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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services in Tacoma, Washington

Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities in Tacoma, Washington

The city of Tacoma is a fairly large port city within Pierce County, with most of its residents made up of families and adults with children, and the median ages within the city are between 25 and 45. Methamphetamine is the mostly widely used drug in the state and some families' struggle with this type of addiction, where as other families will have loved ones addicted to alcohol or cocaine, which are both very destructive drugs. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website do provide resources for the city and include a list of 20 programs operating within the city.

Can I still smoke marijuana after drug rehab?

Many addicts who are heavy marijuana users and go through treatment will ask themselves if they can still smoke marijuana after treatment. Because there is so much debate over this drug, and many states are attempting to legalize it or decriminalize it, it is very easy to justify the continual use of it. Addicts who go through treatment and may not have had a problem with alcohol will not necessarily go back to drinking alcohol again, and this is because it was a trigger for them to use other drugs. This can be a similar situation with marijuana; the ideal scene for an addict is to work to improve his or her life and become completely drug and alcohol free.

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Washington Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Washington Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different services in Tacoma, Washington. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of treatment centers in Tacoma, Washington