Rehabs near Houston
Houston remains one of the most exciting cities in Texas. Furthermore, it offers a large ethnically diverse population with much culture and influences and 145 spoken languages. The city is 665 square miles and sadly, close in proximity to Mexican drug cartels. As a result, drugs like Meth, Cocaine, and Heroin are widely available and abused. Meth use has taken its toll on some Houston natives despite the Opioid crisis wreaking havoc on other US cities. Meth abuse has increased since 2013, resulting in doubled admission into treatment centers throughout the state. There is hope in Houston to get treatment, and individuals seeking treatment can travel throughout Texas to find help.
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Dallas Observer. McPhate, Christian. (2017.) Still ‘Breaking Bad’: Amid The US Opioid Crisis, Meth Makes A Comeback in North Texas. Retrieved on January 8, 2021 from https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/amid-the-opiod-epidemic-meth-use-is-a-quiet-growing-problem-in-north-texas-9595503