Oklahoma, located right above Texas, is nicknamed the Sooner State. Unfortunately, Oklahoma has some of the worst rates of mental illness and substance use disorders. Research from 2012 found that Oklahoma ranks 3rd for rates of mental illness in the country and ranks 2nd for substance abuse disorders. In 2019, over 13% of adults in Oklahoma reported binge drinking. The high rates of mental illness and substance use disorders in Oklahoma means that between 700,000 and 950,000 adults in the state need services for their disorder. Most of them are not receiving care, a trend that is similar in the rest of the county. So many Americans suffer each day with a substance use disorder and do not seek out vital treatment. There are a variety of treatment options in Oklahoma that can help those with a drug or alcohol disorder. Don’t wait another day, start looking at your treatment options in Oklahoma.
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Oklahoma Mental Health & Substance Abuse. (2020). Statistics and Data. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://oklahoma.gov/odmhsas/additional-information/statistics-and-data.html
Americas Health Rankings. (2020). Excessive Drinking in Oklahoma. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://www.americashealthrankings.org/explore/annual/measure/ExcessDrink/state/OK