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The disruption of families and the relations triggered by alcohol or drugs is a serious problem in Indiana. It’s very difficult to endure seeing a friend or a loved one facing a battle with addiction alone, we are here to help.

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Currently, there are over 709 different centers in our facility directory within the state of Indiana for people needing help with drug and alcohol addiction, please select your city below.

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The Impact of Addiction in Indiana

Indiana Drug and Substance Treatment

Indiana has the renowned motor racing legend Indy 500, but is also home to large fields, stunning rural areas and tiny all American villages. The country consists of deep valleys, horizontal cornfields, foothills and extensive farms. A Heritage Trail passes through old cities, full of antique shops, flea markets and buildings from the turn of the century. For the wooded hills of Brown County State Park, hikers, bikers and rock climbers are the beeline.

While Indiana only ranks 14th in the nation for drug abuse, drugs are still a major concern for the state. This is due to its location making it a drug trafficking haven–where many drugs are further distributed into the country. Located close to Lake Michigan, and with 7 interstate highway systems running through it, the state is ideal for international drug trafficking.

Obviously a great place to visit and live, but Indiana, like all other states, has problems with drug and substance abuse.

Even though Indiana has many high-quality rehabilitation centers, it still ranks 17th in the United States for drug overdoses. Reports show that there are about 20 deaths related to drugs and alcohol per 100,000 people.

Prescription drugs, in particular, are a major problem in Indiana. In 2010, Indiana providers wrote more than 107 prescriptions per 100 people. This decreased to roughly 74 prescriptions per 100 people in 2017–yet remains significantly higher than the national average of 54.7. Indiana continues to rank in the top ten states for opioid prescriptions.

Worst Drugs in Indiana

  1. About 1 in 5 of all substance abuse treatment admissions in Indiana are for marijuana. In 2010, marijuana ranked the most available and most abused substance in the state. The rate of marijuana abuse 10.155, slightly less than the national average of 10.57.
  2. Cocaine is responsible for about 11% of non-opioid-related overdoses in Indiana, while only 2% of the state population above the age of 12 abuse cocaine or crack. Even though the numbers of abuse are relatively low, 4% of all high school students in Indiana admit to having tried cocaine at least once in their life.
  3. Pain killers top the list of most abused prescription opioids in Indiana at more than 22%. About 4 in 5 people get these pills from a family member or a friend which led to the state passing a law limiting first-time prescriptions for opioids to only 7 days’ worth.
  4. Heroin abuse has increased more than 300% in the past decade. More than 9% of Indiana teenagers under the age of 19 have abused heroin at some point in their life. This has led to a higher than average rate of heroin abuse in Indiana.
  5. More than 60% of young adults admit to heavy alcohol use, and more than 40% of those participate in binge drinking. This has led to more than 35% of all substance abuse treatment admissions being for alcohol dependence.

Impactful Addiction Stats

  1. Tobacco use is a big problem in Indiana, with pregnant women accounting for about 15% of all tobacco users.
  2. In 2010, the rate of children abusing alcohol and drugs finally declined after years of consistently rising. Since then, however, the rate of smokeless cigarettes such as vapes in Indiana has increased.
  3. In 2015, opioid prescriptions reached an all-time high when Indiana providers wrote 109 opioid prescriptions per 100 people.
  4. About 30% of all new HIV infections are due to the sharing of drug needles.
  5. More than 20% of all Hoosiers, or Indiana residents, between the ages of 12 and 20 regularly drink alcohol.
  6. Young people between 18 and 25 years have the highest rate of tobacco use at 42%.
  7. Of all Indiana teens, more than 5% between the ages of 12 and 17 years admit to having abused pain killers at some point in their lives.
  8. More than 15% of all high school students use marijuana every year.
  9. Overdoses in which heroin was a contributing factor increased more than 2000% from 2005 to 2015.
  10. Prescription drug abuse is a factor in almost 30% of all substance abuse treatment admissions in Indiana.

Selecting a Facility is the First Step

If you are in Indiana looking for alcohol or substance abuse treatment, you are in the right place. It may seem like a daunting challenge at first: to determine which program is most thorough and appropriate. The search for the right help for yourself or a loved one can be frustrating and daunting. By working to help you find the right rehabilitation facility in Indiana, we eliminate those pressures. We know it is challenging to decide to become sober; we make the rest as easy as possible with our supportive and caring experts. will help you decide which option is best for you or your loved one.

Health Insurance Providers Covering Drug Addiction Treatment
  • Medicaid
  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • United Health Care
  • Tricare
  • Aetna

State Specific Hotlines & Resources

  • National Hopeline Network. A hotline that can be used for advice and help during overdoses.
  • 800-784-2433.
  • Drug-Free Marion County. Gives guidance to help people get through their addiction. 317-254-2815.
  • National Youth Crisis Line. A hotline for minors struggling with addiction and overdoses. 1-800-448-4663.
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