In recent surveys preformed by The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), 2,915 or 6.5% of Oregon's 45,076 state residents who admitted themselves into treatment for heroin. Not including the 10,640 state residents who admitted themselves into treatment for either opiates or more than one drug. Studies also show that 85,000 or 2.84% of Oregon' s citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment fort illicit drug and alcohol use in the past year. Surveys indicate that 0.7% of high school seniors polled had tried heroin at least one time in last month. The most common form of heroin encountered in Oregon is Mexican black tar heroin. Mexican drug trafficking organizations primarily control the transportation and distribution of Mexican black tar and brown powdered heroin into and throughout Oregon with Mexican street gangs and outlaw motorcycle gangs involved to a lesser extent. Black tar heroin is produced in Mexico and transported from the Southwest Border states directly to Oregon.
People choose to do the drugs and/or alcohol the same as they will make the CHOICE not to do them. The decision is within every person to be empowered or to be powerless. Being empowered is the obvious CHOICE to a happier and morefull life, now and in the future.
Are you or a loved one struggling with Heroin? Are you looking for a way to truly overcome Drug addiction? Are you one of the many who return to treatment over and over only to relapse? Does it seem as if you or your loved one is getting worse and not better with each admission?
Most people in Oregon who are looking for help with Heroin 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 5,147 people looking for help, 3,979 or 77.3% will relapse one or more times and return again to the same treatment with the same result.
Most people think of relapse as a slippery slope to ending sobriety. Treatment has worked hard to get that idea across because it not only places fear in people if they use again but it promotes the idea of relapse as an inevitable part of a lifetime cycle of relapse and recovery. At first glance, this seems plausible especially when you become aware that in the state of Oregon of the 5,147 people who sought treatment for Heroin, 77.3% or 3,979 relapsed. The good news is that treatment is not the only option and a proven effective alternative exists.
Freedom Model Retreats’ completely non-12 Step program has both higher rates of success with stopping addiction now and proven long term success of ending Heroin addiction for good. For over 27 years, we’ve worked with people just like you who were tired of the treatment treadmill and wanted a real solution. By combining freedom of choice, empowerment, and personal responsibility with acquiring life skills and building a personalized plan for your goals and dreams, you can finally leave Drug addiction and relapse behind. If you want to end the cycle of relapse for yourself or a loved one, call Freedom Model Retreats today.
You might have come to this page because you or someone close to you is struggling with Heroin Addiction. Maybe Heroin is not the only substance they are choosing to use and the combination of them is causing great pain to you or to your immediate loved ones. Please understand that there is a better life waiting for you. You may have attended a Treatment Center for Heroin in Oregon and are still have difficulties leaving this life style behind. Please know that we understand. Freedom Model has been helping people in this situation for over two decades and we have created a model that will give you the freedom to choose which path you want to take. The responsibility lies within you, you are not dependent on Heroin to lead a happy life, but in your ability to take responsibility of your own actions.
So if you are seeking a Heroin Rehab or Treatment in Oregon please call Freedom Model to learn how our Alternative Programs can give you an opportunity to create lasting change.