Wyoming has seen some dramatic increases in opioid and other drug use ever since the opioid crisis began. In particular, ever since 2016 the state has seen significant increases in prescription opioids being stolen, either through armed robbery incidents or by pharmacy employees themselves. Additionally, the state is a major nexus for drug trafficking in the western US, and several Mexican cartels have an interest in Wyoming as a drug corridor. Aside from the cartels, local drug distribution is handle by several gangs throughout the state, including MS-13, Pagans, and the Sons of Silence gangs on behalf of the cartels. Wyoming does not regularly report drug overdose deaths to any national body, so it is difficult to gauge the exact scope of the problem within the state. That being said, if someone is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction in Wyoming, there are many options for recovery. There are many drug and alcohol detox centers across the state, and these programs can help someone safely detox from drugs or alcohol, and refer them to continuing care and treatment after detox has been safely completed.
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