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Addiction Help in South Dakota

South Dakota Addiction Help Services

Are you worried about your son, daughter or spouse? Do you know or suspect they’re taking drugs? Are they drinking too much? Are you worried and frustrated about the situation?

South Dakota Addiction Help Services may be what you need.

Our experienced counselors can advise you on the next right step.

Call us now at 855-889-0555

Are There a Lot of People Needing Addiction Help in South Dakota?

Although the alcohol and drug problems in South Dakota aren’t as bad as in other states, but, still, there are thousands of people who get addiction help in South Dakota every year.

And anyone who’s living with these problems knows how bad they can get.

Both drugs and alcohol can ruins lives quickly – ruin your relationships, lose jobs, deteriorate your health and, sometimes, lead to an early death.

Do you want to make sure this doesn’t happen in your family?

We can help you figure out what to do to make sure it doesn’t.

What Kinds of Drugs Are Being Used in South Dakota?

The biggest drug problem in South Dakota is Alcohol. And it starts young.

According to The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):

Over 18% of young people in South Dakota aged 12-20 reported binge alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed, considerably above the national average.

More than 9% of all individuals aged 12 or older said they were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed. This is, again, higher than the national average.

Of those that went for addiction treatment in South Dakota, almost 60% went for a combination of alcohol and other drugs.

Unfortunately, young people are also taking illicit drugs. More than 8% reported they had done so within a month of being surveyed.

In South Dakota, another problem is marijuana. But it’s not the only problem by far.

There are also problems with methamphetamine, amphetamines (like prescription Adderall, Ritalin and Concerta) and with opiates.

Methamphetamine addiction and addiction to abuse of other stimulants are very dangerous. Methamphetamine damages the brain quite quickly, and it wreaks havoc on your body. You may have heard of ‘meth mouth’. Gross deterioration of the teeth that cannot be reversed. And you don’t have to be using methamphetamine very long for that decay to start.

Opiates include heroin as well as the prescription drugs OxyContin, hydrocodone, Vicodin, Percocet and other painkillers. OxyContin addiction is widespread across the U.S., and South Dakota is no exception.

When choosing a treatment center for addiction help in South Dakota, it’s very important to choose one that has a good success rate with the problem you’re having. Some are better with alcohol, some are better with street drugs, and some are better with prescription drug rehab.

For help in figuring out what to do next about your problem, and to find the right facility for your situation

Call us now at 855-889-0555

We’re familiar with all the different treatment methods, and can advise you on which one is likely to be successful for you.

Can South Dakota Addiction Help Services Also Help with Alcohol Abuse or Addiction?

Absolutely. And it’s important to make sure you get into the right alcohol rehab program.

Some South Dakota addiction help services that offer alcohol rehab only get the person to stop drinking for a short time. Then they start again in a couple of weeks or months, and you’re in the same boat as before.

It’s important to choose alcohol rehab that will help the person get down to the bottom of why they’re drinking so they can really quit for good.

Does someone in your household have a drinking problem?

Do you need alcohol addiction help in South Dakota?

Call us now at 855-889-0555

No matter what addiction or abuse problem you’re dealing with, we can help you.

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