In recent surveys preformed by The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), 1,262 or 5.6% of North Carolina's 22,574 state residents who admitted themselves into treatment for heroin. Not including the 7,664 state residents who admitted themselves into treatment for either opiates or more than one drug. Studies also show that 196,000 or 2.8% of North Carolina's citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment fort illicit drug and alcohol use in the past year. Surveys indicate that 2.3% of high school seniors polled had tried heroin at least one time in their lives. Heroin use and availability is reportedly low in North Carolina and is mainly confined to the major Central and Eastern metropolitan centers; however, developing information may suggest heroin trafficking has been underreported. Mexican drug-trafficking organizations transport small consignments of Mexican brown and black tar heroin from the Southwest Border states to North Carolina using private and commercial vehicles and express parcel services. Other Hispanic, Asian, and African-American traffickers transport South American, Southeast Asian, and Southwest Asian heroin from Miami, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Philadelphia by private vehicles and networks of commercial bus and airline.
It is a known fact that most individuals that are involved in drug use have a more likelihood to succeed in a residential drug rehab center than in an outpatient drug rehab. The amount of time that individuals spend in the programs varies from 28 days to a year. There are also many philosophies when it comes to determining what type of drug rehab is best for specific individuals.
Finding help for Heroin addiction can seem overwhelming. Especially if you or a loved one has been to treatment before. You may have been told you will have to live in a cycle of relapse and recovery for the rest of your life. That’s simply not true! There is a solution to the treatment cycle-the non 12 Step solution.
It’s true that people in North Carolina value their independence and freedom. If you or a loved one live with Drug addiction, you know how Heroin can seem to rob you of your freedom and life choices. Choosing treatment can feel like your only options are to be a prisoner to the drug or to the treatment program. Finally, people in North Carolina have another, more effective option that restores freedom without fear of relapse and without having to dedicate yourself to working a program-the non 12 Step program at Freedom Model Retreats. You can finally get beyond not only addiction but also the lifelong fear of relapse promoted by treatment.
Relapse is a problem because treatment doesn’t work! Going back to treatment that didn’t work before is likely to have the same result of not ending addiction. Even worse, people who go to treatment over and over may actually binge more or even try combinations that can prove lethal. In 2014, 2,557 sought treatment. 77.3% or 1,977 relapsed after treatment for Heroin. So if the answer isn’t treatment—what does work? The totally non 12 Step approach of Freedom Model Retreats that has helped people from North Carolina for over 27 years.
While it’s clear that treatment doesn’t work from research and statistics, an effective solution is available. For over 27 years, Freedom Model Retreats has been providing an evidence based, effective completely non 12 Step approach to end addiction for people from North Carolina and all over the nation. Freedom Model has worked with people struggling with all types of addiction, including Heroin, to help them to move confidently beyond addiction and get back to living their life, not their recovery. Our program focuses on helping people recognize their own options, freedom of choice, and empowering them to change while they strengthen the necessary life skills and write their own self directed plan for success. If you are ready to chase your hopes and dreams instead of the next fleeting high moment and you can commit to change, Freedom Model Retreats is for you! Call Freedom Model Retreats now and learn how you can get started on a road beyond addiction today.
Over the last two decades people have called us with Heroin problems wondering if their addiction to Heroin was in fact a disease. The truth is that it is not. People from North Carolina as well as many other states overcome Heroin problems every day without treatment and endless meetings.
If you want to live a life free from Heroin addiction please call Freedom Model's. We have helped many people from North Carolina find a solution to their problems. We are here to show you how life has so much more to offer.