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South Carolina Crack Cocaine addiction treatment

Drug rehab services will help you to find the best crack cocaine rehab in South Carolina. Our certified chemical dependency counselors will guide you and your family in this very important moment. The instant you decide to do something about a crack cocaine addiction problem is very crucial. Sometime it takes a long time before someone in need with an addiction take the decision to do something about it.

Drug rehab services is there to help you in this important moment. Also we help families and relatives with crack cocaine intervention. We can help families to intervene themselves as well as refering to a professionnal interventionist.

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South Carolina crack cocaine treatment facts:

Population: 4,063,011
Law Enforcement Officers: 9,510
State Prison Population: 32,800
Probation Population: 44,399
Violent Crime Rate
National Ranking: 1 2004 Federal Drug Seizures
Cocaine: 313.1 kgs.
Heroin: 3.1 kgs.
Meth: 4.2 kgs.
Marijuana: 132.0 kgs.
Ecstasy: 33 tablets
Meth Labs: 170 (DEA, state, and local)

Crack cocaine addiction office South Carolina

Drug and Alcohol Agency South Carolina
Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
3700 Forest Drive, Suite 300
Columbia, South Carolina 29204





Crack cocaine Situation: Cocaine trafficking has been detected at stable to moderately increased levels in the majority of the metropolitan areas of the state of South carolina, including the cities of Columbia, Greenville, and Florence. A raise in trafficking along the coast has been noted in last years, more particularly in the tourist areas of Myrtle Beach and Charleston. Sources of supply are located in South Florida, New York, Georgia, and California, with the most common method of importation being by motor vehicle. Other less common methods of transport of cocaine into South Carolina include courier services, commercial airline, bus, and train travel. At the retail level, trafficking groups appear to be averaged sized and loosely organized. Cocaine is often transported into South Carolina in powder form and converted into crack by local distributors. During 2003 and 2004, DEA offices statewide placed significant attention on the development of cases targeting high level trafficking groups. Title III investigations during 2003, resulted in the dismantling of a large cocaine trafficking organization operating in the city of Columbia, SC. A total of 17 arrests were made in relation with the investigation.

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