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Perhaps the most famous party town in America, New Orleans is synonymous with a crazy time. However, while others treat this as some weekend getaway, there are many living in the city who must deal with the impact this culture has created.

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Covington Behavioral Health Hospital

Covington, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-454-4120

Acadiana Treatment Center

Sunset, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-548-6273

Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems

Lafayette, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

888-494-6620

Twelve Oaks Recovery Center

Navarre, FL

Multiple Levels of Care

844-885-1218

Crestwyn Behavioral Health

Memphis, TN

Multiple Levels of Care

844-496-4473

Delta Med Center

Memphis, TN

Outpatient

877-235-0382

Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital

Valdosta, GA

Multiple Levels of Care

866-692-1694

Riverwoods Behavioral Health System

Riverdale, GA

Multiple Levels of Care

866-246-8017

Banyan Texas

Waelder, TX

Full Spectrum of Care

877-254-1027

Southeast Addiction Center

Atlanta, GA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-614-6174

Lakeview Behavioral Health Hospital

Norcross, GA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-337-9509

Cedar Crest Hospital

Belton, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

888-989-5944

Addiction in New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana has a rich history, culture, and blend of people. However, this is often eclipsed by the droves of college students and young people flocking to the city to have a memorable night of partying, drinking, and trouble. While this seems like a good time to many tourists, they are often blind to what is going on with the people who live there. New Orleans is not only one of the biggest party cities, but one of the most violent. There is a vicious cycle of drug abuse, dealing, and taking over turf. Tragically, the trauma that these young people go through in New Orleans actually makes them more likely to abuse drugs in the future.

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Heroin Killing More in New Orleans Than Ever Before

New Orleans is a city of indulgence to many. Naturally, with the growth of the opioid epidemic, those indulgences have grown as well. In 2015, there were 92 deaths from drugs across the city. In 2017, there were 219. A majority of these deaths, 76%, involved some opioids in some way. Cocaine, was involved in 116 deaths, and fentanyl was present in 87 deaths, up from 48 the previous year. This is especially dangerous when the most common drug to cut with fentanyl, heroin, has been deemed “a public health crisis” by New Orleans Coroner, Dr. Jeffrey Rouse.

The presence of fentanyl is actually a large reason for the current opioid crisis our nation finds itself in. Dealers use the drug to cut with heroin to keep costs down. However, their equipment is not accurate enough to measure the drugs out, so many who deal fentanyl are selling people fatal doses. As fentanyl, an opioid 100 times stronger than morphine, is becoming more prevalent, more people are dying from overdose. This is especially true in a place like New Orleans, where heroin use was already more prevalent per capita than a majority of other cities.

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In 2017, there were 219 deaths by accidental drug overdose.

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2017 saw the greatest number of overdoses that involved fentanyl, an increase from 48 the previous year.

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homicides

There were 175 homicides in 2016. That was the first year that more people died by accidental drug overdose than murder.

Drugs and Homicide, A Vicious Cycle in New Orleans

Children in New Orleans are around a lot of tragedy growing up. Excessive deaths from drugs, homicides, and accidental causes ring through the city. These experiences create adverse childhood experience (ACEs). These ACEs add up to a score and, though it isn’t an exact science, the higher this score, the more likely someone will turn to drug abuse or develop some kind of mental health disorder. This environment in New Orleans has caused a vacuum of children being sucked into the same life of drugs and violence.

In 2017, there were 157 confirmed murders, a fall from the previous year’s 175. Unfortunately, despite the decline of murders in New Orleans deaths by drug use have climbed. 2016 was the first year that death by drugs were higher than murders in New Orleans.

Finding Help in New Orleans

While there are plenty of options for recovery in a city like New Orleans, the small environment may make you feel trapped. Going through the same streets, meeting up with the same people, and even experiencing the same sounds and smells can make changing your lifestyle feel impossible.

If you, or someone you know, suffer from addiction, perhaps the best thing you can do is make the decision to leave the place where the addiction was born. If that seems hard, you don’t know how, or you don’t know where to go, try reaching out to a dedicated treatment provider. They can help you determine the best place to seek recovery.

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Government Programs

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New Orleans Area Service Committee of NA PO Box 13801
New Orleans, LA 70185-3801
504-883-8202

College Programs

Counseling and Wellness Services

Xavier University of Louisiana

Counseling is provided for free for all the students. It is common for students to require a little nudge in the form of academic motivation, help with concentration. We also help them cope with...

1 Drexel Dr
New Orleans, LA 70125

Counseling Services

Dillard University

Since 1976 Dillard University’s Student Success Services is a federally funded program and has received continuous funding through the Department of Education. The intention of the program...

2601 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, Louisiana 70122

University Counseling Center (UCC)

Loyola University New Orleans

The mission of the UCC is to furnish the campus community with proficient services in the region of psychological counseling. The UCC perceives the formative idea of student life and along these...

6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 200, New Orleans, LA 70118

Alcohol & Other Drugs Support & Services

Tulane University of Louisiana

A huge range of services that is receptive to the challenges that university students face concerning alcohol and alternative drug use is provided by Tulane University. We offer services for col...

6823 ST. CHARLES AVE.
BLDG. 92, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

NOBTS Testing and Counseling Center

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

Through the Leeke Magee Christian Counseling Center the NOBTS family provides free and confidential counseling services at The NOBTS Testing and Counseling Center. We provide counseling for prem...

3939 Gentilly Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70126

Counseling Services

Southern University at New Orleans

We identify the value of trust in a counseling relationship. We use the wellness model for the students to reduce stress. There are various services like individual and group counseling services...

6400 Press Dr
New Orleans, LA 70126

Counseling Services

University of New Orleans

Counseling Services offers problem assessment, short-term personal counseling and career testing and counselling. In addressing mental health concerns in a professional, unbiased, objective way ...

2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148

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