Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Springfield, OR

 Springfield Oregon Drug Alcohol Rehab
With a population of 62,256, Springfield is the second-largest city in Lane County in Oregon.1 The people here enjoy a quiet, country lifestyle, but there is an issue with substance abuse in the area. In 2020, 23.2 people in the county per 100,000 residents died of a drug or alcohol overdose.2 If you or someone you care for struggles with addiction, there are places to turn for help. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, there are three accredited drug and alcohol rehabs in Springfield and 17 in neighboring Eugene.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Springfield, Oregon

The Centers for Disease Control keeps account of drug and alcohol-related deaths in the U.S. each year. This and other data shows:2,4

Getting to and Around Springfield, Oregon

Springfield Oregon
Springfield is a rural city in the Eugene-Springfield Metro area, loved for its abundance of natural beauty and lower housing costs than the city. This historic city was named in 1848 after the natural springs in the area. The lumber industry has been the main livelihood in Springfield, though the medical sector has been growing:

Resources

  1. United States Census Bureau. (March 17, 2022). American Community Survey 5-Year Data (2009-2020).
  2. Center for Disease Control. (2022). CDC Wonder Tool.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. (2022). Treatment Locator Tool.
  4. Center for Disease Control. (2022). U.S. County Opioid Dispensing Rates, 2020.