Texas is mostly a transshipment state because of its closeness to Mexico. Of course, that does not mean that there is no problems with drugs in the state, it just means that there are more drugs that pass through it than are consumed within it. However, according to SAMHSA (or Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration), the amount of people using drugs in the 2007-2008 survey within the past month was only 6.26%. That is almost 2% lower than the national average. On the other hand, though, because the state has quite a few drugs flowing through it at all times, this means that drugs are easily obtainable all throughout the state. Marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine (or meth) and heroin are what is usually transported through the state and can be found being used in both large cities and small towns.
Texas also has a very large amount of drug rehab facilities. There are so many in fact, there is bound to be one facility, or several that can help you or someone you know. So, there is nothing stopping you. To make this even easier, our website has a comprehensive list of all the facilities in your state. The only thing left for you to do, is contact them.
Addiction Treatment Centers in Texas