If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we can assist.
Our referral service pairs each addict with the curriculum that offers that individual the greatest hope for recovery. Combating and surmounting addiction is much easier when the addict has the reinforcement of caring and knowledgeable professionals. That’s why we are here: to provide guidance for addicts and their loved ones in serious need of professional help.
Call our helpline now at (800) 435-2890 or fill out the form below for assistance.
Over the last several years alone, countless people have turned to our unique drug-abuse solution referral service. We take pride in being the very best drug, most comprehensive rehabilitation referral service in the entire US.
We know that each addict is an individual. We know that not every rehab program works for the same for each person. So, our mission is very straightforward: to match each distressed addict with the rehab program offering the best prospect for their long-term recovery.
Affordable Detoxification and Drug Rehabilitation
Detox and treatment cost is usually a leading concern when it comes to treatment. Understanding that, we take great care to seek out long-term residential intensive treatments that are both low-cost and successful.
The average period of treatment runs 2 months to about 90 days. In addition, the majority of programs we refer our clients to do not charge more should the client require prolonged treatment. That’s because it’s not unusual that some clients require treatment be extended beyond the usual program term.
Complete the rehab help form on this page or call us now at (800) 435-2890.
Certified and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Delaware
Each Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in our referral network is Fully Sanctioned and State Certified.
Success rates vary, but overall the programs we refer our clients to achieve success rates far beyond the national average. The vast majority of the programs in our referral network are not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment programs. We have been groundbreakers in the field of drug dependency and alcohol detoxification referrals for several years.
Detoxification and Rehab Success Components
We believe strongly that drug and alcohol addiction is most effective when addicts focus on a return to self-reliance, while embracing obligations toward family members and society in general. Getting help in the form of a proper referral to a licensed Treatment Program in Delaware is the first serious step.
We know that the vast majority of drug and alcohol abusers are deeply determined to get beyond their addiction, but do not know how. The programs in our referral network use only tried and true treatments.
Our clients are referred to solutions-oriented drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs helping them to attain a lasting end to addiction.
Find out more about how we can help someone from Delaware by contacting us today.
Delaware Drug Information
Both powder and crack forms of cocaine remain available and popular in Delaware. Philadelphia and New York City remain the primary sources of cocaine.
Heroin is increasing available. The introduction of cheaper, purer heroin over the last several years has caused concern in Delaware over a growing heroin use problem.
Marijuana is easily obtained and used by individuals from a variety of ethnic populations and socioeconomic sectors. Recreational use is popular among high school and college age citizens.
Methamphetamine is generally available in limited quantities in Delaware. According to recent investigations, it is readily available to those who visit the Rehoboth Beach area during the summer months.
MDMA is primarily available at raves and clubs in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, especially during the summer. Gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), butyrolactone (GBL), and ketamine are available and are used.
Percocet®, Percodan®, Tylox® and Roxicet® continue to be a problem in Delaware.
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Approximately 57,000 of Delaware citizens over the age of 12 reported past-month use of an illicit drug.
Additional survey results indicate that 22,000 Delaware citizens reported dependence or abuse within the past year. 15,000 reported past-year illicit drug dependence.
During 2006, the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health funded 8,216 adult admissions to treatment programs statewide.