Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Shawnee, KS

Originally incorporated as Gum Springs in the 1850s, Shawnee was the first community founded in Johnson County. The Kansas City suburb has a rich American Midwestern history with a heritage that reaches back to the prehistoric era of the Osage native people. It’s also known for its government transportation routes connected to the Ft. Leavenworth-Ft. Scott Military Road. Kansas, in general, is known for its expansive prairies, rolling hills, and natural beauty. However, the rates of substance use and overdose-related fatalities have been prevalent and growing throughout the state, including Johnson County. From 2012 to 2021, Johnson County had at least 583 drug-related deaths, which comes to an average of 9.85 deaths per 100,000 people.1 Fortunately, you can easily find an accredited drug or alcohol rehab in Shawnee if needed.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Shawnee, Kansas

Residents of Johnson County and Shawnee aren’t just affected by illicit substances but excessive alcohol use as well. Look at the recent statistics for substance use in Johnson County as a whole:2

Local Information for Shawnee, Kansas

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If you plan to attend an alcohol rehab, drug rehab, or detox center in Shawnee or visit a loved one receiving addiction treatment there, it’s essential to know how to get around.

Here are some travel tips to keep in mind for when you’re coming, staying a while, or going:

Resources

  1. Kansas Division of Public Health. (n.d.). Kansas Overdose Data Dashboard: Deaths By County, 2012-2021.
  2. Kansas Health Matters. (n.d.). Indicators: Health/Alcohol Drug Use.