Opiate Rehab New Jersey? No, its time for a change. You used opiates in New Jersey, does that mean you can’t stay sober in New Jersey… No. I will tell you though that it is much, much easier to get and stay sober in a place your body and mind isn’t already associating with Opiates.
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Hospital in Jersey Finds Other Means of Treating Patients It has been widely known for quite some time that the nationwide heroin epidemic is in large part a direct result of the vast over-prescription of opioid painkillers. More than half of all cases of heroin addiction reportedly begin with an introduction to narcotic pharmaceutical medications
New Jersey’s Alarming Heroin Problem The heroin epidemic is still raging across the United States. In fact, a recently released Center for Disease Control study found that heroin use has more than doubled in the last ten years. And bad as the situation is across the country, it’s even worse in New Jersey. According to
Younger Addicts are Overdosing More Often There’s been a large shift in the demographics of heroin addicts over the last fifteen years. Coinciding with this demographic shift is another shift – the spike in heroin overdose rates among younger white individuals from the Midwest. Consider that in 2000, way back in the halcyon days of
New Jersey Laws Target Opioids & Overdose In the fight against heroin and prescription painkillers, few states have battled as hard as New Jersey. Often regarded as New York’s younger sibling, New Jersey has been in the limelight frequently over the past decade thanks to a skyrocketing number of opioid addicts. Consider that upwards of