Oregon Treatment Centers
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Oregon’s prescription opiate deaths and hospitalizations peaked in 2011, but have since been on a downward trend, which is good news. However, the rates still outnumber deaths and hospitalizations from heroin in the state. In 2014, 139 deaths were due to prescription opiate use. These deaths were attributed to Oxycodone, Methadone, and Hydrocodone.
By far, the most abused drug in the state of Oregon is Methamphetamine. In 2015, methamphetamine was attributed to 202 deaths in the state. Mexican organized crime syndicates are a major supplier of drugs to the state of Oregon. The northwest area of the United States’ illegal drug supply passes through Oregon on Interstate 5. The Drug Enforcement Agency ranks this freeway as one of the eight major drug trafficking highways in the country. This freeway runs all the way south to the Mexican border. Once the drugs reach Oregon, some of them are distributed throughout the state, while others are repackaged and sent on to the state of Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
The city of Portland’s airport is also a conduit for illegal drug shipments. Drugs arriving from Asia have been shipped through this airport. In 2015, shipments of fentanyl and other drugs were seized and the perpetrators were prosecuted using this airport.
Addiction Statistics in OregonSo, how bad is the drug problem in the state of Oregon? Take a look at some of the statistics.
- Illegal drug use in Oregon is higher than the national average, per capita.
- In Oregon’s prison system, 23 percent are there because of drug offenses.
- 87 percent of drug convictions were due to the delivery of the drug, while 11 percent were due to possession and 2 percent due to manufacturing.
- The amount of methamphetamine seized in Oregon has tripled since 2010.
- More than one-third of people admitted to drug treatment programs report using meth.
- There were 202 meth-related deaths in Oregon in 2015.
- Between 2009 and 2013 the admission to drug treatment programs for heroin increased by 35 percent.
- It is estimated that more than 300,000 Oregon residents have a prescription drug problem that is untreated.
- One out of six residents that complete a drug treatment program return within one year.
- Alcohol-related deaths have soared in the state, making Oregon rank third in alcohol-related deaths in the country.
Local Prevention and Education Programs
Substance abuse prevention begins with education and awareness. Many groups and organizations in Oregon are dedicated to this endeavor. Find out what they are doing to save lives:
If you or someone you love is struggling with a substance abuse issue and you would like more information on the resources available, call our toll-free number today to learn more about drug rehab in Oregon. Our experts can help you find a treatment center that is suited to your unique situation.
Rehab Programs in Oregon (OR)
|Treatment Approaches||United States||Oregon|
|Substance abuse counseling approach||99.2%||100.0%|
|Cognitive behavioral therapy||93.5%||96.9%|
|Brief intervention approach||81.5%||83.1%|
|12-step facilitation approach||74.7%||73.8%|
|Contingency management motivational incentive||55.4%||50.8%|
|Dialectical behavioral therapy||52.3%||66.2%|
|Rational emotive behavioral therapy||46.7%||47.7%|
|Community reinforcement plus vouchers||12.5%||15.4%|
|Payment/Insurance Accepted||United States||Oregon|
|Cash or self-payment||91.8%||95.4%|
|Private health insurance||70.0%||93.8%|
|Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs||53.1%||38.5%|
|State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid||47.7%||66.2%|
|Military insurance e.g. TRICARE||33.0%||58.5%|
|Access to recovery ATR voucher||9.9%||7.7%|
|IHS Tribal Urban ITU funds||6.9%||9.2%|
|No payment accepted||2.8%||1.5%|
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