Information on Drugs, Alcohol, and Interventions in Hawaii
Hawaii’s stunning beauty has caused the state to become a popular vacation spot as well as a high drug-trafficking location. Annually, Hawaii is visited by 7 to 12 million tourists on top of the island’s 1.2 million citizens, which allows drug smugglers to hide without being seen. Also, due to the state’s size, drug policing is hard to control. These factors have caused Hawaii to become a transportation stop in the drug trafficking world. Even though Hawaii is a metropolis area, the amount of substance abuse resources is very low.
Why Choose Intervention Services USA for Drug or Alcohol Interventions?
We commonly see that when someone is seeking an interventionist, they will most likely limit their choices to therapists within their state. Even though hiring a therapist may seem like the right choice at first, they may not be the right choice in hosting an intervention. As a company founded by a family that has gone through and survived the struggles of drug addiction, we strive on not only helping the addict but the family as well. We have taken our experiences, turned them into our passion, and created Intervention Services USA in order to help families just like yours every day.
Our interventionists take the time to train the family on drug addiction and build a support system for their loved one. As a result, Intervention Services USA has become the largest intervention service provider in North America. We are able to successfully deliver around 400 interventions per year with a 95% success rate. Call now to speak to one of our trained coordinators to begin a tailored path of recovery for your loved one.
Hawaii Drug Facts:
- Most of Hawaii’s drug supply is transported into the state via air, sea, or the postal service.
- Methamphetamine and high-potency marijuana are the most widely available drugs in Hawaii, as well as the most abused.
- Pharmaceutical drug abuse is increasing at an alarming rate.
- Alcohol abuse is very common, and causing a serious issue for the state.
- Cocaine is transported into Hawaii by Pacific Islander independent dealers and Mexican criminal groups.