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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in Wyoming

Wyoming is one of those states that offers the small-town feel in virtually every town. In between all the towns, the state has lots of natural beauty to offer with the most well-known destination being Yellowstone National Park. As well, Wyoming is in very close proximity to many other desirable areas of the country. Overall, this makes for a state that is becoming increasingly popular as an addiction treatment destination.

Wyoming Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • Underage drinking is a major problem in most states, but it’s especially problematic in the state of Wyoming. In fact, it’s estimated that of all the alcohol sold in the state of Wyoming between 2007 and 2008, approximately 23 percent was sold to adolescents and teens who were under the legal drinking age.
  • There are a number of substances that are problematic in Wyoming, but the state has been experiencing a major problem with methamphetamine, or “crystal meth”. In 2010 alone, records show that 687 Wyoming residents entered addiction treatment programs for crystal meth.
  • Although crystal meth was becoming a major problem in 2010, there were other substances with increasing rates of abuse throughout the state of Wyoming. In fact, of the 564,000 people living in Wyoming in 2010, records show that 6,072 individuals enrolled in treatment programs for alcohol or drug addiction.
  • When it comes to underage tobacco use, Wyoming sees more high school students using tobacco products than there are tobacco-using high school students nationwide. According to surveys, approximately 22 percent of Wyoming high school students have used tobacco at least once over the past month while just 18 percent of high school students nationwide have used tobacco products over the same period of time.
  • There are more Wyoming high school students using tobacco products than high school students nationwide; however, marijuana use is more prevalent among high school students nationwide than in Wyoming. Specifically, it’s estimated that 36 percent of Wyoming high school students have tried marijuana at least once compared to 40 percent of high school students nationwide.

Getting Sober in Wyoming

In Wyoming, everybody knows everybody. There’s a pervading sense of community and belonging, which makes it a really appealing place for individuals searching for a destination for their recoveries. Whether you’re in advanced recovery or still getting sober, you should definitely consider finding an addiction treatment or detox center in one of Wyoming’s numerous quaint, friendly towns.

Wyoming Addiction & Substance Abuse Organizations

  • The Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board is a state-level organization that consists of state representatives, healthcare professionals, and other officials who oversee the licensing process for substance abuse treatment providers and other types of mental health treatment.
  • The Wyoming Association of Addiction Professionals, or WAAP, is the Wyoming-based chapter of the NAADAC. This group also consists of professionals who represent the Wyoming community of substance abuse providers, ensuring that they receive continuous training and have the necessary credentials to provide the highest-quality treatment.
  • Recover Wyoming is a board of professional volunteers and members of communities from throughout Wyoming, providing support and advocacy to those who have been affected by addiction in some way.
  • The Curran-Seeley Foundation is a Wyoming-based organization consisting of professionals representing the Wyoming community of substance abuse treatment providers. This group is largely education-focused, seeking to mitigate the spread of addiction through a variety of programs available to those in need.
  • The Wyoming Association of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers — or WAMHSAC for short — is a coalition of addiction treatment centers from throughout the state of Wyoming, working together to ensure a minimum quality of treatment for those in need.

Wyoming Hosts Event to Bring More Awareness to Addiction Problem

Throughout the United States, heroin and other opioids have become a major problem with millions of people falling prey to their addictive power. With treatment centers limited in their capacity, there have been a number of people not receiving the treatment they need. However, Wyoming has hosted an event to bring greater awareness to the seriousness of the opioid epidemic and the need for greater treatment capacity. The event — called Rockin’ Out Addiction, Rollin’ in Recovery — had a great turnout and is a great example of what other states could be doing to better advocate for recovery.