Lubbock Drug Rehabs

Lubbock Drug Rehabs

Lubbock is a city in and the county seat of Lubbock County, Texas.  It has a population of 229,573 it is the 11th most populous city in Texas. It has the nickname of “Hub City” and that comes from it being the economic, education, and health care hub of a multi county region commonly called the South Plains.  It is the home of three universities: Lubbock Christian University, Texas Tech and Texas Teach University Health Sciences Center. The median income of a household is $31,844 and for a family it is $41,418.  About 12.0% of families and 18.4% of the population live below the poverty level.  Lubbock has a drug problem.  There is a need for Lubbock Drug rehabs.

In February 2012, The Drug Enforcement Administration reported that 19 people had been arrested.  All of this came about after an investigation called “Operation Communication Breakdown” which targeted West Texas cocaine and marijuana distribution.  During the investigation authorities have seized about $727,000 from a bank account $300,000 in cash.  They pursued members of an organization that was responsible for distributing significant quantities of cocaine and also facilitators who provide dealers with products used to ‘cut’ or dilute cocaine before distribution.  Because of this investigation and the resulting arrests law enforcement agencies are expected to have an immediate impact on the supply of illicit drugs to this area.  Drugs rehabs are in need in Lubbock.  Drugs are harmful to many of us in many ways.  Get help finding Lubbock Drug rehabs.  Something can be done about it.

Whether you need assistance finding drug rehab programs, an outpatient clinic, a Lubbock drug rehab, a Abilene drug rehab, or one in another Texas city — we’re here to help.

Lubbock Drug Rehabs

Aspire Addiction Recovery Center
3330 70th Street #120
Lubbock, TX 79413
(806) 589-5911
aspirearc.com‎

Aspire Addiction Recovery Center

A AAA-1 Abuse & Addiction Helpline‎
6923 Indiana Avenue #215
Lubbock, TX 79413
(806) 318-0314
aaa-alcoholdrugrehab.com‎

AAA-1 Abuse & Addiction Helpline