Drug Rehab Centers Near River Falls, Wisconsin
River Falls, Wisconsin Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers
Home to 15,500 people, River Falls is a vibrant place of art, nature, and community. The free blue bike program makes it easy to get around the city, and Kinnickinnic State Park offers access to rivers and trails.
For individuals in River Falls who struggle with substance abuse, local rehab provides supplemental addiction treatment. There are also numerous alcohol and drug rehab centers near River Falls that offer primary care.
Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers Near River Falls
Those seeking primary treatment have to travel outside of River Falls. Some people prefer to travel for treatment because it gives them a fresh start in a new environment, which is especially true if they enroll in a residential program. Traveling also allows a person to compare various programs so they can decide which one best fits their situation.
The following alcohol and drug rehab centers near River Falls are less than an hour away. Two offer inpatient drug rehab programs while two provide outpatient treatment. They all use multiple evidence-based therapies for a well-rounded approach.
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Substance Abuse In Pierce County And St. Croix County
Methamphetamine is a significant problem in northwest Wisconsin. In 2016, Pierce County submitted between 20 and 29 methamphetamine cases to the state crime lab, while St. Croix County had more than 30 cases. The methamphetamine epidemic continues to worsen across the state. Here are two methamphetamine arrests from 2018:
- In April, an Ellsworth man and women were charged for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, as well as neglecting a child that was living with them.
- In September, a Spring Valley woman was arrested for possession of five pounds of methamphetamine (among other charges) after police discovered a 1,300 animal fighting operation on her property.
While the opioid crisis has hit Wisconsin hard, the highest rates of opioid incidents are reported in the southeastern part of Wisconsin. St. Croix and Pierce counties have lower rates of opioid deaths and hospitalizations than many other Wisconsin counties. Still, counties like St. Croix are banding together to sue opioid manufacturers for false claims and the high cost of addiction.
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