New Jersey Population 8,521,427
Cocaine remains most popular drug in New Jersey and is the drug of choice for many abusers within the state. Crack remains readily available throughout the state and remains the drug of choice in many lower income communities.
According to the 2003-2004 data from the NSDUH approximately 517,000 (7%) New Jersey citizens (ages 12 or older) reported past month use of an illicit drug. 145,000 (2.03%) reported past year cocaine use. Additional 2003-2003 NSDUH results indicate that 187,000 (2.61%) New Jersey citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 128,000 (1.78%) reported past year illicit drug dependence.
According to the NSDUH data approximately 10% New Jersey 12-17 year olds reported past month use of an illicit drug. 12,000 (1.64%) reported past year cocaine use. Approximately 2,000 kilograms of cocaine were seized by Federal agencies in New Jersey during 2006.
During 2006 there were 54,778 admissions to alcohol/drug treatment in New Jersey. 2,507 (4.6%) were for use of cocaine 3,791 (6.9%) for use of crack cocaine. According to 2004-2005 NSDUH data approximately 161,000 (2.25%) New Jersey citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.
When people look for help with Cocaine addiction, they are looking to solve a problem now and forever. The rates of admissions for Cocaine in 2014 were at 3,317 and they seem to climb every year. These numbers represent real people looking for a real, effective solution but not finding it.
Most people in New Jersey who are looking for help with Cocaine are hoping to find a permanent solution to Drug addiction. Traditional treatment , in the form of 12 Steps and rehabs, is not an effective solution for long term success. In 2014, of the 3,317 people looking for help, 2,488 or 75% will relapse one or more times and return again to the same treatment with the same result.
Treatment would have you think your options are recovery and relapse. That’s very convenient as those are the options that treatment can promise. Treatment delivers on that promise to the detriment of people seeking help for Cocaine. Of those, 3,317 people admitted for treatment, 75% or 2,488 relapsed. The proportion of people who return to treatment for relapse goes up as treatment continues. To sum it up, the more treatment you get the more likely you are to relapse! Treatment not only doesn’t work but outcomes for people can get worse with more treatment. Obviously, another more effective option is needed. For over 27 years, people in New Jersey seeking help with Cocaine are turning to Saint Jude Retreats’ non 12 Step as the more effective solution.
Isn’t it time to stop wasting your precious time and money on treatment that doesn’t work? Saint Jude Retreats’ completely Non-12 Step program has both higher rates of success with stopping addiction now and long term success of ending addiction for good. Saint Jude has been providing an effective approach for over 27 years that focuses on you moving forward in life beyond addiction. As you build self confidence, empowerment, and personal responsibility, you will also be writing a plan that provides concrete goals for you to pursue happiness and fulfillment in whatever ways your passions lead you. If you or a loved one is ready to leave relapse and Cocaine addiction behind, call Saint Jude Retreats now.
You have taken the time to seek help because of your "addiction" to Cocaine. You might be looking at rehab centers or treatment centers in New Jersey and wonder what the best option for you is. Even if you do not choose St Jude's as your program, at least let us tell you one thing. You and only you can make change possible. You are not diseased, and your current circumstances do not need to dictate the course of your life from this moment forward. When you can call a Cocaine treatment center you will most likely talk to a caring person, but with the wrong message, being that addiction is a disease. Remember that no matter what you decide... you can change