The drug that is considered the most abused in Alabama is marijuana. It accounts for most of the drug-related arrests in the state. In fact, it is becoming common for police to get between 50 to 100 pounds in a single seizure. Most of the marijuana in Alabama is imported from other states, not grown in-state. That is, of course, not to say that it is the only drug in use in the state. In fact, according to the National Substance Abuse Index, marijuana is only the drug that is the reason behind the most arrests, cocaine is the biggest threat to the state, both crack, and powder. Methamphetamine (or meth) is abused mostly in rural settings and its usage surpasses that of cocaine. Prescription drugs, mostly drugs like Vicodin, are increasingly becoming an issue in the state.
The importation of drugs and local production (and growing) of drugs have only increased over the years. In fact, the use of drugs and alcohol by teenagers in Alabama, according to a 2009 survey, is at 20.3%. This is higher than the national average. If you have an issue with one of the drugs on the list or any other drug, or you are a part of the growing number of drug abusers in the state, you have come to the right place. Our website offers a large list of drug rehab facilities that you can contact.
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