More Info About Rehabs in Delaware
The state is fighting back. Policymakers have created the Drug Overdose Fatality Review Commission, which will review current data and trends in an attempt to understand the root of this epidemic. Delaware has also expanded the availability of the opioid-overdose reversal drug, naloxone. More people in Delaware are going to treatment for their substance abuse problems, and approaches to treatment are evolving.
There are a range of rehab options in Delaware, including several quality opioid treatment programs. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse in Delaware, call us to talk about what you need from a rehab. We can help you find the right facility: 1-866-317-7050.
- Within the small state of Delaware, around 80,000 people are dependent upon or abusing drugs and/or alcohol each year.
- About 10% of people in Delaware who need treatment for alcohol abuse each year receive it.
- Delaware has high rates of treatment for drug abuse, with nearly 30% of the people in need of treatment receiving it.
- For Delaware’s 2015 treatment admissions, the primary substances of abuse were heroin, other opiates used non-medically, and other synthetic drugs.
- Alcohol and marijuana followed behind these substances as common substances of abuse.
Delaware has around 40 different rehabs, well-equipped to treat problems with alcohol, drugs, or both. Most are outpatient rehabs, with about 1 in 3 of all Delaware facilities offering medication maintenance programs to treat opioid dependence. You’ll find more involved, 24/7 care at inpatient facilities, where clients are residents for a designated period of time as they build a recovery foundation.
There are many dual diagnosis rehabs in Delaware, that offer substance abuse treatment and mental health services. If you or a loved one struggles with substance abuse that’s impacted by severe mental illness, anxiety, depression, or trauma, these facilities can help you manage those related conditions. You can also find special programs geared towards women, men, adolescents, or seniors. Other programs cater to criminal justice clients, LGBT clients, members of the military, or clients living with infectious diseases.
Delaware has been improving its treatment efforts over the years, and it shows. In general, around 80% of clients in Delaware report being satisfied with their treatment program, as well as feeling more capable of managing their lives and dealing with daily problems. Call us and one of our representatives can help you find the right rehab in Delaware: 1-866-317-7050.
- Drug and alcohol urine screenings
- Substance abuse assessments and diagnoses
- Counseling sessions, both individual and group
- Motivational interviewing and relapse-prevention
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Discharge planning
- Delaware’s Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) has a Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH), which provides a variety of public drug and alcohol treatment services through contracts with private agencies. The DSAMH has a provider directory that you can browse through as you search for treatment.
- The Treatment Access Center (TASC) acts as a liaison between the DSAMH and Delaware’s criminal justice system. Statewide, the TASC assesses offenders’ drug problems, refers them to treatment, and provides case management services.
- The Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families established the Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services (DPBHS) to oversee prevention efforts and treatment services for children and youth in the state. Their services are family-focused and the division has established several school-based initiatives.
- The Delaware Prevention Coalition (DPC) is a statewide group that seeks to strengthen the state’s communities by making them safer, healthier, and drug-free. The group provides education about substance abuse prevention, to both local youth and adults, and engages communities in prevention efforts.
- The University of Delaware has a Campus Coalition for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, which aims to change the culture of partying on campus and minimize the risks of substance abuse. The coalition distributes information to students to raise awareness of those risks and involves them in prevention activities.
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Alternatives to finding addiction treatment or learning about substance:
- SAMHSA Treatment Finder at SAMHSA.gov
- National Institute On Drug Abuse at DrugAbuse.gov
- Mental Health & Substance Abuse at USA.gov
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