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In Michigan Methamphetamine is produced in great quantities in rural laboratories and Crystal Meth use is steadily increasing.

Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana, and MDMA are the primary drug threats in the state of Michigan.



Cocaine: Cocaine and crack Cocaine trafficking and abuse remain at high levels within the state of Michigan.Wholesale distribution cells operating in the major cities of Michigan are directed by Mexican drug trafficking organizations that have direct links to Colombian cartels. Local crack distribution cells dominate inner city trafficking activities. These organizations are frequently involved in violence in conjunction with their illicit activities. Cocaine purity levels range between 40% to 90% and quantities can be purchased in amounts ranging from grams to several kilograms.

Heroin: Heroin is widely available throughout the Detroit metropolitan area and the more densely populated areas of Michigan. Large quantities of Heroin are imported from South America, Mexico and Africa. Southeast and Southwest Asian Heroin is available in the metropolitan Detroit area; however, South American Heroin is the most abundant. Major Heroin trafficking organizations in Michigan are inner-city and Hispanic—although, Nigerian drug trafficking organizations continue to transport significant amounts of Heroin into Michigan. The city of Detroit is a transshipment area to other communities in Michigan and Ohio, as well as a consumption city. Western Michigan has seen a rise in Heroin abuse among young middle-class suburbanites. The suburban OxyContin abuse has transitioned into Heroin as local economies fail and the price of Heroin is more affordable.

Methamphetamine: In 2008, Michigan authorities saw a noticeable increase in lab, chemical or equipment Methamphetamine seizures. However, small “Mom and Pop” and “One Pot” operators continue to dominate the manufacturing of Methamphetamine in small one to two ounce quantities for personal use and for distribution at the local level. The primary producers of Methamphetamine are Caucasian and Hispanic males.

Marijuana: The Northern Border is increasingly utilized to transport Canadian indoor-grown Marijuana, referred to as B.C. Bud, into the United States at Michigan ports of entry. B.C. Bud has a higher tetrahydrcannabinol (THC) content than domestically grown or Mexican produced Marijuana. As a result, the demand for B.C. Bud is significantly increasing. Significant Marijuana seizures at the Northern Border ports of entry in Michigan have increased. Multi-hundred pound seizures of B.C. Bud are regularly transported across the Northern Border. The Northern Border Ambassador Bridge located at the Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario port of entry is one of the busiest commercial land border entry ports in the world, making the detection of Marijuana commingled with legitimate goods a daunting task. Marijuana transported into Michigan from the Southwest Border is primarily distributed by Mexican, Chaldean and inner-city trafficking organizations.

OxyContin: OxyContin demand is increasing throughout the state. The Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) program indicates that the state’s OxyContin prescriptions have increased by 31 percent. Michigan is ranked number 30 for its OxyContin consumption per capita. Straits Area Narcotic Enforcement (SANE) Task Force, located in Cheboygan County, Michigan reported that 90 percent of the problems encountered are related to OxyContin. OxyContin abusers are obtaining this drug through break-ins and robberies, doctor shopping, stealing from legitimate patients, selling parts of legitimate prescriptions, home break-ins and forged prescriptions.

Prescription Drugs: The abuse and diversion of prescription drugs, particularly hydrocodone, Oxycodone (Lortab, Lorcet, Vicodin, and Oxycontin), and methadone, is increasing throughout the state.Detroit is a source city for OxyContin that is transported and distributed to users in Kentucky and West Virginia for a high profit margin. This is ample reason for Michigan drug rehab, and Michigan drug detox attention state wide immediately.

The drug problem in the United States has become a real epidemic. Instead of treating drug addicts like criminals we believe people suffering from pain pill addiction, alcoholism and other drug addictions should have a comfortable drug detox to ensure long lasting sobriety and clean time. Addiction to prescription drugs can be one of the hardest addictions to treat and we believe that inpatient drug detox is the most effective way of dealing with opiate detox.

Medication and comfort equal the perfect drug detox. Just call 1-616-439-0914.

For more information on state-funded detox treatment programs in Michigan, contact

The Michigan Office of Drug Control Policy, Bureau of Substance Abuse & Addiction Services, Department of Community Health
320 S. Walnut, Lewis Cass Bldg., 5th Floor,
Lansing, Michigan 48913

Alcoholics Anonymous
Ann Arbor 734-482-0707
Caseville 989-550-4980
Detroit 313-921-1778
Grand Rapids 616-913-9149
Midland 989-695-2975
Saginaw 989-776-1241
Traverse City 231-946-8823

Narcotics Anonymous
Ann Arbor 734-913-9839
Battle Creek 269-969-5106
Muskegon 231-726-6262
Metro-Detroit 248-543-7200
Lansing 517-371-8606

To find the Michigan drug detox for you please call 1-616-439-0914.