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Drug Rehabs in East Honolulu, HI

East Honolulu suffers from similar substance abuse issues as the rest of the Hawaiian Islands. Luckily, there are treatment options available.

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East Honolulu Substance Abuse

East Honolulu’s substance abuse problem has been an ongoing threat to the city’s wellbeing. Similar to many other American cities, opioids like heroin and prescription painkillers are commonly abused by local residents. Heroin was a major drug found flooding the Hawaiian market since the 1970s and 1980s. Presently the use of drugs like meth, marijuana and alcohol continue to increase. In 2010, police seized 24.944 kilograms of powered cocaine. In the same year, 125.096 kilos of meth were seized by police.

East Honolulu Methamphetamine Abuse

There has been a history of meth abuse in East Honolulu for decades. Rates of meth abuse in Honolulu doubled from 1994 to 2000. News reports express police finding 7 pounds of meth in 2015, a number than increases daily. The most common forms of meth Hawaii has witnessed include both powder and crystal form. Widely available in all of Hawaii, much of Honolulu’s meth supply comes from California. The meth supply funneled into Hawaii is often white and “highly refined” but may also appear as a powered brown substance.

As a result of meth abuse, violent acts have become normal in parts of East Honolulu. People using meth endure side effects and may become aggressive in their behavior. Meth users “tweak,” which makes them fidgety and agitated, and more prone to violence. Most of East Honolulu’s drug sentencing includes meth. Lastly, health problems affect East Honolulu residents who abuse meth, creating long-term cardiac problems even if they discontinue use.

East Honolulu Alcohol Abuse

Youth alcohol statistics may be surprising. In previous years, the East Honolulu area has reported high rate of youth and adolescent alcohol abuse. Over 44.3% of the 18 to 25-year olds admitted to binge drinking in the previous year. This is compared to the 21.6% of those 26 and older who admitted to binge drinking in the last year. 12.1% of East Honolulu’s population aged 21 to 29 were heavy drinkers.

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Homelessness and Drug Abuse in East Honolulu

The state of Hawaii has continued to endure problems with homelessness. Often times, homelessness and substance abuse disorders go hand-in-hand. Homelessness can occur because of one’s battles with addiction, or substance use disorders can happen as a result of trying to cope with living on the street. 2018 data revealed 6,530 people are homeless living in Hawaii each day, while other data suggests 46 out of 10,000 Hawaiians remain homeless. These are some of the highest rates of homelessness in America.

As a result of difficulties living on the stress, including extreme hunger and violence, many can develop unusual coping mechanisms. Major factors in Hawaiian homelessness were untreated substance abuse and mental health disorders. Patients who once has chronic pain and abused prescription opioids won’t be able to maintain their chemical use disorder.

Because of substance abuse, the individual risks job loss and severed relationships. Family members are torn between giving support to their loved one’s, but feeling frustration over losing them to chemical use disorders.

Getting The Help You Need in East Honolulu

Substance abuse often conceals underlying mental or emotional disorders. The problem is when we are unaware of these problems and medicate with harmful chemicals. Finding help through rehab is a strong solution to both substance abuse and untreated mental health conditions. Select East Honolulu rehabs offer housing to patients struggling with homelessness for free. Paid facilities also offer inpatient care with additional life-changing benefits. Take the first step and call a dedicated treatment provider today.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Foothill Area Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 2467
Porterville, CA 93258
559-784-4420

AA and NA Meetings in East Honolulu

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Tulare County Central Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous 449 E. Maple St. Exeter, California Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Tuesday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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