Information on Drugs, Alcohol and Interventions in Missouri
Methamphetamine is rampant throughout the state. Not only is it imported from Mexico, it is also created in local labs all across Missouri. Heroin has become a major drug of choice is major cities, such as St. Louis, and is spreading out into rural areas. A major issue with heroin is that it is now being laced with a drug called Fentanyl. This drug is stronger than pure heroin and it results in many of the recent heroin-related overdoses. Cocaine is still a popular drug in Missouri’s metropolitan areas but not as common as heroin.
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. We specialize in getting families the help they deserve when at times they may feel helpless. Let our intervention specialists help to guide you in choosing the best treatment solution for your loved one.
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 trained coordinators to begin a tailored path of recovery for your loved one.
We provide our intervention services to the following cities in Missouri as well as other surrounding areas:
Missouri Drug Facts:
- In 2014, only 7% of people who needed treatment for alcohol abuse in Missouri received it.
- Within the same year, only 16.6% of people who received treatment for illicit drug use received it.
- Missouriâ€™s suicide rate and percentage of adults with serious mental illness are higher than the national average.
- 5% of Missouri adults (age 18-25) reported using any illicit drug.
- In 2013, an estimated 2% of adults ages 26 and up regularly use hallucinogens (such as LSD, Ecstasy, PCP, etc.)