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Canadian Provinces

Alberta (AB)
With approximately 3.6 million inhabitants the province of Alberta is large and populated. this province faces a substance abuse problem and drug threat that is very troublesome and seems to be increasing every year. The drugs available will be depending on whether the northern region of the province or the southern region is examined. One substance that is consistently abused in large quantities across the entire Alberta province is alcohol.

British Columbia (BC)
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Manitoba (MB)
With a population of more than 1.2 million inhabitants in the province of Manitoba, many of these residents have substance abuse issues. Alcohol is commonly used by people of all ages and is often consumed in excessive amounts. This has led to addiction and even death in some cases. Cocaine is another big problem in Manitoba and it’s commonly available in almost every city in the province.

New Brunswick (NB)
With a populous of over 750,000 in New Brunswick while the province itself is small the substance abuse issues the residents are faced with is enormous. Alcohol use is common, and underage drinking is a given. Binge drinking had increased notably and many young adults are getting injured or worse because of alcohol use. Illegal drug use is also a rising issue in New Brunswick. Law enforcement has stepped up activities intended to identify and eliminate illegal drugs in the province but this has not had a substantial impact on the rates of drug use and the crimes associated with said substance abuse. A notable amount of illegal drug trade in New Brunswick has some type of gang association.

Newfoundland and Labrador (NL)
Newfoundland is a province often combined with Labrador, and the total residents for both small provinces are only around 500,000. One of the fastest growing drug problems in Newfoundland is the abuse of Oxycontin and other prescription opiate medications. These drugs are swallowed, crushed, snorted, and injected, many residents have formed an addiction to the drugs abused. Oxycontin can be purchased with a prescription and may cost around $7 a pill. On the street, this same pill can have a value of $80, or sometimes more. This has led to individuals selling their drugs, and also to individuals committing crimes to buy the drugs on the street.

Northwest Territories (NT)
In the northern area of Canada lies the Northwest Territories with a population of just over 41,000 people. Substance abuse in this region is a very large problem and covers a wide range of substances. Crystal Methamphetamine use is becoming an epidemic in the region and has had a significant impact on communities. This drug is produced in the area in small amounts, and larger quantities are shipped in from other regions and countries. Heroin use in the Northwest Territories is on the rise as more individuals try this drug but the rate of use is still fairly low. This drug is being found with increasing frequency throughout and that worries law enforcement.

Nova Scotia (NS)
Canada can be the best choice as a location for your rehab, Valiant Recovery offers a facility which is set away from highly populated areas, and you will think twice about leaving before your treatment is finished, If you have a plane to get home. you must give advance notice to the airlines or pay expensive fees, so you are more likely to stick it out and finish the program when you attend a rehab Canada facility. You want a remote setting, but you do not want to sacrifice comfort or personal attention, and we offer all of these amenities and much more.

Nunavut (NU)

Prince Edward Island (PE)
Valiant Recovery is a rehab Canada facility that offers all-inclusive substance abuse treatment that is effective. You will pay more than what the typical rehab costs, but you also will get numerous benefits and treatment that is effective for this price. One-on-one counseling is not offered at most rehab centers, because of the high cost involved with this method, but what price are you willing to put on your sobriety? if you are going to choose an upscale rehab Canada is the right location, and Valiant Recovery is the right facility if you are serious about your recovery and want lasting results.

Saskatchewan (SK)
More then 1 million residents in the Saskatchewan province of Canada, and in this province also has a big problem with substance abuse. There are several drugs that negatively impact the population of Saskatchewan, and Alcohol also plays a part in this as well. This province is situated along the northern US border and drugs may be smuggled into Saskatchewan from the USA as well as other provinces in Canada. Alcohol is frequently used and abused by residents here, and this use crosses age groups or income levels. Young adults are the group that consumes that most alcohol but other age groups in Saskatchewan also have high rates of alcohol use as well.

Ontario (ON)
Ontario with approximately 12.8 million individuals this province has a large drug problem that has many effects on the communities in Ontario. Hallucinogenic drugs are very popular in Ontario, mainly in younger adults, and many prefer this type of drug over all others. Alcohol is also often abused, and many users mistakenly believe that because this substance is legal it is okay to use and abuse without fear of addiction. More than 22% of high school students in Ontario report binge drinking on a regular basis. Boys are more likely to abuse alcohol and other drugs, but only by a small amount.

