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Knack Media just completed a massive guide about drug rehab directories. The page explains how a national rehab directory can help treatment centers bring new clients to their facilities. Business directories have been around since the beginning of the internet, and people have been using them to list their services and to help with their search engine optimization.

The new post explains how a national rehab directory can help centers, and Knack Media complied a short list of the best rehab directories, and how centers can join the list of drug rehabs in the U.S. in these directories.

The page offers the top 5 drug rehab directories, and why rehabs should use them. A directory of substance abuse treatment centers allows consumers the ability to find a treatment center by location and amenities. There is a growing need for quality rehab centers, the CDC data shows increase in large U.S. cities from Opioid Overdoses

The growing opioid epidemic is a big problem but what’s even more is that large U.S. cities are being plagued with increasing opioid overdoses with no end in sight.

Centers for Disease Control found a 54 percent increase in overdoses from July 2016 through September 2017 in large cities within 16 states including Chicago, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. A bright outlook was that the CDC found that West Virginia, New Hampshire and Kentucky all had a decrease in opioid overdoses.

The overdose increase is strongly tied with urban heroin dealers who want to gain more profit by cutting their heroin with fentanyl, a deadly potent synthetic drug. It is 25-50 times more powerful than heroin.

This report by CDC was found through analyzing emergency room data from 16 different states that have been hit hardest by this opioid overdose plague. Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, West Virginia and Wisconsin. The report found a substantial growth in Wisconsin at 109 percent, Delaware at 105 percent, Illinois at 66 percent, Indiana at 35 percent, Maine at 34 percent and North Carolina at 31 percent. The Midwest saw a 70 percent increase in opioid overdoses. Kentucky had decreased in overdoses by 15 percent.

To find the best drug rehab directory available on the web to list a facility. Visit the drug rehab directory post released by Knack Media and submit your center to the top national rehab directory.

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