New York Rehabs
New York state has a population of 19.45 million and is home to the world-famous New York City where 8 million of its residents live. Compared to many other states in America, the number of deaths from alcohol-related incidents is low, with 2.1 people dying due to alcohol for every 100,000 people in New Yok in 2017. However, 4,011 deaths still occur every year due to excessive drinking. In 2015, over 20% of high school students reported that they had drank alcohol in the past 30 days. Of students who drank, the main type of alcohol consumed was liquor, with 43% stating that that was their usual type of alcohol consumed. The earlier the age of onset of drug or alcohol abuse, the more likely it is that someone will develop a substance use disorder later in life. While early intervention is important when possible, it is never too late to seek treatment and overcome an addiction. New York has many treatment centers, and a large range of types that offer different amenities. Explore treatment centers in New York that will best fit your needs and get started on the path towards recovery.
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Patch. (2020). Here’s How New York Ranks Nationally In Alcohol Death Rate. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://patch.com/new-york/yorktown-somers/here-s-how-new-york-ranks-nationally-alcohol-death-rate
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). Prevention Status Report. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://www.cdc.gov/psr/2013/alcohol/2013/NY-alcohol.pdf
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