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It may be hard to believe in such a small state as New Hampshire that throughout the state there are retail quantities of cocaine and crack cocaine available for anyone to purchase. The distributors of these two drugs are often Dominican drug traffickers. Heroin is just about as plentiful as cocaine with the distribution once again in the hands of Dominican drug traffickers with the main operations home in Massachusetts. Even though large quantities of these drugs are found on the street and individuals are seeking help with drug rehab centers, the illegal drug that most people enjoy in New Hampshire is marijuana stated by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Meth is not as large a problem in the state as it once was; however, a few individuals are still abusing the drug.

The New Hampshire Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Services has started a task force to help address the drug and alcohol abuse problem on a statewide basis. The main goal of the task force is to ensure that every person with a drug abuse or alcohol abuse problem will be able to find the help they need and that those that do not have a problem at this time, will be able to avoid drug abuse in the future. Sharing a border with Canada does not help with the smuggling of the high-grade hydroponic marijuana into the country. However, the majority of marijuana in New Hampshire is transported from the southwestern United States originating in Mexico. Residents of New Hampshire that are aiding in the drug abuse problem travel to Arizona or southern California once or twice a week to purchase 200-300 pound of marijuana to sell on the streets of the state.

One government agency that is working on providing treatments and projects to help with drug and alcohol abuse is the Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention. They have several different grants available to nonprofit treatment centers to help them start up in areas that do have had any centers.

No matter what type of addiction you have, you will be able to receive help whether you can afford it or not thanks to these government agencies providing grants. Partnership for a Drug Free New Hampshire was started in 1994 to provide information through television, radio, books, and flyers to ensure that residents of New Hampshire can find the help they need and steer them to a drug and alcohol treatment center.

Individuals in the state have options as to the type of drug rehab or alcohol abuse treatment methods they would like to use to help them recover. Some treatments centers offer outpatient care, in patient care, and even residential care. The most promising treatment is one that works with the whole person to learn to live life again without their addiction. Whether the addiction is drugs or alcohol, learning the basic day-to-day functions without a sip, a snort, or a pill is the beginning of a new life.

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