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FIND YOURSELF A LITTLE REHAB ON THE PRAIRIE, MAKE KANSAS YOUR HOME

If you’re looking for a new start, then make like the great pioneers did and set out for a new home on the range. Kansas drug rehabs are a golden opportunity to both metaphorically and literally set you on a wide open field, where you can be at peace and start fresh smack dab in the middle of America.

There’s more to Kansas than just the Great Plains, of course. It’s a state that thrives on agriculture—known for its wheat, corn, and cow farms—on top of fields of sunflowers, the Flint Hills, and sedimentary rocks pointing onward west. And if you’re looking to migrate toward the city, state capital Topeka and Wichita are bustling with artistic energy, new ideas, and friendly folks looking to live a good life. There’s a reason Dorothy was so eager to go back home in Kansas.

Need help finding a Kansas drug rehab? Call our 24-hour helpline at (855) 619-8070, and one of our call agents will help you find a drug treatment center right for you. There’s no need to feel lost in addiction when Drug Treatment Center Finder can help you find your way to recovery.

Drugs Most Commonly Abused in Kansas

Alcohol and drug use rates remain below the national average, but what is causing for alarm is the rapidly increasing amount of Kansan youth who are taking to binge drinking and illicit drug use. State officials have been focusing more of their attention on addressing substance abuse awareness among youth groups, particularly between the ages of 12 and 28.

In Kansas, some of the most commonly abused drugs are:

  • Alcohol
  • Prescription opioids
  • Synthetic opioids, e.g. U-47700
  • Marijuana
  • Methamphetamine
  • Club drugs, e.g. MDMA, GHB, LSD, PCP, and Ketamine
  • Cocaine (in metropolitan cities)

Opioids are creeping up the numbers in Kansas. A report from KSNT.com showed visibility of a synthetic opioid, U-47700, which is said to be eight times more powerful than morphine and a growing problem in the state, particularly in Shawnee County. The opiate drug is reported to cause skin irritation and breathing problems if inhaled or absorbed through the skin, as well as lead to drug overdose.

Since the latest reports in 2014, the common transition from prescription opioids to heroin had not reached epidemic levels in Kansas, still remaining lower than other drug use rates. Stimulant drugs—such as methamphetamine, cocaine, and PCP—showed more prevalence among Kansans, especially in metropolitan cities.

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KANSAS SUBSTANCE STATISTICS

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Drug overdose rates for people aged 12 to 25 more than quadrupled in Kansas from 1999 to 2013.

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18- to 25-year-olds accounted for 30% of Kansans who received treatment in 2014, at 3,881 admissions into substance use treatment centers.

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Drug overdose rates for people aged 12 to 25 more than quadrupled in Kansas from 1999 to 2013.

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Around 174,000 people in Kansas over the age of 12 abused alcohol between 2013 and 2014.

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OUT TO KANSAS FOR DRUG TREATMENT

Traveling to a Kansas drug rehab can be a daunting challenge to take on, especially for people who have never left their hometown, let alone their state. Yet, one of the best things you can do to begin your recovery is to start off on a clean slate in a new place to really blossom into the new you.

Here are just a few reasons why going to one of the many Kansas drug rehabs will be the best decision of your life:

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