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Substance Abuse Stats for the City of El Paso, Texas  

Are you wondering about substance abuse rates in El Paso? El Paso is a part of El Paso County. The statistics below are specific to this area.

  • El Paso County recorded a total of 93 drug overdose deaths in 2017.
  • The annual rate of drug overdose fatalities for 2017 was 11.1 per 100,000 residents in El Paso County.
  • Drug dependence impacts approximately 1 in 50 people over the age of 12 in El Paso County.

Choosing Between an Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab requires a smaller time commitment than inpatient rehab, as you will be able to return home when you aren’t in treatment.

Inpatient care, on the other hand, offers ongoing supervision and support at all times of the day or night. Inpatient care is best for patients with severe addictions.

Some clients may begin with inpatient rehab and later move to an outpatient program after making some progress in their journey to recovery.

How Long Can Treatment at a Rehab Last?

Research on addiction recovery shows that it is best if you remain in treatment for at least 90 days. However, programs that last less than 90 days are also available.

Although it may be tempting to opt for a shorter program, it isn’t worth risking your recovery. Choose the longest program you can tolerate for the best results.

Many clients find it helpful to continue outpatient therapy even after the initial rehab program ends.

What to Expect at Rehab

Most clients wonder what they can expect when they begin a rehab program. In most cases, rehab programs will include a variety of different services. Some of the most common services include:

  • Therapy – During rehab, you may participate in psychotherapy and/or behavioral therapy. The purpose of therapy is to help you understand and overcome your addiction.
  • Medication – Some clients may benefit from taking medication to reduce cravings for drugs or alcohol.
  • Peer support – Spending time with peers can facilitate a quicker, stronger recovery.

When Would You Need to Go to Detox?

In many cases, your care team will require you to attend detox before you begin your rehab program. The purpose of detox is to provide you with the support you need when you stop using drugs. During this time, you may experience withdrawal symptoms and cravings.

Even if detox is not required, it is still a good idea to go if you are physically dependent on drugs, or if you think you will have trouble stopping the use of drugs on your own.

How Long is Detox?

Your detox program length will be determined by your specific situation. For example, some drugs take longer to leave the body than others. Likewise, your detox experience will also be affected by the speed of your metabolism.

Clients who have certain chronic health conditions may spend more time in detox, especially if complications develop. In addition, longer detox programs are often required for heavy drug users.