Information on Drugs, Alcohol, and Interventions in Kentucky
Kentucky is not only a part of the heartland of the United States; it is also the heartland of illicit drug distribution, production, and abuse. A major part of Kentucky culture is “moonshining”, which is the production of homemade liquor. Cocaine poses a major threat to the metropolitan areas of Kentucky. Also, levels of methamphetamine production, abuse, and distribution have grown rapidly. Both cocaine and methamphetamine have been linked to a high percentage of the violence that occurs in Kentucky.
At Intervention Services, Inc., our expert intervention coordinators are here 7 days a week to help your loved one and family through this difficult time. Our coordinators personally know how alcohol and drug abuse affects families and are here to help families just like yours every day. We will help you find the perfect interventionist as well as create the perfect plan to get your loved one a better life.
Why Choose Intervention Services Inc. for Drug or Alcohol Interventions?
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 Inc. 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, Inc. 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 expert intervention coordinators.
Kentucky Drug Facts:
- A large percentage of America’s marijuana supply is manufactured in Kentucky.
- The largest demographic for people who overdosed in 2015 were between the ages of 45 to 54.
- Leslie County has the highest overdose rate in the state with 68.63 deaths per 100,000 residents.
- In 2015, Fentanyl was detected in 34% of total overdoses in Kentucky.