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Rochester, Minnesota has a total of 28 drug rehab listing(s) containing information on alcohol rehab centers, addiction treatment centers, drug treatment programs, and rehabilitation clinics within the city. Contact us if you have a facility in Rochester, Minnesota and would like to share it in our directory. Additional information about specific Rochester listings is available by phoning our toll free rehab helpline at 866-720-3784.

Rochester is a city in Minnesota with a population of 112,225 as of 2015. As one of the largest cities in Minnesota, Rochester is also home to one of the biggest substance abuse problems for the state. Indeed, many of the people within the city suffer from addiction problems with drug and alcohol. This is true even though the city is home to the Mayo Clinic, one of the biggest health companies in the world.

Currently, one of the biggest problems for residents of Rochester is associated with an increasing dependency on opioids. The whole country of America is currently experiencing an epidemic associated with prescription drug use, and this is something that residents of Rochester are exposed to more commonly than people from other states. While other areas across the country also fight substance abuse problems, Minnesota is particularly subject to concerns with heroin, which is the problem that typically comes after addiction to an opioid or prescription drug. In 2015, the treatment admissions for heroin far exceeded that of marijuana for the first time. Meanwhile, 17% of the admissions in Rochester were for heroin.

Problems with Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Rochester

Heroin isn't the only problem in need of intervention and detox in Rochester, Minnesota. The entire state is currently suffering from a methamphetamine epidemic, which calls for more rehab and treatment centers around the area. According to the latest statistics, the height of the meth epidemic was around 2005. However, admissions for meth addiction to rehab clinics in 2015 exceeded this number in Rochester. On top of that, there was meth in almost a third of all the drug seizures that were conducted throughout the state in 2015, highlighting the problem of meth use, and suggesting the need for intervention solutions.

As if drug and alcohol addiction wasn't enough of a problem already, it's important to note that the number of deaths in Minnesota caused by overdose have increased steadily since 2000. This suggests that the problem that Rochester citizens have with drug and alcohol could have a real impact on the ability of the city to thrive in the current circumstances. Unfortunately, research also suggests that the availability of resources to cover the epidemic of drug and alcohol abuse in Minnesota is currently not enough. For residents of the city, the problems are too significant to be addressed by the few detox and treatment facilities available.

Getting Treatment in Rochester

While treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in Rochester may be more available than it is elsewhere in the state, it's important to remember that the number of solutions available overall to people suffering from substance abuse isn't enough. People need multi-faceted approaches to treatment if they want to overcome their addiction problems.

For people of Rochester, it's possible to choose between a range of rehab and addiction centers, including the Fountain Centers, the Gabels Recovery Home for Inpatient Treatment, and the Rochester Metro Treatment Center. There's also the Empower CTC Solution and the Oakridge Center.

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Drug Facts


  • Over 60 Million are said to have prescription for tranquilizers.
  • In 2013, that number increased to 3.5 million children on stimulants.
  • There were approximately 160,000 amphetamine and methamphetamine related emergency room visits in 2011.
  • Steroids can also lead to certain tumors and liver damage leading to cancer, according to studies conducted in the 1970's and 80's.
  • Women in college who drank experienced higher levels of sexual aggression acts from men.
  • Predatory drugs are drugs used to gain sexual advantage over the victim they include: Rohypnol (date rape drug), GHB and Ketamine.
  • 55% of all inhalant-related deaths are nearly instantaneous, known as 'Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome.'
  • Steroids damage hormones, causing guys to grow breasts and girls to grow beards and facial hair.
  • Other names of Cocaine include C, coke, nose candy, snow, white lady, toot, Charlie, blow, white dust or stardust.
  • The United States consumes 80% of the world's pain medication while only having 6% of the world's population.
  • The drug is toxic to the neurological system, destroying cells containing serotonin and dopamine.
  • Heroin belongs to a group of drugs known as 'opioids' that are from the opium poppy.
  • Over 13.5 million people admit to using opiates worldwide.
  • In the 1950s, methamphetamine was prescribed as a diet aid and to fight depression.
  • Excessive use of alcohol can lead to sexual impotence.
  • In 1805, morphine and codeine were isolated from opium, and morphine was used as a cure for opium addiction since its addictive characteristics were not known.
  • The most powerful prescription painkillers are called opioids, which are opium-like compounds.
  • Currently 7.1 million adults, over 2 percent of the population in the U.S. are locked up or on probation; about half of those suffer from some kind of addiction to heroin, alcohol, crack, crystal meth, or some other drug but only 20 percent of those addicts actually get effective treatment as a result of their involvement with the judicial system.
  • Crack Cocaine was first developed during the cocaine boom of the 1970's.

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