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Did you know that according to the National Coalition of Alcohol and Drugs, the total cost to the U. S. of substance abuse is estimated to be approximately $166 billion dollars per year?
Did you know that one out of every ten Americans (76 million people) is affected by alcoholism in their families?
The age when people start using drugs is getting younger and younger.
In an average week, Americans drink 2.3 billion alcoholic drinks; smoke 8.25 billion cigarettes; take 20 million antidepressants; and pop 1 million tabs of Ecstasy.
The total cost of drug abuse to society rose at approximately a six percent annual rate between 1992 and 2000.
Drugs Don’t Pay
The Bush Administration has asked Congress for $2.5 billion for fiscal year 2004 to fund substance abuse programs.
A $65 million Federal funding grant has been approved that will allow convicts to apply for substance abuse treatment after they leave the penal system.
Restoring Broken Lives
Peniel Residential Drug/Alcohol Treatment Center