Quebec (QC)
More than 8 Million people in Quebec and many of these residents have problems with substance abuse. Positioned on the border between the United States of America and Ontario the province of Quebec has a problem with numerous drugs, some manufactured in the province and others smuggled in from other places. Alcohol is one substance widely abused across the entire province of Quebec, and many who abuse this substance do so illegally because they are under the required age to drink. Another drug that is commonly found is cocaine, and some of the drug available has been smuggled in from the US, especially New York state.

Yukon (YT)

American States

Alabama (AL)
The population of Alabama is 4,802,740, and the capital city of this state is Montgomery. There are around 44,000 individuals in Alabama on probation and another 28,000 people who are in the prison system here. Marijuana is the drug most commonly used across the state of Alabama, but crack cocaine, methamphetamine, and cocaine are also frequently used as well. The user of heroin and club drugs is small but these numbers have been increasing in recent years, especially near larger cities like Mobile and Birmingham. A warmer climate allows the cultivation of marijuana, both indoors and outside, but much of this drug is imported by the drug cartels as well.

Alaska (AK)
Alaska has approximately 722,718 individuals, and the capital city of this state is Juneau. The prison population of Alaska is close to 6,000, up 3.8% in the last 2 years, and there are thousands of more people who are on probation or parole. Marijuana and cocaine use are both rampant and many individuals arrested for all types of crime test positive for either one or both of these drugs in jail. 44% of individuals arrested are tested positive for marijuana regardless of the crimes committed, while between 20% and 43% of those arrested tested positive for cocaine when categorized by crime type.

Arizona (AZ)
In the southwest of the US, Arizona is located with a population of approximately 5,940,000, Phoenix is the capital city of this state, and Arizona is a border state with Mexico which makes it a popular choice for drug trafficking from Mexico to the USA by the drug cartels. A crime rate closer to 30% higher than the national average crime rate is due to a large part by the drug issues in the state. Over 32,000 prisoners are incarcerated in the Arizona prisons, and close to 70,000 residents of the state are on probation.

Arkansas (AR)
The state of Arkansas has approximately 2.78 million people the capital of Arkansas is Little Rock and drugs are available in a number of ways. With a crime rate which is 17% higher than the crime rate of the USA by national average. Most crimes that are committed in this state are around 88%, are property related such as thefts, burglaries, car thefts, and other types of property crimes. The inner cities of Arkansas have seen a big increase in the use of both crack cocaine and powdered cocaine, and methamphetamine is a drug found throughout the state as well.

California (CA)
A population of more then 36 million individuals California is one of the largest and most populated states in the US. Sacramento is the capital of this state, but many drugs are trafficked into California from Mexico through San Diego and surrounding areas. Over 85% of the crimes committed in the state of California are for nonviolent crimes including drug offenses that do not involve violence. In a typical month more then 900 people will die from alcohol related events and more then 150 will die from an overdose due to drug use.

Colorado (CO)
Almost in the center of the United States, Colorado is known for mountains and snow, but this state also has problems with drugs and substance abuse just like any other. Denver is the capital of Colorado. Property crimes account for 90% of the crimes committed in the state, and Colorado has a crime rate that is around 5%-6% higher than the national crime rate average. Each month the state of Colorado will see around 60 DUI arrests and 110 deaths due to alcohol-related issues. In addition, the state will experience an average of 80 arrests for drugs and 20 deaths caused by an overdose of illegal drugs.

Connecticut (CT)
Located along the northern east coast of the US is the state of Connecticut. There are over 3.5 million people who populate the state, and many drugs pose a problem here. Connecticut will handle an average for 45 arrests each day for DUI, and around 80 people each month will die from alcohol-related factors. On average 60 daily drug arrests in the state, and there are approximately 15 deaths each month related to drug overdoses. Even with these statistics, Connecticut enjoys a crime rate that is 25% lower than the national average for the USA, and 90% of the crimes committed are property crimes.

Delaware (DE)
Having over 853,000 people in the state of Delaware, the capital of this state is Dover. Roughly 300 individuals will be arrested in Delaware each month for DUI, and around 20 people will die from alcohol each month. With a monthly average of around 450 drug arrests, and an average of 4 Delaware residents will die each month from drug overdoes caused by illegal substances. The state has passed a zero tolerance law for drugged driving, and the average crime rate for Delaware is more than 10% higher than the national average crime rate.

