Locating Farmington Rehabilitation Facilities
New Mexico is a state with a serious drug problem. In 2007 to 2008, it was ranked first for illegal drug use among those 12 years of age and older. The rate of drug-induced death in New Mexico is almost double the national average of 12.7 deaths per 100,000 people. More people died from drugs than in motor vehicle accidents.
Farmington is a city along the northern border of New Mexico. It is located in San Juan County, a high drug trafficking area. Although the county has drug courts and drug prevention programs, more needs to be done in Farmington and the state of New Mexico as a whole to reduce drug-related deaths.
What to Bring to Rehab Facilities
Many rehab facilities encourage to you to bring pens and notebooks. They will be used for taking notes as well as writing in your journal. Keeping a journal is often a therapeutic way to show your feelings. Many people have pent-up feelings, so writing them down helps release them. They also help the person discover how their emotions relate to drug and alcohol use.
Types of Alcohol Treatment
Alcoholism is a serious brain disorder that affects many parts of the body. It can cause organ damage or even death. Here are some common types of treatment programs for alcoholism.
- Long-term and short-term inpatient programs
- Outpatient recovery program treatment
- 12-step program
- Medical detoxification
Finding Rehab Facilities in Farmington
Farmington has several rehab facilities in the area, with about 20 more located throughout the state. Finding the right facility is as easy as picking up the phone and calling us. We have information about the various types of treatment options in and near Farmington so you can choose the right recovery for your addiction.
We would love to help you get started on your journey to recovery. Being free of addiction is within your reach.