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Toledo, Ohio is one of the city's that has been hardest hit by the national opioid epidemic, in addiction to high rates of addiction to other substances. Fortunately, treatment is available.

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Addiction and Rehab in Toledo, Ohio

The state of Ohio is currently suffering from some of the highest rates of substance abuse and overdose in the country, and the city of Toledo is no different. Thousands of local residents are in urgent need of rehab, but the majority will not get the treatment that they need. However, hope is out there. Both local and remote treatment centers are available to help Toledo residents get started on the road to recovery.

Cocaine Availability on the Rise in Toledo

Over the past decade, a rise in availability of powdered and crack cocaine has been spotted by the Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network (OSAM). Surveyed active and recovering users reported that in January of 2017, the availability of powdered cocaine in Toledo, on a scale of 0-10, was a 10. In January of 2009, that availability was as low as a 2.

The National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) recorded 707 cocaine cases within six months, (July through December of 2016), coming from Toledo, with 27.2% coming out of Lucas County alone.

In the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) conducted by the Ohio Department of Health in 2013, 3.8% of high school students surveyed reported trying some form of cocaine in their lives. This number will naturally increase as population and availability of cocaine grows. While no more recent survey has been released, it would not be a stretch to imagine the number of total students who have used cocaine grows with the availability.

Heroin and Other Opioids in Toledo, Ohio

Despite this increase in cocaine, OSAM reports that heroin and prescription opioids are still the most in demand. Fentanyl, a prescription pain reliever, is used to cut with cocaine, and has been involved in many cases. OSAM reported 595 cases of prescription opioid use from June 2016 to January 2017, 44% of which involved fentanyl. YRBS reported that 12.8% of students in Ohio (2013) had admitted to using a painkiller without a prescription, and students with a disability are nearly twice as likely to abuse a prescription drug.

The market for prescription drugs is constantly in flux based off availability. So, heroin filled in as a cheaper alternative for many going through withdrawals. Heroin has been more readily available throughout the years, and was involved in 728 cases in Toledo (again, from July through December of 2016).

In 2012, the last reported year, 680 had died from heroin overdoses.

Prescription drug use was the highest abuse among high school students, which makes them more likely to turn to heroin later.

Toledo is holding the manufacturers and distributors responsible for “alleged fraudulent and negligent marketing and distribution of prescription drugs.” $400,000 of taxpayer money went to the Toledo firefighters to respond to opioid related emergencies in 2017.

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Drug Treatment In Toledo, Ohio

Rehabilitation can be difficult when one feels isolated. The Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program, (UMADAOP Lucas County), has helped many throughout Toledo through its Traditional and Holistic Programs. As well as boasting close to 600 alumni and nearly 3,000 current participants in its program. Don’t let your addiction add to the number of deaths the City of Toledo has incurred.

If someone you know needs help, Ohio legislation has enacted the Casey Law. Parents, relatives, and friends can petition a probate court order involuntary treatment of someone suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, who is an immediate danger to themselves or someone else. If the court ratifies the decision, the person seeking treatment will incur all cost of the court and rehabilitation.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Area 55 Alcoholics Anonymous P.O. Box 401
Toledo, OH 43697

College Programs

Counseling and Wellness Services

Mercy College of Ohio

2221 Madison Avenue
Toledo, Ohio 43604

University Counseling Center

University of Toledo

2801 W. Bancroft Street
MS #341 RH 1810, Toledo, OH 43606

Counseling Services

Lourdes University

6832 Convent Blvd.
Sylvania, OH 43560

The BGSU Counseling Center

Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

Bowling Green
Ohio 43403-0001

AA and NA Meetings in Toledo

Name Address Fellowship Hours
AA Central Office AA Central Office, 3328 Glanzman Rd., Toledo, OH 43614 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Tuesday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Wednesday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monroe Area Intergroup P.O. Box 363, Monroe, MI 48161 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

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