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Crystal Meth Abuse In The United States

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimates that in 2005 more than 10 million Americans over the age of 12 claimed to have used methamphetamine one or more times in their lives. Though this number represents only about 4 percent of the population, this number has remained about level with a variance of only plus or minus 1 percent over a four-year period.

At Orchid Recovery Center, we provide crystal meth detox and crystal meth rehab for women of all ages and from all walks of life. Crystal meth is one drug that does not discriminate according to class or location. Crystal meth is everywhere. No one is immune.

Crystal Meth Abuse in the United States: Junior High and High School Kids

Last year, the lifetime use of crystal meth among eighth and tenth graders decreased slightly from the year before and that of seniors in high school remained about the same, according to the NSDUH study. In fact, these numbers have steadily decreased over the past five years. That’s the good news.

At Orchid Recovery Center, we credit this to good parenting, higher education among teens, early intervention for kids who have already started using and strong rehab centers. If your teenage daughter is using crystal meth, it’s never too early to enroll her in rehab to detox and recover—before it takes over her life.

Crystal Meth Abuse in the United States: College Students and Twenty-Somethings

The NSDUH study goes on to state that a little more than 4 percent of college students and 8 percent of adults in their 20s claimed to have used crystal meth at some point in their lives. These numbers are slightly lower for college students and slightly higher for twenty-somethings compared to the previous year. Compare this, however, to statistics released from the Bureau of Justice that states that almost 18 percent of Federal prisoners and more than 23 percent of state prisoners claimed to have used meth at least once in their lives.

The goal of drug treatment at Orchid Recovery Center is a life without drugs and alcohol of any kind. It is clear from these studies that drug use among young people is a huge contributing factor to crime and incarceration where lives are ruined and young women are traumatized by violence and hate. If you or a loved one are using crystal meth and need help, Orchid Recovery Center may be the treatment center for you.

Crystal Meth Abuse in the United States: Adults

Crystal meth is a relatively new substance of abuse, so it’s logical that use of the drug decreases in direct proportion to age. However, at Orchid Recovery Center, we are prepared to help women of all ages who are addicted to meth. Without prejudice of any kind, we open our doors to women without regard to race, ethnicity, substance of choice, length of addiction, age or sexual identity. If you are ready to detox off of crystal meth, call Orchid Recovery Center at 888-ORCHID5 today.

Crystal Meth Rehab at Orchid Recovery Center

At Orchid Recovery Center, we know that women are uniquely pulled to the effects of crystal meth. Initially, the drug gives you the energy you need to accomplish the thousand tasks that are set before you daily. However, it doesn’t take long before the drug becomes a hindrance rather than a help. The only way to really break through its hold on you and achieve an abstinence that last longer than a few months is to undergo a professional crystal meth detox and treatment. Contact Orchid Recovery Center for more information today.

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