There are several NA Meetings held in Beavercreek, Ohio each week.
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Alpha Church of Nazarene
Times: 8:30 pm
Address: 806 Alpha Road Beavercreek, Ohio 45434See Map , Online , Facebook
The Need for NA in Beavercreek, Ohio
Drug addiction problems may not be as noticeable in a rural town or a suburb like Beavercreek, OH. These places do have them and, thankfully, they also have good resources like Narcotics Anonymous meetings. Many people are helped every day by these meetings in small towns and in large cities. Many people just need help finding the right information about them.
Knowing what kind of drugs seem to be the most popular can be a start to tackling the drug addiction problem. The drug abuse and overdose reports for a city can help but these numbers are most likely going to come from the users themselves.
Is There a Drug Misuse Problem in Beavercreek, OH?
Beavercreek is located in Greene County. It is the second largest suburb of Dayton, making it part of the Dayton Metro area.
The Ohio Department of Health released a drug overdose Data Update for Greene County in 2019. The following was reported:
- In 2017, there were 63 unintentional deaths from drug overdose. There were 49 in 2018.
- Fentanyl and drugs related to it were involved in 75% of the 2017 deaths in 2017 and in 78% of deaths in 2018.
And Opioid Overdose Data Brief from 2017 reported the following for Greene County:
- Of the opioid deaths in the county from January 1-May 30, 2017, the breakdown of drugs is as follows<
- Fentanyl – 30%
- Cocaine, hydrocodone, morphine, opioids, oxy morphine, oxycodone – 23%
- Fentanyl analogs and others – 15%
- Carfentanil – 15%
- Acrylfentanyl – 11%
- Heroin – 4%
- Furanylfentanyl – 2%
Recovery Resources for Beavercreek, OH
SpringBoard Recovery sees many people come through our doors who are all seeking the same thing: recovery from addiction. We offer many types of resources and helpful tools, even for those who live out of state.
Sober Living Homes
One helpful resource that people who travel from Beavercreek can find helpful is sober living homes. These homes are located residentially and house several recovering addicts. They have been through some kind of formal inpatient program and this offers them a structured outpatient setting. There are rules and boundaries they must abide by, such as maintaining sobriety. They can work a regular job in order to pay their way at the house and this can help someone attending NA meetings to work those meetings into a schedule and be more structured.
Other Area Meetings
Beavercreek residents might also find these to be useful:
At SpringBoard Recovery, we aim to help as many people as possible reach recovery. We know it is not easy. But, with the right resources and a strong support system, it is possible.
If you want more information about addiction recovery resources in the Beavercreek area, please contact us today.