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Clients who are looking for Christian addiction treatment centers for in Wyoming or alcohol rehabs in Wyoming can find help here. Substance abuse and mental health issues are marginally higher in Wyoming than the national average.
The first step towards recovery usually requires teenage clients to detox in a hospital Wyoming under medical supervision, and they get intensive therapy at the Teen Challenge center. Residential inpatient recovery in Wyoming consists of 24-hour care and education at this live-in rehab facility.
Addiction recovery takes up to a year for a dependence on alcohol, illicit drugs or prescription painkillers. It starts with acceptance to get help from the individual, what sort of addiction it is, and how severe the dependence is.
Drug Addiction Treatment in Wyoming
Within Wyoming, the geographical location appears to play a significant role regarding drug use. For example, certain counties, such as Uinta, Fremont, and Natrona, exhibited high rates of drug-related deaths over the past decade, while some counties, such as Weston, did not report any drug-related deaths over the past 10 years.
Wyoming Addiction Rates
- 5,000 (10.7%) Wyoming adolescents reported drinking alcohol within the past month in 2014-2015 (compared to the national average of 10.6%).
- 31,000 (6.4%) Wyoming residents over age 12 met the criteria for an alcohol use disorder within the past year in 2014-2015 (compared to the national average of 6.1%).
- 3,261 Wyoming residents were enrolled in substance use treatment in 2015. This number was an increase from 2013 but a decrease from 2011 when 3,396 were enrolled.
- Only 38,000 (44.5%) Wyoming adults with any mental illness received mental health treatment within the past year from 2011-2015 (which is higher than the national average of 42.9%).
- Of those in substance abuse treatment, 18.7% were enrolled for a drug problem, 37.7% for an alcohol problem, and 43.6% for both drug and alcohol problems.