Hope for Connecticut’s Residents with Drug Addiction Issues

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As Connecticut is strategically sandwiched by two of the country’s major drug distribution centers, Boston and New York, it is sometimes inevitable that the residents of the United States’ third smallest state and the fourth with a very high population density, succumb to the ill effects of drug trafficking, abuse, and addiction. The Constitution State’s drug woes continue to rise over the years.

However, there is hope being aired by healthcare professionals in the state because the number of drug dependents seeking drug treatment and rehabilitation is also increasing. In 1994, the state registered around 45,000 drug-related admissions to the many substance rehabilitation facilities in the state. Ten years after, the number grew by around 18 percent. After another ten years, in 2014, the total number of drug related admissions rose to more than 85,000 posting a net increase of 89 percent in two decades.

Part of the increase in drug addiction center admissions has been largely attributed to the success of rehabilitation centers in creating an atmosphere of trust and accountability. More and more people seeking help and assistance with their drug issues are coming out from rehabilitation centers as change agents, helping others who are still using drugs to seek better help, forming support groups so that others will also benefit from a highly comprehensive and well-directed management of drug problems.

In fact, everyone is taking an active part in making Connecticut as drug-free as possible. Although they do recognize the near impossibility of such an endeavor, it clearly does not hurt to try.

Connecticut’s communities are helping drug rehabilitation experts bring back life to many members of Connecticut’s society. By forming support groups, they gather all their resources to work and collaborate with local government officials, healthcare experts, and even law enforcement agencies to provide a more holistic approach to managing the problems brought about by drug addiction. 

Former drug addicts are forming the core of these support groups. They leverage their experiences both as former drug abusers and drug rehabilitees to help individuals who also have the desire to turn over a new leaf in their lives. More importantly, these support groups become invaluable resources for educating teenagers and school children on the many ill effects of drug use.

Drug addiction treatment in Connecticut has never seen such active community participation. This has significantly enhanced the ability of healthcare professionals in the state’s many drug rehabilitation centers to really focus on helping people especially through their withdrawal periods. This is a very crucial aspect in the overall rehabilitation program for drug dependents and drug addicts. Psychologists and cognitive behavioral specialists are able to come up with more innovative and highly individualized therapy programs to ensure the best results. Nurses continue on providing patient care like never before.

This model of drug rehab where the community actively participates in a multi-sectorial approach to mitigating drug use and drug addiction problems is something that other communities all over the world can learn from. When everyone works together towards a common cause, there is always hope for Connecticut’s drug dependents and addicts.

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