Are you looking for heroin addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one?
At The Plymouth House we understand just how devastating heroin addiction can be. Heroin addiction affects thousands of Americans on an annual basis. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, roughly 948,000 Americans admitted to using heroin at least once in the year 2016. The number of men and women that use heroin regularly has been on the rise since 2007. Heroin-related overdose deaths are one of the leading causes of accidental death throughout the country, and an estimated 136 innocent men and women lose their lives to heroin overdose on a daily basis. The number of people suffering from a diagnosable heroin use disorder (as outlined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition) has risen from 214,000 in 2002 to 626,000 in 2016. The demographic that uses heroin most frequently is young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25. If you or someone you love has been struggling at the hands of a heroin abuse disorder of any severity, you know just how devastating it can be.
But..there is hope! The Plymouth House has helped hundreds of men and women recover from heroin addiction and go on to lead healthy, happy and substance-free lives. The Plymouth House Program utilizes a powerful combination of intense 12-Step work, therapy and holistic treatment options in order to consistently deliver the most effective care available. Continue reading to learn more about our unique program of heroin addiction recovery, or 24 hours a day.