Drug Rehabs in Sioux City, IA

While alcohol remains the most reported addiction issue in Sioux City, Iowa, rates of meth abuse have increased eightfold in the state.

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    Substance Abuse Trends in Sioux City, Iowa

    Sioux City, Iowa, is home to 82,684 residents in Woodbury and Plymouth counties. In the northwestern part of Iowa, the city sits at the head of the Missouri River, approximately an hour and a half from the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area. For Iowans, the most common substances of abuse include alcohol, marijuana, methamphetamines, as well as increasing numbers of prescription and synthetic opioids. Opioid-related rehab admissions have tripled since 2005 in Iowa.

    Addiction treatment centers in northwestern Iowa have, for decades, reported alcohol as the most common addiction receiving treatment. However, rates of meth abuse have skyrocketed, resulting in almost three times as many people seeking rehab for meth since 2011. Moreover, many who suffer from a substance use disorder participate in poly-drug use. Accordingly, a majority of those admitted to treatment in the area are abusing multiple substances upon admission. Those suffering from addiction to multiple substances should ensure their recovery meets all of their addiction needs and combines medication-assisted treatment with clinical therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy.

    Gambling Addiction in Sioux City

    For residents of the Sioux City area, legal gambling casinos are never too far away. For some, the hobby can become an uncontrollable compulsion that devastates families and businesses. Of all Iowans, 13% have experienced at least one problem stemming from gambling. Because pathological gamblers have the highest rates of suicide among all types of addictions, it’s important to recognize signs of problem gambling early.

    Common signs of a gambling addiction include:

    • Frequently thinking about how to secure more money to gamble
    • Needing to gamble with increasing amounts of money
    • Gambling to relieve feelings of helplessness, guilt, anxiety, or depression
    • Trying to recoup losses by gambling further (known as “chasing” losses)
    • Stealing to get gambling money
    • Lying about or hiding gambling habits
    • Asking others to bail you out of financial trouble after gambling

    Addiction Statistics for Sioux City

    29.4

    percent

    Almost a third (29.4%) of adults in Plymouth County drink excessively compared to 21.4% of adults in Woodbury.

    96

    meth-related deaths

    In 2017, meth-related deaths in Iowa increased eightfold from the 12 reported in 2011, totaling 96.

    7,763

    meth treatment admissions

    In 2017, 7,763 Iowans reported meth as their primary drug of choice upon entering addiction treatment.

    Addiction Treatment in Sioux City

    Admitting you have an addiction and seeking help for it can be hard, but also life-saving. Repeated drug and alcohol abuse can destroy your body as well as your personal and professional relationships. In Iowa, alcohol-related hospitalizations and fatalities have increased over the past decade. Specifically, alcohol-induced cirrhosis mortality has increased 73% for men and 82% for women in the Hawkeye State.

    Without treatment, years of meth abuse can result in semi-permanent psychological damage, skin sores, weight loss, and complications of the heart and lung systems. In 2011, 12 Iowans died of meth-related causes; by 2017, that number had jumped to 96.

    I know a lot of people I put in prison for years, they just said it was highly addictive and their lives got ruined. Now they’re out, some I think are doing very well. But it’s a constant battle for them, I’m sure, with that addiction.

    - Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew, Sioux City Jounral, 2018

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      Briar Cliff University

      For all Briar Cliff students, counseling services are accessible, free and classified. The campus counselor is a licensed independent social worker (LISW) that works with several life problems including: depression, nervousness, emotional issue, pressure, alcohol or drug use/abuse, relationship tribulation, sex crime and force.

      3303 Rebecca Street
      Sioux City, Iowa 51104

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      Morningside College

      Students are provided with an opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings at Morningside Personal counseling with an objective person in a confidential, safe setting built on trust and mutual respect.

      1501 Morningside Avenue
      Sioux City, Iowa 51106

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