In the state of Texas Methamphetamine is widely abused, especially in more rural areas. Most of the state supply is the crystalline form of Methamphetamine and has been smuggled in from Mexico, although locally "cooked" Crystal Meth substances are also becoming more prevalent through Caucasian criminal groups, prison gangs, and street gangs. Many of the gangs associated with the production of Texas Meth are reportedly involved in a large number of homicides and contract killings. In year 2002, 92 percent of methamphetamine related rehabilitation admissions were accounted for by Caucasians, although the number of male arrestees that tested positive for the drug remained below 5 percent. In 2002 Texas ranked second in the country for highest quantity of seized Methamphetamine, at 367 kgs.
In 2010, crystal meth lab accidents in Texas increased to over 10,000. What many people don't realize is that after a home has been seized by the authorities, that the homeowners, landlords and banks are not required to clean the property in the state of Texas. This means that they will allow someone to move right in the next day if they want to. Crystal meth labs are leaving behind deadly chemicals that are causing chemical poisoning to anyone who decides to reside that specific home including children and animals. There are a variety of programs that are alternatives to Crystal meth rehab and treatment in Texas such as non-12 step programs and equine therapy working with animals. These options are available to you if you are not interested in a 12 step program.
Over the last two decades people have called us with Crystal Meth problems wondering if their addiction to Crystal Meth was in fact a disease. The truth is that it is not. People from Texas as well as many other states overcome Crystal Meth problems every day without treatment and endless meetings.
If you want to live a life free from Crystal Meth addiction please call Freedom Model's. We have helped many people from Texas find a solution to their problems. We are here to show you how life has so much more to offer.