Alabama was the home of inventor George Washington Carver, and remains the 30th most populous state in the country. Its legacy of being associated with the Civil Rights movement makes it memorable in history. It has an alcoholic beverage as its national drink, possibly foreshadowing its high alcohol abuse rates. Approximately 90% of alcohol consumed in the state is that of adolescent populations. Binge drinking rates remain high, and Cocaine, Marijuana, and Opioid use are often reported as abused chemicals.
There is help available throughout the state of Alabama, and federal laws are in effect to crack down on drug use and possession. Explore what local options are available to help you get the care you deserve.
Krystina Murray has received a B.A. in English at Georgia State University, has over 5 years of professional writing and editing experience, and over 15 years of overall writing experience. She enjoys spreading awareness of addiction and recovery to help people transform their lives.
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