Grand Prairie, Alberta
There are approximately 47,000 people in Grand Prairie, AB. Statistically, this means that there are a few thousand adults suffering from substance abuse issues and in need of effective drug rehab programs, and only a small percentage of them receive any help at all. Unfortnately there aren't any listings for drug rehab programs in the city, so how do you find a program that works?
Of the adults seeking drug rehab in Grand Prairie, AB through the Alberta Alcohol and Drug abuse Commission (AADAC) for drugs other than alcohol, the majority 61% received outpatient services. 20% received adult detoxification services, 10% received adult residential treatment and 7% attended the Opioid Dependency Program. 66% of adults seeking drug treatment were male and 34% were female.
According to the Canadian Addiction Survey (2004), nearly 80% of people in Grand Prairie, AB aged 15 years and older drink alcohol, but most drink in moderation and without harm. 17% of past-year drinkers are considered high-risk drinkers according to the World Health Organization's Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT).
Marijuana (cannabis) is still the most widely used illicit drug in North America. Approximately 14% of people in Grand Prairie, AB reported using marijuana in the past year, with 47% of young adults 18-19 having done so. An additional 3.5% reported using an illicit drug other than cannabis. From 1989 to 2004, the percentage of Albertans using cocaine or crack more than doubled, from 1.1% to 2.4%. Use of other illicit drugs such as methamphetamine, heroin, and LSD have remained below 2% each.
More than 18% current illicit drug users in Grand Prairie, AB experienced one or more types of harm related to their drug use during the year prior to the survey.
Call us now at 587-400-5012 for more information on effective drug rehab services for people from Grand Prairie, AB.