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Bridges of Hope Addiction Treatment Programs In Indiana

We offer a wide range of therapy programs to put on the right path to recovery. Your health is our utmost priority, and with our committed and well-trained staff, you are sure to get the best treatment.

About Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a significant public health concern. The National Household Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimated that in 2014 approximately 9.8% of the U.S. population 12 years of age or older used illicit substances, including nonmedical use of prescription drugs, and 22.9% of Americans engaged in binge alcohol use in the past month. Although the majority of individuals who occasionally participate in risky drinking or illegal substance use never experience serious consequences, others may find that over time their alcohol or drug use escalates to the point where it impairs their day-to-day functioning. When drug or alcohol use regularly causes a person substantial life consequences, she or he has likely transitioned from occasional, potentially problematic use, to a substance use disorder (SUD).


A Little More In Depth

SUDs are associated with significant morbidity, mortality, and social and economic consequences. For example, Indiana’s drug-induced mortality rate quadrupled from 4.8 per 100,000 persons in 2000 to 19.2 per 100,000 persons in 2014. The staggering social and economic costs of SUDs suggest that more effort needs to be placed in not only preventing the development of SUDs, but also in providing timely and appropriate treatment for affected individuals. Indiana had 294 active substance use treatment providers in 2013. Most of these treatment facilities had outpatient treatment centers (93.1%); a small percentage provided residential (10.5%) and hospital inpatient care (12.0%). In 2013, there were nearly 26,000 admissions to substance abuse treatment programs in Indiana. The substances most frequently abused by the state’s substance abuse treatment population were alcohol (57.3%), marijuana (48.3%), and opiates/synthetics (22.0%). Treatment systems have traditionally used an acute-care approach to address SUDs. The new paradigm proposed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a continuing-care model. It acknowledges the long-term nature of SUDs.

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