Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Maine
What are the various types of drug and alcohol rehabs available in Maine? Should you attend a rehabilitation program in a different state, or it is best to stay within the Maine? Where do we start?
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Maine Drug Abuse Facts
Additionally, local authorities cite that regions along the Canadian/US border have existing problems with the abuse and availability of certain Canadian-made "club drugs," such as "Yaba'" tablets and "Enhanced Ecstasy."
Cocaine is available across the state of Maine in relatively small dosage. Although most of the cocaine is obtained locally by suppliers, it has been reported that some cocaine sources stem from as far as the states of New York and New Jersey. The drug, which is also used to produce crack cocaine, has been increasing in popularity in southern and central regions of Maine. Drug traffickers are known to travel by road to obtain supplies of the drug. It is known that the most important distribution points are located in Portland and Lewiston.
Maine's increasing availability of heroin is a problem which stems from the Massachusetts-based drug traffickers supplying to the local Maine distributors, who will smuggle the drug through transportation via vehicles. Heroin abuse and distribution is mostly prevalent in southern part of the state, and in regions bordering Canada.
Marijuana is the illegal drug of choice for Maine, which can be found and is available in abundance due to multiple local cultivators and high-grade marijuana being smuggled in from Canada, as well as lower grade marijuana, which is acquired from sources in southern New England and New York. Larger shipment of the drug is commonly smuggled into the state of Maine via motorized transportation means, but is also known to make its way into the state from Canada by traffickers on foot or by water, avoiding zones, which are monitored and guarded by law enforcement.
Hashish, which is a resin counterpart extracted from the cannabis plant, is available in smaller quantities and distributed by motorcycle gangs, which operate along the Canadian border. Although hashish is not as popular as marijuana and more scarce, authorities consider the mere presence of this hashish trafficking a potential threat for increase abuse in the State in the future.
Although not as severe a problem as cocaine or marijuana, methamphetamine abuse and availability are still of concern for certain regions of Maine, namely Aroostook County, where authorities report that low-quality meth is finding its way into the state from California via mail. Groups responsible for the trafficking of methamphetamine have been tied to outlaw motorcycle gangs. No methamphetamine seizures have been conducted by the law enforcement since 2005.
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