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Oklahoma is a state located in the South Central region of the United States, which is bordered on the north by Kansas, in the northeast direction by Missouri, in the east by Arkansas and Texas on the south and west, on the west side by New Mexico and on the northwest direction by Colorado. Among the 50 states in the USA, Oklahoma is the 28th most populous and 20th most expensive state. The largest city of the state is Oklahoma and it is the capital too. The state’s economy is based on agricultural products, natural gas, and oil.



These are the top cities in Oklahoma

S.No Name of the cities Population Latitude/Longitude
1 Oklahoma City 631,346 35.468 / -97.516
2 Tulsa 403,505 36.154 / -95.993
3 Norman 120,284 35.223 / -97.439
4 Broken Arrow 106,563 36.053 / -95.791
5 Lawton 96,655 34.609 / -98.39

Most commonly abused drugs


Substance Abuse Statistics


Substance abuse treatment


S.No Name of the drug Number people received treatment Percentage
1 Methamphetamines 4359 30%
2 Alcohol 4101 28%
3 Marijuana 2851 2%
4 Opiates 2037 14%
5 Other Substances 812 6%
6 Cocaine 270 20%


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Oklahoma ranks in the top 10 for the alcohol and drug abuse in the country. In order to help the people of their state, the government takes all necessary actions and spends one part of its total economy against addiction and recovery programs. We addictionaide listed many treatment centers nearby you and you can pick the best one according to the treatment you required. Even you can call our experts for a free confidential assessment.


Current captions about Drug abuse in Oklahoma


In 2016, nearly 952 people lost their lives due to drug overdose deaths.



Nearly 328 overdose deaths by methamphetamine.


Nearly, 159,000 people ages 21 or older abuse heavy alcohol.

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