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The Impact of Addiction in Florida

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The Florida Keys Archipelago is a Caribbean-flavoured getaway with lovely beaches and clear blue waters. Orlando is a popular theme park, and the Everglades are home to alligators and manatees. Tampa and St Petersburg feature expansive beaches and picturesque historic sites. Tallahassee is a famous university town with a distinctly southern feel and a gateway to the beaches.

Florida is one of the nation’s main epicenters for substance abuse as well as drug-related overdoses. In 2014, around 410,000 Florida residents were addicted to drugs and alcohol–and over the last 10 years, 12% of all deaths in the state were attributed to substance abuse. It has been estimated that about 363,000 people use illegal drugs like cocaine and heroin every year in Florida. In addition, more than 20% of all admissions to state-funded recovery facilities in 2015 were attributed to opioids.

Clearly there are plenty of things to enjoy Florida, but that does not mean Florida is without drug and alcohol problems.

The state’s drug epidemic has led to higher crime rates, increased costs of law enforcement, productivity loss, and a steadily growing death toll. Due to drug-related activities, Florida has the fifth-highest rate of violent crime in the United States. In 2016 alone there were over 35,000 DUI arrests. The epidemic has reached such high levels that Governor Rick Scott declared the issue a public health emergency. As a result, he proposed legislation to provide $54 million in grants to expand substance abuse prevention and education programs and to provide treatment services for those in need.

Worst Drugs in Florida

  1. Alcohol is the most commonly cited abused substance in Florida. In 2009, 28,352 people were admitted for alcohol addiction or alcohol dependence with a secondary substance treatment. Between 2003 and 2012, a total of 8,000 drunk driving fatalities were reported in the state.
  2. Prescription drugs are also a commonly abused substance. In the year 2005-2006, 777,000 Floridians reported using prescription drugs for non-medical use. Hydrocodone and OxyContin continue to be a serious problem in the state. The Florida Medical Examiners report that on any given day approximately five people in Florida die as a direct result of a prescription drug overdose.
  3. Cocaine is the main drug threat and is available statewide. Between 2005 and 2006, 390,000 Floridians reported using cocaine. In 2009, 11,552 people were admitted to drug abuse treatment programs for smoking or ingesting cocaine. In 2015, 1,834 people died of cocaine overdoses.
  4. Marijuana is also on the list of most used drugs. In 2007, 24,812 Floridians were admitted to drug and alcohol addiction rehabs for marijuana dependence.
  5. Heroin is another substance used by Floridians. In 2009, 1,721 individuals entered treatment for heroin addiction.

Impactful Addiction Stats

  1. Between 2005 and 2006, 1.2 million Floridians (8% of the resident population) reported use of an illicit drug.
  2. More than 410,000 Floridians were dependent on illicit drugs between 2013 and 2014.
  3. According to SAMHSA–the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration–Florida reported a total of 79,322 admissions in its drug rehab centers in 2009. Of those patients, 38.3% were female while 61.7% were male, making the drug abuse in Florida more prevalent among men.
  4. Statewide drug overdose totals increased by 55% in 2016 with 5,167 deaths reported.
  5. In 2010, Florida had more than 11,000 emergency-room visits related to synthetic drugs. Of those treated, 75% were aged 12-29, with the majority between 12 and 17 years old.
  6. In 2018, nearly 68% of the 4,698 reported drug overdose deaths in Florida involved opioids–with a total of 3,189 fatalities.
  7. A total of 952 Floridians died of a heroin overdose in 2016.
  8. Treatment admissions for alcohol reached 24,329 patients in 2016.
  9. In a survey admitted to Florida high school students in 2016, 2.5% admitted to using crack cocaine.
  10. Between 2015 and 2016, treatment admissions for methamphetamine rose to more than 3,000.

Quick Tips on Finding A Center

Your sobriety is very important that is why it is so important to choose the right Florida rehab. The right program will make it much more likely that after returning to life, you will complete the program successfully, leave the program compassionately and maintain your sobriety. However, the sheer number of options available means it can be hard to make a choice and the sad truth is that quantity does not always equal quality.

State Specific Hotlines & Resources

  • America Red Cross Information: 800-GET-INFO or 866-438-4636
  • Crisis Counseling: 866-518-1825
  • Department of Veterans Affairs: 800-827-1000
  • Elder Services: 800-963-5337
  • Florida Emergency Information: 800-342-3557
  • Hearing and Speech Impaired: 800-829-4059
  • Insurance: 800-227-8676 or 800-22-STORM
  • Salvation Army: 888-363-2769
  • Social Security Administration: 800-772-1213
  • Florida Health: http://www.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/prevention/substance-abuse/index.html
  • DJJ Youth Programs: http://www.djj.state.fl.us/services/prevention/youthprograms
  • Florida Safe and Drug-Free Schools: http://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/7771/urlt/0084819-staterep0910.pdf
  • M.A.D.D (Mothers Against Drunk Driving): https://www.madd.org/florida/
  • N.O.P.E. (Nope Task Force): https://www.nopetaskforce.org/
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