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Drug addiction in North Dakota has increasingly become a major concern, which in turn is creating the need for more quality drug rehab programs in the state. Sometimes, just choosing the right drug rehab center can appear to be an intimidating task. First, there are various kinds of drug treatment programs, which can include inpatient, outpatient, long term, and short term treatment, and each facility may offer different styles of treatment; researching drug rehab options can be a complex process. The main goal of a North Dakota drug rehab facility should always be the same; to support and educate the individual so that they will master the tools that are needed to consistently choose the serenity of sobriety over the chaos of drug addiction. Arriving at this goal can be accomplished in a variety of different ways depending on the drug rehabilitation methods that are administered in order to treat the drug addiction. Because every person is unique, the North Dakota drug rehab program that will be the most effective is the treatment plan which includes components that target the personal needs of the individual.

The deceptive nature of a drug addiction can be that by the time that a person decides to admit that they have a problem, the substance abuse may have already taken a devastating toll on an individual. Beyond the negative effects that a drug addiction has on relationships, there can also be an enormous negative impact on society. The costs that are directly related to drug addiction in the state of North Dakota can include the costs to the state for additional law enforcement personnel, and most importantly, the cost in terms of human lives. In North Dakota, a large percentage of deadly automobile accidents have been attributed to the use of drugs and alcohol.

Most people cannot successfully overcome a drug addiction without the support of professionals. An individual that is seeking treatment should locate a drug rehab center that has a high rate of success in formerly treating clients with substance abuse problems. With the assistance of the drug rehab staff, an individual has a much greater chance at success in finally beating their drug addiction. For the best possible chance at overcoming a substance abuse problem, an individual should choose a North Dakota drug rehab center that offers residential inpatient treatment, as this has been determined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to have the highest rate of success. It is important to inquire about the credentials of the North Dakota drug rehab facility. The costs of the drug rehab center may need to be a factor for consideration; but it is important that it should not determine what treatment options are ultimately chosen. A counselor at a North Dakota drug rehab will help to take all of the guesswork out of determining what the best possible treatment option is. These treatment counselors are experienced in all areas of drug addiction and alcoholism, and can help you by answering any questions that you may have regarding the North Dakota drug rehabilitation program. They can help to assist you in choosing the life altering drug rehab program that can help to effectively treat your drug addiction. Gathering information about the treatment options may help you to choose the best possible North Dakota drug rehab center for you or your loved one.


  • Approximately 9% of North Dakota high school seniors that were surveyed in 2007 reported using meth on at least one occasion within the last 12 months.
  • 4% of high school students that were surveyed in 2007 in North Dakota reported using methamphetamine at least once in their lifetimes.
  • Over 30% of the high school aged students in the state of North Dakota that were surveyed in 2007 reported smoking marijuana on at least one occasion.
  • In the state of North Dakota, almost 40% of the citizens reported that using marijuana once a month was a "great risk".
  • According to the last National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 30,000 of the citizens of North Dakota citizens that were age 12 or older reporting the use of an illicit drug in the last month.
  • In North Dakota, recent investigation has indicated that the diversion of hydrocodone is becoming a problem in the state.
  • Heroin is not a significant drug threat in the state of North Dakota. The black tar heroin that is trafficked into the state primarily originates in Mexico.
  • In North Dakota, marijuana that is cultivated in Canada has become a major drug threat, especially in the northern portion of the state.
  • Methamphetamine is the primary drug of concern for law enforcement and health officials in North Dakota. Because of the state's dependence on the agricultural industry, there is a high availability of anhydrous ammonia, which is commonly used in the process of manufacturing methamphetamine.
  • In the Fargo area of the state of North Dakota, club drugs such as ecstasy, LSD, GHB and ketamine have begun appearing.
  • Smaller quantities of meth are being mailed via the U.S. mail and Federal Express in the state of North Dakota.
  • There has been a sharp increase in the number of meth labs being seized in the state of North Dakota.
  • The presence of marijuana that is known as "B.C. bud" and is hydroponically generated has increased dramatically in the state of North Dakota.
  • The Midwest HIDTA was initially created to fight the overwhelming increase in the manufacturing and distribution of meth in the state of North Dakota.

If you or someone you care about is struggling with a drug addiction in North Dakota, take a minute to contact a North Dakota drug rehab facility. You can speak to a drug rehab specialist that can lead you to treatment options that fit your specific situation. Don't wait any longer to receive the help that you deserve.

North Dakota Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

North Dakota drug trafficking and use of methamphetamine is the primary concern for law enforcement and public health officials in the state. At the present time, no single drug trafficking organization dominates the distribution of methamphetamine. Mexican poly-drug organizations have sources of supply in Mexico, California, and Washington, and transport methamphetamine into North Dakota via privately owned vehicles, Amtrak trains, and Greyhound buses.

Smaller quantities of methamphetamine are mailed via U.S. mail and Federal Express. Mexico-based drug trafficking organizations dominate the transportation of marijuana from the Southwest Border to North Dakota. Private vehicles and commercial mail carriers are used to ship small quantities, ranging from five to ten pounds. Local cultivation of marijuana is done on a relatively small scale.

