Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Moore, OK

 Moore Oklahoma Drug Alcohol Rehab
Moore, Oklahoma is the seventh largest city in Oklahoma and a part of the Oklahoma City metro area. Moore is home to plenty of parks with walking trails and lakes, and all the amenities of Oklahoma City are less than 15 miles away.1 But in recent years this quiet suburban city and surrounding Cleveland County have also experienced a surge in drug and alcohol use. In 2020, Moore’s Cleveland County had the 29th highest hospitalization rate in the state for nonfatal drug overdoses. In Cleveland County, methamphetamine and a variety of prescription and non-prescription opioids are responsible for most drug-related hospitalizations and deaths.2 These trends make the availability of drug and alcohol rehab in Moore more important than ever. The community is responding with a variety of accredited inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment centers.

Find Rehab Centers in Moore

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Moore Youth and Family Services

624 Northwest 5th Street
Moore, OK 73160

405-799-3379 N/A N/A
Christian Counseling

412 North Telephone Road
Moore, OK 73160

405-794-5552 Outpatient N/A
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics in Moore, OK

Like much of the United States, Moore and Cleveland County have experienced the effects of the nationwide “opioid epidemic” driven by prescription painkillers like oxycodone and fentanyl as well as heroin, morphine, and illegally produced fentanyl analogs. But in Cleveland County, methamphetamine tops the list of substances driving the county’s drug-related hospitalization and death rates, with a 12-fold increase in meth-related overdose deaths between 2007 and 2020.3 Here are a few more recent statistics on drug and alcohol use in Moore and Cleveland County:4

Traveling to and Within Moore, OK

Moore Oklahoma
If you’re looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Moore, or if you’re visiting a friend or loved one who’s receiving addiction help at an alcohol and drug rehab in the area, you might like to know a few facts about the city and nearby communities:

Resources

  1. City of Moore. (n.d.). Community Resources.
  2. Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.(2020). Statistics and Data Dashboards: Cleveland County.
  3. Oklahoma State Department of Health. (2022). Cleveland County Drug Overdose Facts.
  4. Oklahoma State Department of Health. (2017). Cleveland County Prescription Opioid Overdose Facts.