Connecticut Drug Rehab
Heroin and cocaine in powder and crack form are the greatest drug threats in Connecticut. Demand for heroin remains high and is easily accessible. Popularity of heroin is due, in part, to increased availability of low cost, high purity heroin that can be effectively snorted or smoked rather than injected.
Cocaine is still a popular drug of choice and still widely abused in Connecticut, with crack historically preferred over powder, although powder cocaine has recently experienced a surge in popularity among wholesale dealers due to the lower wholesale price of powder cocaine from New York-based suppliers.
All methamphetamine labs seized in the Northeast have been low-capacity labs, usually producing two ounces or less of the drug per production cycle. PCP is typically transported into Connecticut from the southwestern United States and the New York City area through the use of couriers, although local PCP labs have recently been identified in Connecticut. PCP is sprayed on crushed mint leaves or marijuana and then smoked.
The majority of high grade marijuana available in Connecticut comes from either Canada, out of state indoor grow operations, Mexico, and or the Southwest areas of the U.S. Marijuana is readily available in the state of Connecticut for individual use and available in multi-ounce/pound quantities for wholesale distribution.
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|Dept of Mental Hlth and Addiction Srvs
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Hartford CT 06134