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State of New Hampshire Profile of Drug Indicators

November 2007

Of all illicit drugs, the biggest concerns for New Hampshire are marijuana and heroin. These drugs make up a big portion of all drug and alcohol treatment center admissions in the state. Marijuana is widely available, being homegrown and smuggled in from the north. Heroin and cocaine are brought in by the same methods. Also, prescription drugs are a problem in New Hampshire, due to their legality and their wide availability. Seniors are likely to unintentionally abuse their prescription drugs, and teens can get them at parties, at school, at clubs, and even from their own medicine cabinets. Many young people in New Hampshire are dealing with addiction to prescription medications, and need help from one of New Hampshire’s drug and alcohol treatment centers.

If you are a parent of a teen, it’s important that you are aware of some of the symptoms of drug abuse, so you can get them help if they need it. Early detection and treatment of drug addictions are important for everyone, but especially teens- most of us know that a person stands a lot greater chance of an addiction if they started using drugs before the age of 14. However, getting treatment can be tough if you don’t know where to go. There are plenty of drug and alcohol treatment centers in New Hampshire, and many of them receive public funding- so they are available to all who need them, even if they are privately owned. If you are addicted to an opiate like heroin, Oxycontin, or Percocet, you can seek treatment in one of New Hampshire’s rehab centers with an opiate addiction program. There are also doctors and programs that use buprenorphine and methadone to ease the intense cravings and manage withdrawal symptoms.

Fighting an opiate addiction is hard, because of the nature of the drugs. When prescription opiates are crushed and snorted or injected, they provide an almost instant rush that can last for hours- leaving the person wanting more and more so they can get the same effect. Inevitably, an addiction will result- an addiction that can’t be beaten without medical help from one of New Hampshire’s drug treatment centers.

If someone you care about is addicted to drugs or alcohol, they should get help as soon as possible. Early detection and treatment are instrumental in the fight against drug addiction. Winning the battle against drugs and alcohol can be a long and hard process, but New Hampshire’s drug and alcohol treatment centers are there to help.

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