When New Hampshire prescription drug abuse clamped down, many local addicts turned to heroin. NH has executed several addiction initiatives in the wake of it all–public outrage can often make these things happen. What many people seeking drug abuse treatment need to understand is this:
- The difference between state-funded centers and privately ran ones
- Difference between an excellent program, an okay program, and a greedy filth-ridden looney bin
- What is the best way to get a loved family member or yourself clean?
Try googling how/where to receive treatment and you’ll find a bazillion ads falsely promoting treatment in the state you live, luxurious views of hope, and an addict 1 year sober selling you on their program that they went through and now work for to pay for housing.
As a New Hampshire based company, we’d like to help and have built a foundation to only provide answers you care about. We make sure to keep cost in mind and help those with inability to do extra out of pocket expenses. We understand these issues. Many times we have gotten people covered in full. If cost is not the concern and you want high luxury living, well we have that too. We take pride in being the Premier Rehab Network.
In the past decade, the state government reports, the number of people admitted to state-funded treatment programs rose by 90 percent for heroin and 500 percent for prescription opiate abuse. According to the state’s bureau of Emergency Medical Services, the life saving anti-overdose drug Naloxone (aka Narcan) has been administered in more than 2,000 incidents in 2015. Opiate related deaths have more than doubled since 2012 and as it stands, New Hampshire has the highest rate of young adult opioid abusers in the country. It’s some pretty alarming stuff.
This year as we saw in the NH Presidential Primary, the people put the issue of addiction front and center — whether questioning candidates about their policies at a town hall or sharing their own personal stories. “This ranks among the most intense in terms of how much voters’ feelings about a personal issue have moved upwards, have shot upwards, to the presidential level,” Dante Scala, a political science professor at the University of New Hampshire.
What we need is to give drug addicts an escape into comfortable, private programs where quality practice is the only focus. Punishing and cold environments like prison or overrun state programs only make things seem more impossible. We have so many more options to show people what can done for them. Watch this video below from Vice News, a look inside our state’s prisons, and drug programs, and how addicts are forced to lie in order to receive treatment.
NH has executed several addiction prevention, early identification and overdose prevention initiatives, but please give our team a call so we can provide you better options.