Tennessee Drug Rehab
Heroin use in Tennessee is limited to a very small number of long-time users. The heroin trafficking situation has been very stable in the state for the past six years, though an increase in heroin availability and highway traffic stops were reported recently; however, no great change in the demand for the drug is indicated by other factors in Tennessee. Abusers of cocaine in Tennessee tend to consume the drug as crack – a change from powdered cocaine abuse of a few years ago, currently making crack the most popular drug of abuse among Tennessee residents.
Tennessee has a growing “Club Drugs” problem, with Ecstasy, LSD, and GHB being the most common drugs of abuse. These drugs are frequently sold at “Raves” and nightclubs and have been predominantly seen in the cities of Nashville and Knoxville.
The availability and demand for meth continues to increase throughout Tennessee. Much of the meth consumed in the state is transported from Mexico and the Southwest Border states. Meth labs can be found everywhere in Tennessee, but are mostly located in the Appalachian areas in Eastern Tennessee. Marijuana abuse and trafficking is a serious problem throughout the state, especially in rural areas. Tennessee is a major supplier of domestically grown marijuana, although Mexican marijuana has also been seized by Tennessee law enforcement officials.
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