District of Columbia (DC)
District of Columbia is a district based in the district capital of Washington. The most common drug in Washington is cocaine, this drug can be found in both crack cocaine and powdered cocaine. Urban areas and lower income communities have more crack cocaine available while rural areas and higher income communities will tend to have more cocaine in the powder form. The drug used most frequently is marijuana, and there are three sources of the drug available. Marijuana called “BC Bud” is smuggled across the Canadian border, the drug is cultivated in Washington, and marijuana is smuggled from Mexico through the lower states until it reaches Washington. Black tar heroin that originates in Mexico has also seen a big increase across Washington.

Florida (FL)
Cocaine and marijuana are both common drugs in Florida. Cocaine is brought in from both Mexico and South American countries including Colombia and Bolivia. The state of Florida is then used as a shipping point for the cocaine to be sent across North America. Heroin is also trafficked in Florida and passes through the state to other states in the eastern USA although the actual use of heroin is still relatively low when compared with other states. Prescription medication abuse is also a big problem in Florida.

Georgia (GA)
Drugs have caused a substantial increase in criminal incarceration in Georgia. The state prison holds more than 51,000 residents who have convicted of at least one crime. In addition close to 420,000 individuals in the state are on a probation. Marijuana is the most commonly used drug, with cocaine being a close second. Offenders under the drug laws can be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony, and Georgia has some special circumstances which can increase the penalties for drug offenses.

Guam (GU)

Hawaii (HI)
Some of the strongest marijuana available in the USA comes from Hawaii, and the drug is smuggled through private delivery services and through human smugglers. Hawaii is famous for there tropical climates and exceptional growing conditions ideal for the plant to grow and thrive. In Hawaii, there are more than 62,000 residents who use marijuana on a regular basis, and more then 27,000 residents report abusing prescription medications. Close to 600 individuals in the state reported to having a heroin addiction. over 10,000 residents have reported using cocaine in some form over the last year or two, close to 5,000 people in Hawaii have used hallucinogenic drugs including LSD.

Idaho (ID)
Just being under the influence of marijuana is a criminal offense in Idaho, this can be punished by 6 months in jail as well as a fine of $1,000. these same penalties apply for public use of marijuana. Possession of up to 3 ounces is a misdemeanor and carries a maximum of 1 year in jail and a fine of $1,000. Cultivating or selling marijuana in Idaho had penalties that range from 1-5 years in prison, and quantities above 1 pound bring a mandatory minimum sentence of 1, 3, or 5 years depending on the amount involved.

Illinois (IL)
Additionally to the standard fines and possible incarceration marijuana charges in Illinois can involve additional penalties as well. Per discretion of the court, the full street value of the marijuana possession, sale, or cultivation can be added to the fines levied by the court. Many marijuana offenses end up with a deferred judgment, where probation is given and as long as the probationer completes the sentence then the court orders the offense expunged from the record.

Indiana (IN)
Methamphetamine is made in Indiana, the drug is higher in purity than the methamphetamine that comes from Mexico, but a lot of this drug is available on the street and is shipped in by Mexican drug cartels. Heroin can be found in black tar, Mexican brown, and Asian white varieties, with certain types available in certain areas of the state. Marijuana is smuggled and cultivated into the state of Indiana. Marijuana is grown indoors and outdoors, there is a wide access to this drug. Marijuana is the most commonly abused drug in Indiana and is used by almost all ages and economic levels.

Iowa (IA)
The most commonly abused drug in Iowa is marijuana, this drug is cultivated in the state and also transported in from Mexico and other states in the USA. Club drugs including ecstasy and GHB have been on the rise in Iowa over the last decade, and this class of drugs us typically found in larger cities and metropolitan areas. Some of these drugs are created in hidden labs and others are shipped in from other areas and states. Marijuana affects almost every age group and social level, as well as all economic levels.

