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Drug Addiction Articles – Arkansas News
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Arkansas Drug Information
Powder and crack cocaine are significant problems in Arkansas because of their relationship to street gang violence, especially in inner city areas. The movement of street gangs to non-traditional areas combined with the availability of crack throughout Arkansas has led to the drug’s spread across the state and into many suburban and rural areas.
Heroin is not considered a significant drug problem in Arkansas.
Marijuana is in high demand and readily available throughout Arkansas. Marijuana grown in Mexico and domestically produced marijuana are both popular in the state. The rural nature of the land, the warm climate and long growing season afford cultivators the opportunity to produce domestic marijuana. Not only is marijuana the major gateway drug in Arkansas. It is also a dangerous hallucinogen in its own right. The average “dime bag” of weed sold in Arkansas has up to ten times the concentration of THC as the same drug sold decades ago.
Methamphetamine is the primary drug of concern in Arkansas. The state is encountering locally produced methamphetamine as well as imported methamphetamine produced in Mexico. Not only does the state’s rural landscape provide an ideal setting for illicit manufacturing, but the wide availability of precursor chemicals also contributes to the ease of manufacturing methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is the most addictive drug commonly abused in Arkansas
The most popular club drug in Arkansas is MDMA, although LSD, GHB and OxyContin are increasing in demand. Club drugs are most frequently used at raves and college hangouts.
Hydrocodone products such as Vicodin, oxycodone products such as OxyContin, as well as morphine and pseudoephedrine are the most popular diverted pharmaceuticals in Arkansas.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 173,000 of Arkansas citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.
Additional results indicate that 74,000 Arkansas citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 51,000 reported past year illicit drug dependence.
During 2006, there were 13,692 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in Arkansas. There were 13,771 such admissions during 2005. In 2004, there were 14,005 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in the state.
However, approximately 67,000 Arkansas citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.