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Kentucky Drug Information
Powder cocaine is readily available in Kentucky. The price and purity of cocaine has remained relatively stable in Kentucky for the past several years. Gram quantities sell for $100-$150, ounce quantities sell for $700-$1,200, and kilograms cost $16,000-$28,000. Cocaine purchased and seized in urban areas of the Commonwealth consistently tests in the 40% to 90% purity range.
The presence of heroin in Kentucky is limited but sources indicate there is a low demand for small amounts in some areas of southeastern and northern Kentucky, as well as the Louisville area. When encountered, heroin has usually been found in user amounts.
Marijuana is among the most significant drug threats in Kentucky. Tests during 2005 showed the average THC content of eradicated marijuana in Kentucky was 15%. Marijuana is the primary gateway drug in Kentucky, but it has a new rival in prescription drug abuse. Prescription drug abuse continues to climb in Kentucky, due in part to their wide availability (they can be found in any typical American household’s medicine cabinet) and in part to the misconception by Kentucky residents that prescription drugs are somehow safer than street drugs. Unfortunately, when prescription drugs are abused, they can be just as dangerous and addictive as street drugs.
Methamphetamine remains a serious threat throughout Kentucky and continues to be available, especially in the rural areas of the Commonwealth.
LSD and Ecstasy are primarily used by teenagers and young adults in cities with colleges and universities such as Lexington, Louisville, Richmond and Morehead.
The diversion of hydrocodone and oxycodone products continues to be a problem in Kentucky.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 288,000 Kentucky citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.
Additional survey results indicate that 101,000 Kentucky citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 71,000 reported past year illicit drug dependence.
During 2006, there were 23,058 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in Kentucky. This is statistically similar to the 20,566 admissions to treatment during 2005.
However, approximately 97,000 Kentucky citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.
The governor of Kentucky recently pointed out that more than 80 Kentuckians die each month as a result of drug overdoses, the majority of which are related to prescription drugs. Kentucky addicts are able to get prescription medications from loosely regulated “pill mills” and from dealers. Kentucky prescription drug abuse rehabs are needed now more than ever.