Kansas (KS)
Kansas has an increasing problem with methamphetamine. It’s produced locally using hidden labs, often located in homes, vehicles, hotels, motels, and other locations. Law enforcement and stricter laws regulating the chemicals needed it to make methamphetamine have reduced the availability of the drug production in the state but methamphetamine can still be found in most areas of Kansas. Methamphetamine is also smuggled in from Mexico, and this form of the drug is very pure and strong. Cocaine can be also found in rock and powder form, especially in larger cities and urban areas.

Kentucky (KY)
Kentucky is known as a tobacco state, but drugs and substance abuse have become widely available causing problems across the state. Frankfort is the capital city of Kentucky, and this state has a population of over 4.1 million people. One of the biggest threats to residents is heroin, and the use of this drug has increased dramatically. Prescription pain medication including oxycodone, hydrocodone, and other narcotic painkillers are frequently misused, used without a valid prescription, and bought and sold on the street. Another growing problem in Kentucky is methamphetamine, especially in Louisville. This drug has caused many deaths from explosions and toxic fumes related to hidden methamphetamine labs.

Louisiana (LA)
Cocaine can be found almost everywhere in the state of Louisiana and more than 34,000 have reported using some form of cocaine in the last few months. Methamphetamine use in Louisiana is on the rise because of the cheap high that this drug provides. There have been a small number of methamphetamine labs in the state most of the drug is smuggled in by Mexican drug cartels and then distributed around Louisiana.

Maine (ME)
Law enforcement in the state of Maine views heroin and cocaine as the largest threats but there are a number of other drugs available such as methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and marijuana. Statistics show that almost 64,000 Main residents admit to marijuana use and more than 10,000 use cocaine. Over 600 individuals admitted to having a heroin addiction and almost 28,000 people abuse some type of prescription drug. Drug trafficking is a real concern for Maine due to the long coast the state has, as well as the interstate and land-based smuggling routes.

Maryland (MD)
Maryland has close to 120,000 individuals who abuse prescription drugs of some type. In fact, Maryland has seen more prescription drug abuse in the last decade, with drugs including hydrocodone, oxycodone, and other narcotic pain medications are the most often abused. More than 23,000 people are in state prison currently, and tens of thousands more are on probation. On average 2,100 DUI arrests, 2,800 drug offenses, 131 will die from alcohol in some way and 26 will die from drug use.

Massachusetts (MA)
With a crime rate that is one quarter lower than the national average, 22% to be specific, Almost 85% of crimes that occur in Massachusetts are property related and don’t involve violence. Many users will swap between heroin and Oxycontin depending on which dug is available at any time. Methamphetamine can be found in many areas of the state but this drug is not consistently found in large quantities in any city or area. Heroin abuse has increased substantially across Massachusetts, and Oxycontin abuse has also gone up considerably.

Michigan (MI)
Throughout Michigan cocaine is widespread both in the forms on rock and powdered versions, this drug can be found in most areas. Over 175,000 people in Michigan are on the state-supervised probation and roughly 49,000 individuals who are in Michigan prisons. Around 85% of crimes committed in the state are related to property and do not involve violence although these rates may be different for Detroit and other large cities. Methamphetamine has created a crisis in this state, with hidden labs causing health threats and public safety issues.

Minnesota (MN)
Each month the police in Minnesota will make around 1950 DUI arrests and around 120 residents will die because of alcohol. More than 2,500 residents will be arrested for drug offenses each month and around 30 people will die due to illegal drugs. The state supervises more than 114,000 people who are on some type of probation and there are close to 9,000 inmates in prison across Minnesota. The crime rate is actually lower than the national crime rate average by 7%. Roughly 91% of all crimes committed are non-violent crimes involving property.

Mississippi (MS)
The cheap cost of crack and the accessibility of it means this drug has destroyed many individuals and families. Crack cocaine is one of the drugs abused most often in Mississippi, second only to marijuana. Marijuana is the drug used most often in Mississippi and the climate in the sate means that this drug is more cultivated instead of being transported in. Some marijuana is smuggled into the state but most of the drug available on the street is grown locally. When marijuana is smuggled into Mississippi the drug is usually brought into the state by the drug cartel.

Missouri (MO)
Missouri has seen an increasing problem with Heroin, older teens and young adults are most commonly attracted to this drug. In the past, the black tar variety was most common but today the drug is available in the white form which has a higher purity level and quality. Due to this fact, Missouri has seen an increase in heroin overdoses. Another drug that is causing a big problem is cocaine. Both forms crack cocaine and powdered cocaine are widely available, especially in cities and metropolitan hubs. These areas also have club drugs including Ecstasy.

