Drug Rehabs in McKinney, TX

Rehabs in the McKinney, Texas, area report higher treatment admissions for meth abuse than past years, compared with smaller increases in cocaine or heroin.

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    Substance Abuse Trends in McKinney, Texas

    McKinney, Texas, forms a part of the northern suburbs above Dallas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Throughout the 2000s, the city was repeatedly ranked as one of the nation’s fastest growing cities. McKinney had an estimated population of 179,804 people as of January 1, 2018. The city’s proximity to a metroplex of over 7.1 million people is responsible for most of its substance abuse trends. The most commonly abused substances in the city include alcohol, meth, cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

    In McKinney’s Collin County, the rate at which prescription opioids are dispensed have gone down, yet opioid-related overdose deaths have risen. Local authorities cite an increase in the presence of fentanyl in heroin and even cocaine. From 2014 to 2015, Collin County’s opioid overdose fatalities increased by 20%, totaling 24 deaths. In 2017, over a thousand pounds of heroin and almost 21,000 pounds of cocaine were seized in Texas. A fifth of drug possession and sale arrests are for opium (the plant used to make drugs like oxycodone and heroin) or cocaine.

    Stimulant Addiction in McKinney

    While rates of opioid addiction in McKinney are lower than the national average, the area still suffers from high rates of stimulant abuse. As stimulants, meth and cocaine cause addiction through different pathways in the brain than opioids or benzodiazepines. Nonetheless, a stimulant addiction can be just as devastating to an individual’s health and behavior. Meth may cause violent behavior and brain damage, and has been linked to growing numbers of violent crimes.

    In Texas in 2017, of 53 drug manufacturing labs busted by the state, 21 were responsible for producing meth, 7 were used for other amphetamines, and 3 made crack cocaine. In addition, more than 20,931 pounds of cocaine and 5,896 pounds of meth were seized by law enforcement in 2017. Consequently, substance abuse-related crime, like robbery, increased 17% in McKinney between 2012 and 2017; aggravated assault increased by 25%.

    Addiction Statistics for McKinney

    24

    opioid-related deaths

    In 2015, Collin County lost 24 residents to opioid-related overdose.

    712

    substance abuse deaths

    Between 1999 and 2014, 712 adults in Collin County died from drug- or alcohol-related causes.

    32

    thousand dollars

    The cost of Collin County’s hospital use due to substance abuse-related disorders averaged $32,321 per person.

    Addiction Rehab in McKinney

    Due to increases in meth abuse, twice as many Texans are being admitted to rehab for meth addiction. Calls to poison control centers for meth-related issues have increased as well. Many times, people with a meth addiction abuse multiple substances to “come down”–such as alcohol, marijuana, or benzos. Detoxing from these types of substances can be difficult and even life-threatening.

    Collin County’s Substance Abuse Program provides alcohol and drug prevention and intervention services to residents. In addition to prevention information, substance abuse evaluations are also available for a fee. Following an assessment, an individual may be directed to an addiction treatment center. Dallas, Houston, and Austin are the closest major cities with a variety of addiction treatment options.

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      NameLocationPhone
      Lone Star Regional Service Office10420 Plano Rd
      Suite 101 Dallas, Texas 75238
      214-570-1900
      Dallas Area Narcotics AnonymousPO Box 12094
      Dallas, Texas 75225
      888-600-6229

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      The University of Texas at Dallas

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      800 W. Campbell Rd.
      SSB45, Richardson, TX 75080-3021

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