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Substance Abuse Stats for the City of Madison, Wisconsin  

Like the rest of Wisconsin, the state’s capital has not been spared from the nation’s substance abuse crisis. Here are some eye-opening statistics about drug abuse in Madison, WI which is the seat of Dane County:

  • In 2018 Dane County had a rate of 16.1 per 100,000 opioid-related deaths.
  • In just the month of June in 2018, 11 people died of a heroin overdose in Madison.
  • This was a 450% increase from the June of 2017 when two people died from heroin overdoses.

Choosing Between an Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient treatment is ideal for those who are fully committed to getting better and want the full support that only around the clock care can offer. Unfortunately, due to commitments in a person’s life such as work or childcare, this is not only possible, in which case outpatient treatment is the next best option. Many patients choose to combine both inpatient and outpatient components as part of their full rehab experience.

How Long Can Treatment at a Rehab Last?

Rehab treatment length will vary based on the individual’s needs. While you may see 21-day programs advertised, it is highly recommended to commit to a minimum of 90 days in order to see successful results. Many patients achieve full recovery by choosing to stay in rehab for significantly longer. A patient’s treatment team will help determine the right length of treatment time.

What to Expect at Rehab

Rehab can be broken down into a few major components:

  • A Structured Schedule: From eating meals at the same time to having a set schedule of activities, having a structure is a major facilitator of achieving long-term sobriety.
  • Peer Support: Whether it’s through innovative group therapy or just sharing understanding with a new friend over a meal, being among people who are experiencing the same healing process is helpful for everyone.
  • Individualized Treatment: A big part of success in rehab is having a program that’s been tailored to the individual, from needed medications to determining length of treatment.

When Would You Need to Go to Detox?

Detox is a critical component of rehab as it provides a safe place for a person’s system to be fully cleansed of substances as well as treating the physical effects of withdrawal. Without this care, withdrawal can be medically dangerous. Additionally, the right detox program sets a person up for full recovery. This is why it’s so important to heed the advice to attend detox.

How Long is Detox?

The length of time that detox is required is determined by numerous factors, including:

  • Weight
  • Metabolism
  • Substance Used
  • History of Substance Abuse

A higher weight or faster metabolism can shorten the length of time that detox is required. In general detox can be as short as 3 days but can last up to a week or even quite a bit longer.