Montana (MT)
Montana law enforcement has reported in recent years an increase in prescription drug abuse. Biggest drug of choice is Oxycontin for prescription drug users, but Hydrocodone and other medications are also available at times. Some marijuana is grown indoors with hydroponic equipment. Marijuana is the drug used most frequently across the state, some of the drugs are smuggled into the state from Canada.

Nebraska (NE)
Nebraska has close to 18,000 people on probation for some criminal offense, often possession or drug use. More than 4,000 residents are incarcerated in prisons under state oversight. 92% of the crimes committed are property crimes and do not involve any violence or injuries. Nebraska police on any given day will make 30 arrests for drug offenses and another 20 for DUI offenses. A resident will die approximately every 3 days from a drug overdose, and roughly 1.3 people will die from alcohol-related circumstances.

Nevada (NV)
The crime rate in Nevada is close to 25% higher than what the average crime rate is for a state in the USA. 85 out of 100 crimes involve property, such as thefts and robberies that don’t involve violence or weapons. More than 12,000 individuals in the state are currently on probation, and around 12,000 people are doing time in Nevada prison. On average of 60 people will die each month because of alcohol, Nevada police arrest an average of 900 individuals for DUI in this time frame. 10 residents each month will die due to an overdose of illegal drugs and an average of 1200 people will be arrested in a month for drug offenses.

New Hampshire (NH)
New Hampshire has almost 2,500 people in prison and more than 4,200 who are on probation for some reason. Many individuals who are in prison or on probation is because of substance abuse. Heroin is a drug that can be found almost anywhere in New Hampshire, and the rate of use for this drug has gone up rapidly. Cocaine is found in most cities, and crack cocaine is popular because of the inexpensive high. Methamphetamine use has also seen a rapid increase, and some of this drug is made in the state while some are being shipped or mailed in from other areas of the country.

New Jersey (NJ)
The crime rate for New Jersey is much lower than the national average, by 28%. Of every 100 crimes committed, 87 of these will be related to property in some way, and the other 13 will involve violence. The drug that causes this problem in New Jersey is cocaine, and the form of the drug used depends on the neighborhood and financial resources. Higher income users prefer the powder form, while lower-income users prefer crack because it costs less.

New Mexico (NM)
In New Mexico, cocaine is one of the biggest drug problems that can be found across the entire state. Cocaine is available in both powder and crack varieties. Marijuana is most commonly abused, this drug is used among almost all age groups. Methamphetamine has also had an increase in use. Law enforcement has reported finding more hidden meth labs and the chemicals needed to make the drug. Prescription drug abuse is another common issue, and many individuals will visit numerous doctors or even turn to criminal methods to get these drugs.

New York (NY)
New York has seen a rise in prescription drug abuse such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, both being the most popular prescription drugs. One drug that is not typically abused in most states is steroids, but some residents of New York commonly take steroids for other than medical purposes. More than 123,000 people are on supervised probation and being monitored in some way, the state prison holds more than 63,000 individuals for criminal convictions that may include DUI and drug offenses. Around 15 individuals in New York will die each day from alcohol in some way, and an average of 3 people will die daily due to illegal drug use and overdose.

North Carolina (NC)
Raleigh is the capital city of North Carolina and has more than 8.6 million people in this state. The crime rate in North Carolina is much higher than the national crime rate average by 21%, and out of every 100 crimes reported, on average 90 of these crimes are non-violent offenses. Law enforcement in North Carolina is very busy due to substance abuse. An average of 110 individuals in this state are arrested every day for DUI and it’s estimated that alcohol-related causes 7 deaths every single day. Police will also arrest around 150 people for drug offenses per day as well as 1 death is attributed to drug-related causes.

North Dakota (ND)
North Dakota has seen a rise in illegal drug use. Both heroin and cocaine can be found in small trace amounts in the state but these drugs have not caused serious problems on a widespread basis yet. Methamphetamine is the biggest drug threat that faces this state. it is smuggled into North Dakota from other states and countries. Law enforcement has been seizing larger quantities of methamphetamine recently and the number of hidden labs used to make this drug has increased across this state.

