Alcohol and drug addiction affects thousands of residents across this beautiful Peach State. Marijuana is the number one substance abused in Georgia, followed by heroin and cocaine. Addiction can lead to major problems with careers, education, and families, and impacts Georgia communities on the financial and public safety levels.
Substances including marijuana and methamphetamine are produced in many rural and agricultural regions of Georgia, and made easily accessible to local residents. Much of the state’s drug trafficking takes place in Atlanta, since the city’s ethnic diversity makes it easy for foreign drug criminals to blend in. Georgia residents who become addicted to drugs and alcohol are at greater risk for financial and legal problems, as well as serious health problems including coma and death.
Fortunately, Georgia is home to hundreds of rehab centers that can help its residents overcome addiction to nearly any substance. Use Addictions.com to explore Georgia rehab centers, and to learn more about addiction treatments for marijuana, heroin, and cocaine.