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The Impact of Addiction in Oklahoma

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers, Counseling in Oklahoma

About 60 native American tribes have lived in ‘The Sooner State’ Tourists will wander through the ancient mountains of Spiro and encounter early Cherokee life in the replica villages of Tahlequah. Take your choice of cattle-wrangling at a ranch, cheering bronc riders at a rodeo, or enjoying steak at Cain’s Ballroom. Oklahoma lay claim to the longest driveable stretch of Route 66, littered with rugged roadside attractions. The State is also host to the Red Earth Festival, an annual extravagance by native American artists.

With its central location, the residents of Oklahoma feel the effects of all its neighboring states–including the increasing drug and alcohol problem. The state ranks second in the United States of America for residents with substance abuse disorders. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), since 2004 the state of Oklahoma continuously exceeds the national standard of substance abuse cases. Statistics show that approximately 12.7% of the state population uses illegal drugs and another 4.9% of the state population abuse alcohol in a given year.

A wonderful place to visit and stay, of course, but Oklahoma, sadly, has issues with substance addiction.

Reports show that Oklahoma experiences the fastest growth of residents developing a prescription drug problem. In 2010, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health Reports announced that the state led the nation with over 8% of 12-year-olds and older teens using and abusing non-prescribed painkillers. Annually, Oklahoma is also pronounced to be the number one state for prescribed painkillers. As a result, 14.21% of all deaths in Oklahoma between 2008 and 2017 were caused by drugs and alcohol.

In 2017, Oklahoma spent more than $37 million to combat addiction by investing in quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment. The state offers several rehabilitation programs to help set individuals on the path to recovery. However, an estimated 600 to 800 people are on waiting lists each day for inpatient addiction treatment.

Worst Drugs in Oklahoma

  1. Many research studies show that the state mainly struggles with drugs such as methamphetamine and opioids–and these substances cause the highest rate of overdose in Oklahoma. Methamphetamine remains one of the largest drugs in the state overall. In 2009, 2,965 individuals received treatment for amphetamine addiction.
  2. During 2007-2008, Oklahoma ranked first among all states for the number of people using pain relievers for non-medical use–especially among those ages 12 and older. In 2009, 1,533 individuals went to drug rehabilitation for opiates other than heroin. Popular opioids abused include OxyContin and Vicodin.
  3. Similar to other states, alcohol is one of the main substances abused by Oklahoma residents. According to statistics, 30% of residents choose alcohol as their first choice. America’s Health Rankings Annual Report on Binge Drinking found that 20.7% of Oklahoma residents ages 18-44 participated in binge drinking in 2017 alone.
  4. Cocaine belongs on the list of the top five drugs abused in Oklahoma. There were a reported 817 people who entered drug addiction treatment in 2009 for smoking cocaine and another 309 people who were admitted for ingesting cocaine by other means.
  5. Lastly, marijuana is also frequently abused. In 2009, 3,675 people were admitted to treatment for marijuana dependence. Of that number, 22.1% of those were aged 21-25.

Impactful Addiction Stats

  1. A recent survey involving over 10,000 students showed that: 44% reported marijuana use, 11% reported methamphetamine use, 9% reported cocaine use, and 2% reported heroin use.
  2. Of all the Oklahoma drug overindulgence deaths reported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2018, 308 fatalities involved opioid overdose (both prescribed and non-prescribed).
  3. While Oklahoma’s deaths involving opioid prescriptions declined from 251 in 2017 to 172 in 2018, the state’s opioid prescription was higher than the average U.S. rate of 51.4 per 100 persons during the year.
  4. Drug overdose deaths in the state increased by 91% over the past 15 years and continue to rise.
  5. Almost 1,000 Oklahoma residents die each year from a drug overdose.
  6. Among opioid-involved deaths, those involving heroin or synthetic opioids other than methadone (mainly fentanyl and fentanyl analogs) remained steady with a respective 84 (a rate of 2.2) and 79 (a rate of 2.0) deaths reported in 2018.
  7. Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 33% of Oklahoma high school students (grades 9-12) reported having used marijuana at least once in their lifetime.
  8. On an America’s Health Rankings survey from 2019, 14.0% of adults in Oklahoma admitted to either binge drinking or chronic drinking on at least one occasion within the past 30 days.
  9. According to TEDS – the Treatment Episode Data Set – report for 2010, more than 16,900 people were enrolled in a drug rehabilitation program in Oklahoma.
  10. Of those enrolled, 61.6% were male while the remaining 38.4% were female.

Selecting a Facility is the First Step

Alcohol and substance addiction and dependency are extremely complicated and do tremendous damage to the lives of individuals and their families. Fortunately, thousands of care centers in the United States and in Oklahoma specifically are committed to beginning and supporting people who are addicted to rehabilitation. The variety of recovery services is remarkable and one care seeker ‘s experience is dramatically different from another. Similarly, the ideal treatment for one addict to recovery is ineffective for another. Our admissions staff are available 24 hours a day to help you search.

Health Insurance Providers Covering Drug Addiction Treatment
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Oklahoma
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