Ohio (OH)
Ohio has a large heroin problem, this drug and devastated and invaded many communities across the state. The purity level of heroin available has increased substantially while the cost of the drug has dropped significantly, making it very popular with younger adults in Ohio. Cocaine is available in both crack form and powered, found in many areas of the state. Oxycontin, as well as other prescription drugs, are often abused and sold illegally on the street. Ecstasy and other drugs classified as club drugs have seen an increase in use, especially in metropolitan areas and larger cities.

Oklahoma (OK)
The capital city of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City, With a population of over 3.6 million individuals within the state. Oklahoma’s crime rate is higher than the national average by 11%, while many crimes committed in this state are caused by offenses for alcohol or drugs. 88% of all the crimes that are reported were related to property and include theft and robbery. More than 24,000 state residents are serving time in Oklahoma prison, more than 27,000 individuals are on probation in the state. Statistics show that drug use kills roughly 15 people every month in Oklahoma and on average of 1,800 people are arrested every month for drug offenses. Alcohol-related deaths in the state average 85 per month and over 1,350 arrests for DUI are made on a monthly basis.

Oregon (OR)
In the state of Oregon, over 44,000 individuals are on probation and are being supervised. Drug and alcohol-related offenses often lead to probation or even time in prison. In addition, there are more than 13,000 Oregon residents who are incarcerated in prison. There are many drugs present in the state and substance abuse is a big concern. The largest concern for law enforcement in Oregon is methamphetamine. This drug leads to higher rates of violent crimes such as child abuse, domestic violence, and puts the entire public at risk. Hidden methamphetamine labs release toxic fumes and pose explosion risks for innocent individuals close by.

Pennyslvania (PA)
The capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg, with more than 12.4 million people who are living in this state. The rate of property crimes is not as positive, because 15% of the times in Pennsylvania are not property crimes and typically involve crimes against individuals instead of crimes against property. Property crimes include theft, robbery, burglary and other crimes that affect the property. However, the crime rate for this state is lower than the national crime rate average by 21%. Any crimes committed because of substance abuse or addiction are responsible for many of the crimes reported in the state, sadly Pennsylvania does not have enough rehabs and treatment facilities to effectively address these issues completely.

Puerto Rico (PR)

Rhode Island (RI)
With a population of more than 1 million individuals, Rhode Island has a capital city of Providence. Approximately 450 individuals will be arrested each month in this state for DUI offenses. An average of 600 people will be arrested every month by police in Rhode Island for drug offenses. For every 100 crimes reported in Rhode Island, an average of 92 will be property offenses that do not involve violence. An average of 1 resident will die every 6 days because of drug use and overdose, and alcohol will cause 1 resident to die almost every day of the month. The crime rate in this state is lower than the average crime rates in the USA by 23%.

South Carolina (SC)
South Carolina has a growing substance abuse problem, one that has devastating effects on the state. The variety of illegal drugs available in South Carolina are numerous. Heroin use has increased dramatically. This drug is very popular with young adults but heroin use crosses all ages and economic levels. Cocaine in both forms can be found around this state, and crack cocaine is constantly found in heavily populated areas but can be found almost anywhere else in the state as well. More than 38,000 residents in the state are on active probation and state prisons hold over 23,000 residents who are serving time for criminal offenses.

South Dakota (SD)
South Dakota’s Capital city is Pierre and more than 750,000 people live in this state right now. Over 3,000 residents are incarcerated within the state prisons and over 5,000 state residents are currently on active probation and under state supervision. More than 300 people in South Dakota will be arrested each month for DUI charges and over 450 people will be arrested in the same time frame for drug offenses. Approximately 3 people in this state will overdose from illegal drugs in an average month, and alcohol-related causes will cause the death of roughly 20 individuals in the sate as well. As you can see alcohol and illegal drugs have a very large impact on residents in this state.

Tennessee (TN)
Drugs and alcohol are widely accessible across Tennessee, and these factors will affect all ages, income levels, and communities within the state. The biggest threat identified by law enforcement is crack cocaine, although the powder form is also available in many areas of Tennessee. What makes crack cocaine so devastating is how inexpensive it is and the high addiction potential that this drug poses. The national average crime rate for a state is significantly lower than the crime rate in Tennessee, which has a rate of 25% more than the average for the nation. The percentage of property crimes is also lower than the average, with 85% of all the crimes committed involving property compared to some states which have a rate of 90% or higher.

