According to the latest information collected by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), about 32 million Americans aged 12 or older were using illicit drugs within the last month. This equates to roughly 11.7 percent of individuals aged 12 or older. Of those who admitted to having used illicit drugs in the last month, approximately 27.6 million people used marijuana, 2.8 million people abused prescription pain relievers and 1.9 million people used cocaine. A majority of these surveyed used drugs recreationally or for non-medical reasons, but many others used them because they were hooked into the substance or were battling addiction. When drug abuse begins to require over your life, the simplest course of action is to hunt help. If you’re worried about your drug use or that of a beloved, we will assist you to make the change. Call our National Drug Helpline now to require the primary step.
I was in the TRT program, and I loved it! I was of course scared and nervous to get help and to be in the detox. But as soon as I was transitioned into TRT, it became a second home. Lori is an amazing counselor and Alisha is super amazing also! The staff in general are all amazing! They really care and really want you to succeed and even after graduating there, i still go to therapy twice a week and I am now part of the NA committee on Monday nights! This place has forever changed my life and I am forever grateful!Katie Vaughn
Life Saving Treatment Program. The staff are hardworking people that really care about their clients. Highly recommend the TRT program for women and men that are serious about recovery from substance dependency and abuse. Thank you for everything I've gotten from this program, Denver Cares. Plus the life long friendships, I have made.Vanessa Val