The Florida Institute of Technology
reports that alcohol and addictive drugs contribute to over 50 percent of all suicides, and these same substances are a factor in approximately 80 percent of domestic violence cases.
Statistics like this make it clear that addictions are simply too dangerous to ignore, and that the work done in Wyoming drug rehab programs might be more important now than it ever was before. It might also be time for you to think about enrolling in a program like this, so you can move forward with your life and leave addiction behind.
Care in Wyoming
If you have a dual diagnosis, you might need to go to an out-of-state program in order to obtain the help you’ll need.
There are many different kinds of Wyoming drug rehab programs available, including nonprofit programs like the Central Wyoming Counseling Center, and multiple private addiction programs that can help people to tackle their addictions. It’s likely that you can find a program to help you with your addiction, and that program might be located quite close to your home. There might be some people, however, who need to travel in order to get the care they’ll need. For example, the Substance Abuse Gaps Analysis Report from Wyoming Mental Health and Substance Abuse Divisions found that there were few Wyoming treatment centers available to meet the needs of people with mental illnesses as well as addictions.
Do I Need Help? If you can answer “yes” to questions like this, it’s time for you to think about enrolling in a comprehensive treatment program for your addiction:
- Have you tried to quit on your own and found that you couldn’t?
- Are you frightened by the amount of substances you take?
- Are your relationships suffering due to your drug use?
- Have you done something risky, like driving, while you were under the influence?
- Are you unable to control how often you use?
Most states keep a database of treatment options available, and Wyoming is no exception. The Wyoming Department of Health, Behavioral Health Division keeps a list of treatment providers separated by counties, and users can quickly click on the interactive map and find providers that are close to them. The site doesn’t rank the programs by effectiveness, however, and the department is quick to point out that inclusion on the list shouldn’t be construed as an endorsement of that clinic. If you were hoping to use this map to help you make an informed decision about the care that’s right for you, this might not be the robust database you were hoping for. If proximity to your home isn’t important and you’re willing to travel for care, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration also provides a treatment locator that can help you to find programs for your addiction care. This program also requires you to search by location; however, it can be hard for users to find specific types of programs that could meet their needs.
We can also help you to find the right kind of program, and we can answer your questions about addiction rehab. Just call our toll-free line in order to get started. We’ll ask you a few questions about your history, and when we have an understanding of your addiction, we’ll look for a program that can meet your needs.