Branson, MO., Hospital E.R. drug related admissions for last year:
Cocaine:12
Heroin:18
Meth:5
Ecstasy:4
OxyContin:15
Percocet:14
Vicodin:8
Xanax:20
Lortab:15
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Branson, MO. - Alcohol and Drug Rehab Facilities

  • Heartland Center for Behavioral Change

    Primary Treatment Type:
    Substance Abuse Treatment Services
    Type of Rehab:

    Outpatient

    Additional Services Offered:
    Addiction Treatment Programs

    Specialty Programs:
    Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders
    Persons With Hiv/Aids
    Gays And Lesbians
    Seniors/Older Adults
    Pregnant/Postpartum Women
    Women
    Men
    Criminal Justice Clients

    Accepted Payment Types:
    Self Payment
    Medicaid
    Medicare
    State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid)
    Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)
    Sliding Fee Scale (Fee Is Based On Income And Other Factors)

    Language Services:
    Asl Or Other Assistance For Hearing Impaired

    602 South 6th Street Branson, MO. 65616

    417-239-0759
  • Cox Medical Center

    Type of Rehab:

    Hospital Inpatient

    Additional Services Offered:
    Addiction Treatment Programs

    Accepted Payment Types:
    Self Payment
    Medicaid
    Medicare
    State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid)
    Private Health Insurance
    Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)

    Language Services:
    Asl Or Other Assistance For Hearing Impaired

    525 Branson Landing Boulevard Branson, MO. 65616

    417-335-7000
  • Burrell Behavioral Health

    Primary Treatment Type:
    Substance Abuse Treatment Services
    Type of Rehab:

    Outpatient

    Additional Services Offered:
    Addiction Treatment Programs

    Specialty Programs:
    Seniors/Older Adults
    Women
    Men
    Dui/Dwi Offenders
    Criminal Justice Clients

    Accepted Payment Types:
    Self Payment
    Medicaid
    State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid)
    Private Health Insurance
    Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)

    155 Corporate Place Branson, MO. 65616

    417-893-7740
Drug Trends
US Drug Trends consistently strives to keep updated and accurate data on drug trends throughout the U.S. You can help us by taking our short poll below and submitting your answers at the bottom.
Do you currently use illegal drugs or alcohol?
No86%
Yes14%
Have you ever used illegal drugs or alcohol in the past?
No93%
Yes7%
Do you know someone in Branson that uses marijuana?
No19%
Yes81%
Do you agree with the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes?
No34%
Yes66%
How old were you the first time you tried an illegal drug in Branson, MO.?
Under 186%
18-2550%
26-3518%
36-504%
50 Plus2%
I have never used illegal drugs20%
Do you believe cocaine is a common drug in Branson, Missouri?
No35%
Yes65%
Do you feel that meth use is on the rise in Branson?
No25%
Yes75%
Do you believe there are dangers associated with the use of ecstasy in Branson?
No90%
Yes10%
Do you feel that prescription drug abuse is a growing problem in Branson, MO.?
No8%
Yes92%
Do you think that drug or alcohol rehabilitation at a proper facility is the best way to handle a drug or alcohol addiction?
No18%
Yes82%
  • Drug and Alcohol Statistics in Branson, Missouri
  • As of 2009, an estimated 17,339 people live in Branson, Missouri. Alcohol and Drug addiction in Branson, Missouri is an increasing problem.

    Alcohol Addiction in Branson, Missouri

    Of the 17,339 individuals currently living in Branson, Missouri, 7,803 don't drink alcohol and 4,508 say that they consume alcohol less than once a week. In Branson, Missouri 12,311 individuals don't drink an unhealthy amount of alcohol. There are, however, 4,161 people in Branson, Missouri that consume an amount of alcohol that would classify them as heavy drinkers.

    In order to recover from alcohol addiction it is essential that you get yourself or loved one into an alcohol recovery program. Every year, there are over 74K alcohol-related deaths that costs over $183 Billion annually.

    According to research on alcohol advertising, there is not a strong connection between ads for alcohol and alcohol consumption and abuse in Branson, Missouri. That does not hold true for their effects on children. Research indicates that children that are exposed to alcohol-related advertisements in Branson, Missouri are more prone to start drinking at a younger age and to look upon drinking alcohol as a positive thing. This also translates to a higher number of children in Branson, Missouri who grow up to be alcohol drinkers.

    Drug Dependence Stats in Branson, Missouri

    There are about 1,613 individuals in Branson, Missouri that use illicit drugs of some type.

    A detailed accounting of this percentage is as follows:

    1. 255 individuals drink alcohol and abuse some other drug in Branson, Missouri
    2. 243 individuals use marijuana in Branson, Missouri
    3. 205 individuals abuse or are dependent upon Heroin in Branson, Missouri
    4. 144 individuals snort or smoke cocaine (crack) in Branson, Missouri
    5. 124 individuals abuse stimulants in Branson, Missouri
    6. 52 individuals abuse or use Opiates (except heroin), in Branson, Missouri
    7. 48 individuals abuse cocaine (specifically powder, not crack) in Branson, Missouri
    8. 3 individuals abuse or use tranquilizers in Branson, Missouri
    9. 2 individuals in Branson, Missouri abuse or use PCP
    10. 2 individuals are addicted to sedatives in Branson, Missouri
    11. 2 individuals in Branson, Missouri abuse hallucinogens (e.g. ecstasy or LSD)
    12. 2 individuals abuse Inhalants in Branson, Missouri
    13. 6 individuals in Branson, Missouri use other kinds of illicit drugs

    It is essential to find alcohol or drug recovery programs for the high volume of individuals in Branson, Missouri abusing or addicted to alcohol and drugs, as this number is growing each year. We at UsDrugTrends.com offer information on the various kinds of alcohol and drug programs in Branson, Missouri. If more information is needed, please take a moment and call to talk to a certified drug counselor for help finding a drug or alcohol recovery center. The call for help is toll-free and the service is free of charge.