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MAKE YOUR FIRST STEP TO RECOVERY IN AMERICA’S LAST FRONTIER

If you’re seeking to wipe the slate clean and start your recovery from addiction, Alaska may be just the place to make the new start you’ve been waiting for. Its remote distance from the lower 48 US states and its rugged, diverse and stunning landscape may make it the best place to get the space you need as you get straight on leaving addiction behind.

Scenic Alaska, whose land mass is larger than California, Montana, and Texas combined, is regarded as America’s Last Frontier, and it has so much to offer a person in recovery, including inspiring the belief that anything is possible. Alaska drug rehabs are among the state’s divine wonders, making it a natural haven that gives recovering users the privacy and space they need.

When you’re ready, the Land of the Midnight Sun is yours to explore by train, air, highways and byways, and ferries. Among the wondrous blue glacial lakes, waterfalls, and snowcapped mountaintops are waterways and peninsulas you can experience by boat, a cruise ship, or a kayak. Join fellow Alaskans in appreciating diverse wildlife and wide open spaces that allow for backpacking and hiking as well as hunting and salmon fishing. There is no shortage of ways to experience whatever adventures your heart desires.

Choosing the right drug rehab center can be a bit tricky, but we are here to help make the challenge easier to manage. Drug Treatment Center Finder is available 24-7 to offer you immediate assistance in helping you find the best treatment center for you or your loved one. Call us today at (855) 619-8070 to start your search for a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center.

Most Commonly Abused Drugs in Alaska

There are all sorts of addictive drugs, both legal and illegal, that can lead to dependence and addiction. In Alaska, drugs commonly abused are:

  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine/ crack cocaine
  • Prescription opioids (including fentanyl)
  • Marijuana
  • Synthetic cannabinoids (K2, Spice)
  • Designer drugs (bath salts)

While Alaska is far from the continental US, the drug problems affecting the mainland are present there, too. Alcohol is the primary substance abused in Alaska. Authorities say it is involved in violent, suicidal, and accidental deaths, mainly in rural communities in the state.

Alcohol and marijuana addiction affect a high percentage of Native Alaskans living in these areas. Among them are teens who also struggle with drug abuse and suicide issues. Cocaine is reported to be widely used and sold in the state. Authorities say it is smuggled in through travelers’ airport luggage or shipped using the US Postal Service or commercial parcel carriers. The state’s urban areas see the presence of crack-cocaine. Heroin and opiate abuse, including heroin cut with street-sold fentanyl, are also significant threats as they are for much of the United States.

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FIND THE BEST ALASKA DRUG REHAB FOR YOU

Deciding on which Alaska drug rehab to enter is something that is left solely up to you. Other individuals can provide recommendations and help you with the decision-making process, but only you can decide which facility offers the best drug treatment in Alaska.

Ask yourself a few questions as you narrow down your choices, such as:

The answers you provide to these types of questions will narrow down the list of Alaska drug rehabs to those that are best suited for your unique addiction treatment needs.

Before you select one of the many Alaska drug rehabs, here are five questions the National Institute on Drug Abuse advises you ask before making that big decision:

You also may want to consider Alaska drug rehabs that offer:

ALASKA TREATMENT FACTS

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In 2015, Alaska’s opioid overdose rate was higher than the national rate (11.0 vs 10.4 per 100,000 population respectively)

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Alaska’s drug overdose death rate increased in 2016, mainly because of use of heroin and other illicit drugs

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In 2016, 128 drug overdose deaths occurred in Alaska. Of those deaths, 95 involved opioids, both prescription and heroin.

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In 2003, 3,200 people were being treated for alcohol abuse, either with or without a secondary drug.

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OUT OF STATE FOR DRUG TREATMENT

Getting drug treatment at a rehab may raise the issue of whether you should complete treatment at home or travel to an out-of-state drug facility to start a program there. Before committing to a decision, consider the pros and the cons.

Out-of-state Alaska drug rehabs provide:

The decision of whether to stay at home or go away for drug treatment is up to each person to decide. Take time to assess personal preferences, what kind of treatment is needed and other concerns as you decide where to enter a program.

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