Mission, Texas Drug Rehabs
Mission is a city in Hidalgo County, Texas. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 77,058. It is part of the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission metro area. This city has been advertised as the “Home of the Ruby Red Grapefruit” since 1921 and that is because of the fruit commonly grown in the area. It is home to the Texas Citrus Exchange. There is an annual parade along Conway Avenue called the Texas Citrus Fiesta parade with fruit decorated floats. The median income for a household in the city was #30,647 and the median income for the city was #12,796. About 22.6% of families and 26.8% of the population were below the poverty line. Mission does have a drug problem. There is a need for Mission Drug rehabs.
In June, 2012 officials came across a coordinated drug smuggling attempt in Mission and it ended up in gunfire that came from across the border aimed at US law enforcement. Now officers along the entire Texas Mexico border are on alert. It is clear the cartel’s tactics are changing. Mission police led on a high-speed chase in the Rio Grande valley where alleged drug smugglers were throwing bundles of marijuana out of their truck and in the path of pursuing officers. A second vehicle was trying to ram police. It ended on the banks of the river with gunshots exchanged. This armed confrontation is alarming and there are hopes it is not a new trend or new escalation of the drug war in Mexico. They are very serious about getting their drugs out along the border. These drugs are intended for many cities but Mission is in drug trouble. Get help finding Mission drug rehabs now. Something can be done about it.
Mission Drug Rehabs
Aptus Therapy Services
1112 E Griffin Pkwy # C, Mission, TX
(956) 271-4565 · aptushealthcare.com
Christian Drug Detox
808 South Shary Road #5
Mission, TX 78572