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Davenport, Iowa has significantly higher rates of alcohol- and drug-related disease and death than other areas of the Quad Cities. Luckily, Davenport is home to multiple rehabilitation centers and addiction treatment services.

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Davenport, Iowa, has significantly higher rates of alcohol- and drug-related disease and drug-induced death than other areas in the Quad Cities.
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Drug Abuse Trends in Davenport, Iowa

Davenport, a city of just under 100,000 residents, is one of the Quad Cities on the border between Illinois and Iowa. Situated approximately halfway between Chicago and Des Moines, the city is also at the center of three interstates (80, 74, and 280) and two major highways. As such, Davenport has a growing population and, since the turn of the century, rising rates of drug-related hospitalization and death.

Heroin Overdose and Death in Davenport

Data from Iowa’s Department of Health show that the most common primary addictions treated from 2004 to 2014 were alcohol, marijuana, meth, and cocaine. However, starting in 2012, rates of opioid abuse have increased dramatically. In 2010, the Davenport fire department used Narcan to reverse five overdoses. In 2015, it was used at least 57 times. Likewise, in 2005, 608 people across the state were admitted to treatment for opioid addictions. In 2016, that number climbed to 2,274.

In 2005, 59 Iowans died from opioid-related causes. In 2016, 180 suffered opioid-related fatal overdoses.

The misconception that snorting or smoking heroin isn’t “as bad” as injecting it has become common across the country. Additionally, heroin is often cheaper, more potent, and more easily acquired than prescription opioids. A third of clients in Iowa’s medication assisted treatment programs report heroin use – it was the most common substance cited. Furthermore, a third of clients reported injecting drugs in the 30 days prior to treatment.

Substance Abuse Statistics for Davenport

113

percent

Davenport emergency medical services have used 113% more Narcan since 2013.

3

overdose calls per day

In Davenport, emergency services respond to at least three overdose calls per day.

19.5

deaths per 100,000

Davenport’s Scott County had a drug-induced death rate of 19.5 per 100,000 people, compared to the state rate of 9.2 and 14.1 for the U.S.

Addiction Treatment in Davenport

In Scott County, 47.9% of residents reported that the ease of access to substance abuse services was “excellent” or “very good.” Only 13.9% of respondents reported that access was “fair” or “poor.” Among Davenport residents, the Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (CADS) is a popular addiction treatment option. The center is licensed by the state, receives county funds for treatment, and must abide by government treatment guidelines. The city also hosts Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous support group meetings.

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With just 30 days at a rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings.

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The health consequences of addiction are on the rise in Davenport. More people suffer cirrhosis and liver disease in Scott County than any other county in the area. Thus, finding a rehab as soon as you decide to go to treatment can be vitally important.

The earlier you begin detox, the earlier you can reverse or avoid the negative consequences of addiction. To find a rehab and learn more about your addiction treatment options, contact a recovery provider now.

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Government Programs

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Name Location Phone
Quad Cities Area of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 37 Davenport
IA 52805
800-897-6242
Quad Cities Area of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 37 Davenport
IA 52805
800- 897-6242

College Programs

The St. Ambrose University Counseling Center

Saint Ambrose University

The St. Ambrose University Counseling Center provides a collaborative, confidential and supportive environment to students for open discussion of personal issues. The Counseling Center also prov...

518 Locust St
Davenport, IA 52803,

Augustana's Student Counseling Service

Augustana College

Some students feel anxious about seeking counselling. They may feel that there is something seriously wrong with them or might worry that it is a sign of weakness. To be benefitted from counsell...

639 38th Street
Rock Island, Illinois, 61201

The Student Counseling Service

Augustana College

It is essential to create a safe environment for the students and also provide them with the necessary support so that they feel free to discuss any problems or concerns that they may be having....

639 38th Street
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