Texas (TX)
Austin is the capital city of Texas state, and almost 23 million people live here. Texas located along the border with Mexico and this location contributes to the drug problem this state is experiencing. Roughly 400 individuals will be arrested every day for drug offenses, and drugs will kill around 4 people a day. There will be about 300 arrests a day for DUI offenses and alcohol will be the reason that roughly 20 people die in Texas daily. The arrest and death statistics for Texas because of alcohol and drugs is astonishing. The state has 21% more crime each year than the national crime rate average, and more 90% of all crimes that occur are property crimes rather than crimes against individuals.

Utah (UT)
There are over 10,000 people who are on some type of probation in Utah, In addition to individuals being supervised on probation, there are almost 6,000 people who are incarcerated in Utah prisons. Many of these individuals have a criminal charge for alcohol or drug-related offenses. The use of methamphetamine has decreased some because of the high prices due to limited availability. Law enforcement has not been finding as much methamphetamine on the street as and the number of hidden labs has dropped as well. Cocaine is a big issue in Utah, and this drug can be found in almost every area of the state.

Vermont (VT)
The capital city of Vermont is Montpelier and this state has roughly 625,000 people who live here. Being one of the smaller states in the US Vermont still has a very big problem with substance abuse and related crime. An estimated 300 residents are addicted to heroin and need treatment. Cocaine users are around 5,000 in Vermont, and there are a very small number of individuals who abuse club drugs including ecstasy. More than over 30,000 state residents have admitted to using some type of marijuana and over 13,000 individuals in the state abuse prescription drugs of some type. The drug most commonly used in this state is marijuana.

Virginia (VA)
With over 7.5 million residents will call Virginia state home, and Richmond is the capital city of this state. This state has many residents with some sort of substance abuse issues. It is estimated that there are more than 75,000 individuals who are on probation, and the prisons of the state are holding more than 35,000 individuals. Many of these individuals were sentenced for drug or alcohol offenses. There are more than 3,500 individuals in Virginia who are addicted to heroin, and over 370,000 residents use marijuana at least occasionally. The number of cocaine users in the state is more than 60,000, and prescription drug abuse is a problem for over more than 161,000 individuals in Virginia.

Virgin Islands (VI)

Washington (WA)
The capital of Washington state is Olympia, there are over 6.3 million residents who live here. Over 2,800 individuals admit to having an addiction to heroin and more than 135,000 admit to abusing of prescription drugs. The number of Cocaine users is around 50,000, with more than 300,00 reports of marijuana use that ranges from infrequent to daily. on average over 3,200 arrests monthly for drug-related charges and more than 2,400 are by DUI. Around 150 will die each month because of alcohol, Drug use will cause another 33 deaths each month.

West Virginia (WV)
West Virginia will have over 900 drug offense arrests in a month, roughly 700 individuals will face DUI arrest during a normal month. 42 people on average will die each month due to alcohol and drug abuse will kill another 9 residents. Over 5,000 residents are incarcerated in a West Virginia State prison. Methamphetamine is extremely popular and the lower availability because of new laws restricting access to manufacturing chemicals has increased the cost for this drug.

Wisconsin (WI)
In Wisconsin, roughly 2,850 people will be arrested every month for some type of drug offense and drug use will kill close to 30 individuals. Alcohol DUI arrests will affect another 1,880 residents and alcohol will cause the death of 129 individuals in an average month. The variety of drugs available surprise many who live in Wisconsin. Cocaine is abundant in the central region and eastern region of Wisconsin, these areas also have high rates of heroin use as well. These drugs are not limited by region though and are used in smaller amounts in other areas of Wisconsin as well.

Wyoming (WY)
Heroin and cocaine can both be found in small amounts in Wyoming but these drugs have not seen a large increase in recent years the way that methamphetamine has. This drug has caused the rate of child abuse, domestic abuse, and violent assaults to increase significantly. Prescription drug use is also rising in Wyoming, with oxycodone and hydrocodone popular drug choices in this area. Commonly used drug in the states is marijuana. Marijuana may be cultivated in the state or transported in from other states and foreign countries.

