Long Island: Ground Zero for the Opioid Addiction Epidemic

Last year 500 families had to bury their loved ones as a result of opioid-related overdoses. Health officials fear that number will continue to go up. Long Island is battling a vicious opioid addiction epidemic and things are not looking good. State-funded rehab facilities are short on beds and addicts are dying every day.

Opioid addiction is no longer confined to the dark corners of Long Island – it’s in our vibrant communities throughout the area. Suffolk County and Nassau County are equally affected, with fentanyl often being mixed in with heroin for a deadly cocktail.

Whether it’s for yourself or a loved one, our recovery advocates can help you find the appropriate heroin drug rehab for your situation. Many people who develop a substance use disorder find it very difficult to stop using without professional help. If you or someone you know is looking for a detoxdrug rehabintervention, or outpatient drug rehab, our addiction resource center can help.

Long Island Interventions provides an opportunity for those struggling with substance abuse to recover safely. We believe in Long Island drug treatment programs that are solution-focused and evidence-based and our recovery advocates have decades of combined experience.

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