Utah Crack Cocaine addiction treatment
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Utah crack cocaine treatment facts:
Law Enforcement Officers: 4,540
State Prison Population: 9,900
Probation Population: 10,292
Violent Crime Rate
National Ranking: 43 2004 Federal Drug Seizures
Cocaine: 176.3 kgs.
Heroin: 1.5 kgs.
Meth: 18.1 kgs.
Marijuana: 150.6 kgs.
Ecstasy: 176 tablets
Meth Labs: 72 (DEA, state, and local)
Crack cocaine addiction office Utah
Drug and Alcohol Agency Utah
Division of Substance Abuse Utah
Department of Human Services
P.O. Box 45500
Salt Lake City, Utah 84145-0500
Crack cocaine Situation:Cocaine continues to be a problem throughout all areas of the state of Utah. Kilogram quantities of cocaine are available along the Wasatch Range, which stretches from Provo to Ogden, and includes approximately 75 % of the Utah's population. Mexican organizations tend to dominate large scale coke distribution, though several other groups/organizations are capable of distributing kilogram quantities. Crack is available in ounce quantities, though it is confined mainly to larger cities.
4.9% of adults in the state of Utah were classified as
dependent on either alcohol or substances and in
need of rehab treatment services - the 1996 survey
reported that 6.1% of adults were classified
as dependent, indicating a decrease by more
• 6.4% of Utah youth age 12 to 17 are
dependent on drugs or alcohol
• The public substance abuse treatment
system, at capacity, is currently serving approximately 17,760 individuals, or
22.5% of the actual need in the state
• A combined total of approximately 103,186
adults and youth are in need of substance
abuse treatment services
The percentage of adults and youth needing
treatment by service district varies considerably. The
current capacity of each district, or the number of
indiviuals who were actually served in FY2005, is
also included to illustrate the unmet need.
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