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New Hampshire Drug Information
Both powder and crack cocaine are readily available throughout New Hampshire in retail quantities. Furthermore, in recent years the seacoast region has experienced a significant increase in availability. While for a long time cocaine was considered only a “rich man’s drug” by New Hampshire residents, recently Colombian drug cartels have expanded their distribution networks and smuggling operations to the point where the increased supply has resulted in a lower street price. Next to crystal meth, coke and crack are two of the most addictive drugs abused in New Hampshire urban areas. Some New Hampshire residents in rehab have reported getting “hooked” to cocaine after only trying it one time.
Heroin remains readily available throughout New Hampshire at the retail level and its use is widespread. The state continues to experience increases in heroin availability, particularly along the seacoast, southeast region and western part of the state. Heroin prices on the retail level have remained stable. More and more New Hampshire residents are turning to heroin for a cheaper high after getting hooked on OxyContin. Nationwide, opioid abusers are now using heroin and other opiates now that prescription painkillers are being manufactured “abuse-proof” and are selling for higher values on the street. Heroin in New Hampshire is more pure than it was decades ago, to the point where users no longer have to inject it to get their fix. New Hampshire drug rehabs have to be prepared to help heroin users, who often are nutritionally deprived and go through terrible withdrawal symptoms.
Marijuana is readily available throughout New Hampshire and is the predominant drug of choice in the state. Most of the marijuana available in the state originates in Mexico, although high grade hydroponic marijuana from Canada is increasingly available. THC content in excess of 22% has been encountered in the state.
There has been a growth in the availability of methamphetamine in the state, particularly in and around the seacoast area. Most of the methamphetamine available in New Hampshire is produced in Mexico.
MDMA is widely available and is frequently sold to teenagers and young adults at nightclubs, rave parties and on college campuses.
OxyContin® continues to be a pharmaceutical drug of abuse in the state, while the diversion and abuse of methadone is an emerging problem in New Hampshire.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 98,000 of New Hampshire citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.
Additional survey results indicate that 32,000 New Hampshire citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 21,000 reported past year illicit drug dependence.
During 2006, there were 5,729 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in New Hampshire. This is down from 4,976 treatment admissions in 2005. During 2004, there were 5,611 admissions to treatment in New Hampshire.
However, approximately 28,000 New Hampshire citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.