Alcohol & Drug Rehab Facility Near New York State

Both New York City and New York State are no strangers to the devastating effects that drug and alcohol misuse and addiction can have on residents. In fact, in 2021, it was reported that 30 out of every 100,000 New Yorkers died as a result of a drug overdose.1 Even more concerning was that 25 out of those 30 New Yorkers fatally overdosed on opioids.1 Sadly, New York’s opioid overdose death rates remained higher than national rates for both 2020 and 2021.1

Thankfully, substance misuse and addiction can be treated. At Sunrise House, our northeast rehab center, we can help New Yorkers regain control over their lives and put a stop to the dangerous use of drugs and/or alcohol.

Addiction Treatment Near New York
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Addiction Treatment Near New York State

If you are searching for a rehab in New York State or the surrounding areas, consider Sunrise House. At our drug and alcohol rehab in Lafayette, NJ, we encourage you to take some time to understand what our facility offers and help you determine if our services and accommodations meet your specific needs.

Upon starting the treatment admissions process, one of our compassionate and skilled clinicians will assess you to determine the levels of addiction treatment that may be best for you. These may include the following:
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New York Addiction Statistics
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New York Substance Abuse Statistics

According to the New York State Department of Health’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System for 2020, approximately one in six adults in New York engaged in excessive alcohol use.2 More New Yorkers participated in binge drinking (14.7%) than in heavy drinking (6.5%).2 Binge drinking is defined as men consuming 5 or more drinks and women consuming 4 or more drinks on one occasion.3 Heavy drinking, on the other hand, is defined as women consuming 8+ drinks and men consuming 15+ drinks a week.3 More than 30% of all motor vehicle accidents in New York involved alcohol and approximately 43 traffic fatalities were connected to DWI’s in 2022.4

There is data for a large majority of counties throughout New York regarding drug overdose deaths. In the counties where data is available, studies show that drug overdose deaths have increased more than double between 2010 and 2020.1 For example, Dutchess County (home of popular towns Poughkeepsie and Hyde Park) went from a rate of about 20 per every 100,000 New Yorkers dying as a result of drug overdoses in 2010 to approximately 45 per every 100,000 New Yorkers in 2020.1 Other counties, including Bronx, Niagara, Albany, Manhattan, and Brooklyn counties, also experienced similar increases in rates of drug overdoses between that same 10-year period.1

The impact of substance use disorder is far-reaching and affects not just individuals but families as well as entire communities. Therefore, seeking rehab centers in New York and the surrounding areas can be an excellent first step to take in a journey towards recovery.

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