Sherman, Texas Drug Rehabs

Sherman, Texas Drug Rehabs

Sherman is a city in and the county seat of Grayson County, Texas.  As of the 2010 census the population was 38,521.  During the Sherman Riots of 1930 the elegant second courthouse was burned down by arson during the trial of an African American man, Hughes.  He was locked in the vault at the courthouse and died in the fire.  After rioters got his body and dragged it behind a car, handed it and set it afire.  The Governor sent National Guard Troops to control the situation.  That is southern hospitality at its best.  The median income for a household is $34,211 and the median income for a family is $42,528.  About 9.6% of families ad 13.3% of the population were below the poverty line.  Sherman does have a drug problem.  There is a need for Sherman drug rehabs.

Sherman Drug Rehabs

In April 2012, the Sherman Police were led to an apartment complex with reports that someone smelled marijuana.  They got a search warrant for the apartment and they uncovered 5 pounds of marijuana, 2 ounces of cocaine and $1,000 in cash all in one apartment.  Then another apartment was searched and they found $10,000 worth of drugs.  One resident of the complex said he was shocked to find out there was drug activity going on in the complex.  “It was always a safe and quiet community,” and now several of the residents have been arrested on possession of drugs.  Drugs are readily available and are usually right under our nose.  Don’t get caught up in the use and abuse of drugs.  Get help finding Sherman drug rehabs.  Something can be done about it.

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

Sherman Drug Rehabs

House of Hope
2415 Texoma Parkway, Sherman, TX
(903) 868-2123 ‎ · hohtreatment.com

Substance Abuse Council‎
201 South Travis Street
Sherman, TX 75090
(903) 892-9911
sachelp.org‎

Substance Abuse Council