Oregon is known for its beautiful landscape, including waterfalls, mountains, lakes, and the coastline of the Pacific Ocean. In Oregon, 1 out of every 10 adults abuses illicit drugs, and 1 out of every 15 youth abuses or has a dependence on illicit drugs. In 2016, about 1,500 people in Oregon died from alcohol-related causes, and in 2015, 505 people died from a drug overdose. Drug overdoses occurred from Heroin, prescription Opioids, and synthetic Opioids. The Oregon Substance Use Disorder Research Committee reported that only 11% of people in Oregon who needed treatment received it. Many people across the United States who need treatment for a drug or alcohol use disorder do not get potentially lifesaving treatment. There are treatment centers located in Oregon that can help those struggling get clean and maintain sobriety. Explore rehab options in Oregon.
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