Drug information sources say that cocaine is no longer the stimulant of choice - methamphetamine surpassed cocaine in that area years ago. According to RAC Behrman, the Fargo office encounters very little cocaine today.

Also, heroin distribution and use have not been a significant problem in North Dakota. Heroin trafficking is a low priority for law enforcement agencies in the state. Virtually all of the heroin encountered in North Dakota, mainly in Fargo, is black tar heroin from Mexico.

Today, the drug threat of meth in North Dakota is a two-pronged problem. First, quantities of meth produced by Mexican organizations based in California and Washington are transported into and distributed throughout the state. Second, meth is increasingly being produced in small laboratories, capable of producing only a few ounces at a time.

Because of the extreme rural nature of the state, as well as the state's dependence on the agriculture industry, there is a high level of use and availability of anhydrous ammonia among the state's legitimate agricultural community. Farmers use "nurse tanks" to apply anhydrous ammonia in their fields. This has resulted in increased thefts of anhydrous ammonia-commonly used in the "Birch" meth manufacturing method.

Drug information sources in North Dakota revel a DEA investigation in Grand Forks, North Dakota, resulted in the arrest of two Mexican nationals and the seizure of over ten pounds of meth. A co-conspirator in the same case was arrested for attempted murder of a police officer and possession of over seven pounds of meth. Another meth case resulted in the arrest of two suspects and the seizure of 10 assault rifles and $10,000 in cash. According to the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC), the number of meth laboratories seized by the DEA and state and local law enforcement agencies has increased sharply over the past few years.

North Dakota drug information sources note that there have been indications that "Club Drugs" are making their way into the Fargo area in small quantities. The presence, of marijuana cultivated in Canada (both "B.C. Bud" and hydroponically generated) had increased dramatically. Canadian drug organizations from Vancouver and Manitoba use the wide North Dakota border with Canada to bring these types of marijuana into the United States; the bulk of the marijuana is destined to areas outside North Dakota.

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  • North Dakota Facts
  • In North Dakota, 94% of the substance abuse treatment being received was from outpatient care (National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS)).
  • 25.4 % of the drug rehab admissions in North Dakota during 2007 were related to marijuana use.
  • 5.4% of the high schools students in North Dakota have reportedly tried marijuana before the age of 13.
  • In North Dakota, there will be around 3,873 people arrested this year for drug related charges.
  • North Dakota, Statistics
  • The population of North Dakota is 640,524 with 319,667 Males and 320,857 Females.

    The population of North Dakota, breaks down into the following age groups:

    Under Age 5: 39,307
    Age 5-9: 42,851
    Age 10-14: 47,321
    Age 15-19: 53,486
    Age 20-24: 50,457
    Age 25-34: 76,744
    Age 35-44: 97,728
    Age 45-54: 85,167
    Age 55-59: 28,825
    Age 60-64: 24,421
    Age 65-74: 45,746
    Age 75-84: 33,761
    Over 85: 14,710

    The Median age in North Dakota, is 41.6

    North Dakota Summary
    North Dakota Area - 69309.77 Sq. Miles
    Land - 67957.06 Sq. Miles
    Water - 1,352.71 Sq. Miles

    The population Density in North Dakota is 9.43 People per Sq. Mile
    Elevation of North Dakota - 1535 Feet
    Timezone - Mountain (GMT -7)

    North Dakota School Enrollment Breakdown
    Age 3 and Over enrolled in North Dakota schools - 179,216
    North Dakota children enrolled in Nursery or Preschool - 8,712
    Children in North Dakota enrolled in Kindergarten - 8,631
    North Dakota children enrolled in Elementary School - 73,495
    North Dakota Highschool Enrollment - 41,420
    North Dakota College Enrollment - 46,958

    North Dakota Economy and Employment
    Employment Breakdown:
    16 years and over - 501,004
    Total Males in Work Force in North Dakota - 180,233
    Total Females in Work Force in North Dakota - 157,912

    Occupation Breakdown in North Dakota:
    Management and Professional Occupation related jobs in North Dakota - 104,952
    Service related jobs in North Dakota - 52,851
    Sales and Office Related jobs in North Dakota - 82,590
    Forestry, Farming and Fishing related jobs in North Dakota - 5,253
    Construction and Maintenance related jobs in North Dakota - 30,855
    Production and Transportation related jobs in North Dakota - 39,333

    North Dakota Houselhold Income Breakdown:
    Household Income-
    Less than $10,000 - 28,331
    $10,000.00 - $14,999 - 20,523
    $15,000 - $24,999 - 41,215
    $25,000 - $34,999 - 39,514
    $35,000 - $49,999 - 47,683
    $50,000 - $74,999 - 47,457
    $75,000 - $99,999 - 17,350
    $100,000 - $149,999 - 9,669
    $150,000 - $199,999 - 2,223
    $200,000 or more - 2,625
    Average Household Income in North Dakota - $32,221.15
    Average Household Size in North Dakota - 2.46

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