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Relapse Rates (or: How to Avoid Becoming A Statistic)

Statistics

Over the past years, relapses have taken the lives of addicts and alcoholisms all around the world — people who have been struggling to live another day. Unfortunately, too many succumb to chemical dependency, despite measures taken by local and federal government against the opioid epidemic in the United States.

No one person or organization can be blamed solely for this rise in relapse rates. For many, getting clean is a long and messy process, and failure points are in abundance. Admitting is one thing, but accepting is what can prevent a relapse and lower relapse rates over time.

Statistics are against us, and relapse rates are very real.

Relapse Rates by Substance

  • Heroin: 90%
  • Cocaine: 23%
  • Alcohol: 90%
  • Marijuana: 71%
  • Meth: 88%

Be proactive and do something to stop drugs from taking over your lives.

If you or someone you love may be suffering from an addiction, don’t hesitate to call for help today. Get the recovery process started to build a new successful life!

Compass Detox utilizes a 40-bed capacity, spread out over our 18,000 square foot top-of-the-line facility. We’re located in Pembroke Pines, Florida, just 30 minutes outside of Miami. A wide range of high-end amenities are available to our visitors during every step of the detox process. We want you to be comfortable and cared for while you’re here.

For more information, please call us at (954) 505-5550

Brooks V.
Brooks V.
Brooks has been a freelance journalist for the better part of two decades, as well as spending a decade as a crisis intervention counselor. Through his own work and researching the work of others throughout the many facets of the detox, crisis intervention, and mental health worlds he has been able to tell the stories of those worlds in an effort to help addicts and those with mental illnesses understand and navigate them.