Arizona was once part of Mexico and is well known for the Grand Canyon. Akin to the effects of the Opioid crisis, residents of the state also suffer from synthetic Opioid abuse, oftentimes stemming from prescribed Opioids. Doctors wrote 50.7 prescriptions per 100 people in the state. Heroin abuse spiked to nearly 45% within a year; Meth abuse continues to be on the rise and Benzodiazepines are often misused in Arizona.
While the state has much beauty and allure to offer, such statistics are troubling. Fortunately, those needing relief from harmful chemicals have several facilities to consider, along with localized treatments. Spiritual components, such as meditation and yoga along with traditional medication may be readily available. Discover local facilities today.
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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