Canadian Cities

Calgary
If you are coming in from Calgary for your rehab, Kelowna may be an ideal place, with this location combined with all of the extra benefits that an upscale facility provides, it may feel more like a relaxing vacation than a stay at a treatment facility. A program which is far from your own home can often include additional incentives to stay and complete the program.

Edmonton
The Edmonton facility is often chosen by those in the United States needing treatment, often selected because of the high success rate offered by Valiant Recovery and because of the distance from home. When you can not afford to fail in your recovery, and money is not an issue, then this Edmonton rehab area choice is the right one for you.

Lake Louise

Montreal

Nova Scotia

Ottawa
Ottawa city and the surrounding metropolitan area has a population of more than 1.2 million people. With a large population comes high rates of substance abuse and drug use as well. Statistics show that marijuana and alcohol are the two most commonly abused substances in Ottawa but the city has problems with many other drugs as well.

Quebec City

Toronto
Toronto with a population of more than 2.7 million, drug use and substance abuse are on the rise as youth gangs and drug-related violence are a big problem in this city, Marijuana is the most common drug used, and is grown indoors and transported to the city from other Canadian cities and the USA. Often the Drug Treatment Court will allow marijuana charges to be dropped after a specified period of good behavior.

Vancouver
At Valiant Recovery drug rehab Vancouver area location you will receive personal attention and staff that actually cares about your needs and treatment progress. Physical fitness is important for a full recovery from substance abuse, and we offer many opportunities for these activities. Fitness facilities and a pool are provided, as well as the secluded grounds perfect for exploring.

Victoria

Whistler

Kelowna
Kelowna area location Valiant Recovery would like you to relax while you stay at the treatment facility. We want our guests comfortable, as they are dealing with uncomfortable life issues. Leather seating for all to have a relaxation at it’s finest.

Penticton

Vernon

Red deer

Regina
The rate of substance abuse in Regina has continued to go up in recent years. With less than 200,000 people and the high rate of substance abuse has left a shortage of treatment options for residents. Many drugs pose a threat to the city and alcohol use is also an issue. Binge drinking has become widespread among teens and young adults in Regina.

Moose Jaw

Winnipeg
The national average rate for drug abuse is 11%, but Winnipeg, Manitoba has a rate of 13%, which is slightly higher than the national average. Initially, prescription opiate abuse was limited to young suburban residents who would crush the pills and snort the drug, but now injecting prescription opiates, and heroin if these drugs are not available, has become the most common method used. the creation of Winnipeg Drug Treatment Court is one result of the high rate of drug abuse and addiction in the city.

Brandon

Prince George

 

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Utopia Creek, AK (UTO)
Vail, CO – Eagle County Airport (EGE)
Vail, CO – Van service (QBF)
Valdez, AK (VDZ)
Valdosta, GA (VLD)
Valparaiso, FL (VPS)
Venetie, AK (VEE)
Ventura/Oxnard, CA (OXR)
Vernal, UT (VEL)
Victoria, TX (VCT)
Visalia, CA (VIS)
Waco, TX (ACT)
Wainwright, AK (AIN)
Wales, AK (WAA)
Walla Walla, WA (ALW)
Washington DC – All airports (WAS)
Washington DC – Dulles (IAD)
Washington DC – National (DCA)
Waterfall, AK (KWF)
Waterloo, IA (ALO)
Watertown, NY (ART)
Watertown, SD (ATY)
Wausau/Stevens Point, WI (CWA)
Wenatchee, WA (EAT)
West Palm Beach, FL (PBI)
West Yellowstone, MT (WYS)
Westchester County, NY (HPN)
Westerly, RI (WST)
Westsound, WA (WSX)
Whale Pass, AK (WWP)
White Mountain, AK (WMO)
White River, VT (LEB)
Wichita Falls, TX (SPS)
Wichita, KS (ICT)
Wilkes Barre, PA (AVP)
Williamsburg, VA (PHF)
Williamsport, PA (IPT)
Williston, ND (ISN)
Wilmington, NC (ILM)
Windsor Locks, CT (BDL)
Worcester, MA (ORH)
Worland, WY (WRL)
Wrangell, AK (WRG)
Yakima, WA (YKM)
Yakutat, AK (YAK)
Yellowstone/Cody, WY (COD)
Youngstown, OH (YNG)
Yuma, AZ (YUM)