 1992 to 26% in 2006.
Since 1992, alcohol abuse treatment admissions have been on the decline from 53 % to 29 % in 2006, while drug only admissions have doubled from 21% to 46 % during the same time frame. Men comprised the majority of those who abused alcohol either as a primary drug or alcohol with a secondary substance.
Rhode Island led the nation in a number of drug abuse categories. It ranked above the national average for illicit drug use in 2007, the last year of published results from the Office of National Drug Control Policy specifically ranking in the top fifth for drug use in the nation and ranking highest in heroin use followed by marijuana.
Rhode Island ranks among the 18 states where there are more drug induced deaths than other causes of death. 142 people died due to drug use compared to 85 people who died in motor vehicle accidents and 37 people who died as a result of firearms in 2007.
Reports from the Department of Justice indicate that cocaine in Rhode Island is most commonly associated with violent crimes.
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