Connecticut Drug Rehab
In the state of Connecticut, Drug Rehab is in dire need. Heroin and cocaine in powder and crack form are the greatest drug threats in Connecticut. Located in close proximity to NYC, Connecticut is an important transit and destination area for drugs. Interstate 95, the major north-south route on the East Coast, extends along Connecticut's southern shore through Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven and New London. It connects New York City with Boston and continues to the U.S.-Canada border. Interstate 91 extends from New Haven north to Massachusetts, Vermont and the U.S.-Canada border. These interstates intersect in New Haven and from what is known by law enforcement as the New England Pipeline.
Connecticut Crack and Cocaine Drug Rehab
Cocaine is available in many sizes from gram to kilogram quantities. The majority of cocaine smuggling and distribution organizations are now comprised of a mix of Puerto Rican, Mexican, and African American individuals often working in concert. Cocaine is still a popular drug of choice and still widely abused in Connecticut, with crack historically preferred over powder. Traditionally, most organizations in Connecticut have purchased previously processed crack cocaine directly from New York-based suppliers, but recently, suppliers have offered substantial price reductions for the powder form.
Connecticut Heroin Drug Rehab
Connecticut's Heroin Drug Rehab programs are filling up day by day. Demand for heroin is increasingly high, and it remains easily accessible making heroin the primary threat to Connecticut. In addition to increased availability of low cost, high purity heroin that can be effectively snorted or smoked rather than injected, heroin popularity (as well as an increase in residential and commercial burglaries) is fueled in part by the significant amount of diverted Oxycontin and Hydrocodone. Users become quickly addicted to the analgesics and have to switch to lower cost, readily available bags of heroin. This practice has led to an increase of heroin overdoses throughout the state, and a significant increase of heroin users at substance abuse clinics statewide, the primary reason patients are in those clinics.
Connecticut Methamphetamine Drug Rehab
Although Methamphetamine is not a major drug threat in the state of Connecticut, it still poses a serious threat. With the highly addictive nature of Meth, Connecticut Methamphetamine Drug Rehab is becoming more and more prevalent. The Meth epidemic is slowly migrating from the southern U.S to the North, and East coast of the United States.
Connecticut Marijuana Drug Rehab
Marijuana can still be obtained throughout Connecticut. The majority of high grade marijuana available in Connecticut comes from either Canada, out of state indoor grow operations, Mexico, and or the Southwest areas of the U.S. Marijuana is readily available in the state of Connecticut for individual use and available in multi-ounce/pound quantities for wholesale distribution. Caucasian criminal groups smuggle high quality, Canadian produced marijuana across the U.S.
Narconon has a successful drug rehab program open to Connecticut residents. For more information, contact us today.