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6 Drug Rehab Centers in Georgetown, Kentucky

At more than 33,600 population, Georgetown is the 7th largest city in Kentucky and is the seat of Scott County. Georgetown was a small town for many years and began growing in the 1980s when Toyota established its first all-US plant in the community. Today, Georgetown provides residents with several addiction treatment centers to address substance abuse.

Substance Abuse In Georgetown & Scott County

Kentucky’s Office of Drug Control Policy prepares annual reports on substance abuse, overdoses, and other factors that affect drug and alcohol misuse in the state. Here are some significant findings from Scott County and Kentucky:

  • Fentanyl, either combined with heroin or alone, was involved in 623 overdose deaths in Kentucky in 2016.
  • Fentanyl was responsible for 47 percent of all overdose deaths in Kentucky, up from 34 percent in 2015.
  • Scott County wasn’t in the top five counties for overdose deaths in 2016.
  • 14% of Scott County residents engaged in binge drinking in 2016, less than the 15% average for Kentucky.

Traveling For Addiction Treatment

Georgetown, Kentucky has several drug and alcohol rehab centers within city limits. Residents may need to travel for residential treatment. Other resources are available throughout Kentucky and the surrounding states, so consider traveling to find a program that is right for your recovery.

Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky - http://www.kentuckyhealthfacts.org/data/location/show.aspx?cat=1%2C2%2C3%2C5%2C8%2C11&loc=105

Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy - https://odcp.ky.gov/Reports/2017%20Final%20KYODCP-KYASAP%20Annual%20Report.pdf

Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration - https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/locator?sAddr=Georgetown%2C%20Kentucky%2C%20USA#

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