New Iberia, Louisiana Drug Rehabs
The town of New Iberia dates from spring 1779. The Spanish settlers called the town “Nueva Iberia” in honor of Iberian Peninsula. The American settlers called it “New Town” after the Louisiana Purchase. New Iberia’s job market is primarily sugar cane harvesting. They also host the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival which celebrates the sugar cane harvest, locally referred to as grinding. Sugar cane is New Iberia’s principal crop grown by farmers. Unfortunately, approximately 40% of children under the age of 18 live below the poverty line. Oftentimes the lower the income of the family, the higher the crime statistic. It is a sad testament to the state of society, but it is a situation that must be addressed. New Iberia drug rehabs have also seen an increase in the number of people seeking drug and alcohol treatment.
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Typically when using drugs, an individual can become very introverted and will sometimes choose to not communicate any problems which are occurring with them. This can cause a drug addict to fee more shame and guilt about who they are and the way they feel. New Iberia drug rehabs understand the importance of extroverting the addict and help them learn how to take attention off of themselves and put more focus on their present time environment. New Iberia drug rehabs understand that this type of approach will greatly raise a person’s perception and ability to handle problems within their life. New Iberia drug rehabs help give a person more control over their lives.
New Iberia Drug Rehabs
Keys For Sober Living, LLC
132 W Saint Peter St, New Iberia, LA
(337) 364-9094 · keysforsoberliving.com
Freedom Recovery Center of Acadiana
325 Kaliste Saloom Road #100, Lafayette, LA
(337) 234-1490 · frcacadiana.com