|New Mexico Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs and Centers
The border area between New Mexico and Mexico is sparsely populated
and has limited natural or man made barriers to illegal crossing.
Most of the New Mexico/Mexico international border (approximately
180 miles) is open desert and is generally uninhabited with numerous
roads, trails, footpaths, and ranches allowing smugglers easy entry
into the U.S. and access to major highways which traverse the country.
The largest drug threat in New Mexico is the transshipment of drugs
and drug proceeds, by Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations (MDTOs).
MDTOs have also established local poly-drug distribution organizations
that are capable of distributing multiple kilogram quantities locally
Drug Enforcement Administration reports that local law enforcement
authorities in New Mexico constantly grade cocaine as the numero
uno drug threat in the State. Crack cocaine is also readily accessible
throughout the state, though restricted to only urban areas. Heroin
accessibility also has shown a steady hike in last five years. Smuggled
as well as locally grown marijuana is widely obtainable in the State.
According to a finding from the report of Substance Abuse and Mental
Health Services Administration, almost 42% of New Mexico citizens
ages around 12 have felt that smoking marijuana once a month posed
a great risk. Moreover, additional data from the 2002 National Survey
on Drug Use and Health indicates that 2.10% of New Mexico citizens
have reported dependence on illicit rugs.
It is predicted that more than 14,000 New Mexico teens ages 12 through
17 are dependent on alcoholism or substance abuse.
16% of the high school youths around 18 and older have used marijuana
for more than 20 days in the past month. The Edward Byrne Memorial
State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Program Annual Report
A conclusive drug rehabilitation model offers addiction
treatment which is personalized and methodical in approach.
Drug rehab or alcohol rehab centers impart personalized
steps and examine various variables like historical, lifestyle habits
etc. Alcohol rehab or drug rehab centers thus with
the added benefit of three sixty degree knowledge base bolster their
efforts. addicts can gradually immerse themselves in a recovery
process that some may otherwise resist, while building the confidence
critical to assume increased responsibility and discipline for their
If you or your loved ones live in New Mexico want to get rid of
drug addiction and alcoholism, and to live a worry free independent
healthy life call us at 00-559-9503 for an immediate assistance
and a free, expert consultation anytime day or night.
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