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El Paso is located in west Texas and is the sixth largest city in Texas. It has a population of 763,186 people and sits on the Rio Grande, across the border from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. It has a combined population of 2 million people and in 2010 was given an All-American City Award. El Paso is the home to the University of Texas at El Paso. It is also home to Fort Bliss, one of the largest military complexes of the United States Army. El Paso is at the intersection of three states – Texas, New Mexico and Chihuahua – and two countries – United States and Mexico. It is the only major Texas city on Mountain Time. Franklin Mountains State Park has 24,000 acres and is the largest urban park in the country. Because of its proximity to the Mexican border, El Paso has a significant problem with drug trafficking.

Texas is a large state and shares its border with Mexico. This fact has made drug trafficking a huge problem for law enforcement and state government. The drug trade is big business in Texas and has been connected to the influx of illegal immigrants coming across the border. The passage of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) more than ten years ago has only increased the amount of drug trafficking into the state. Rural and desolate areas in New Mexico and western Texas have provided a haven for drug smugglers. Large amounts of drugs are seized at the border every day. Drug traffickers get warehouses in El Paso where they hide the drugs and the money from the drug sales. Drug traffickers often recruit mules to transport the drugs. Cocaine is available in large quantities in Texas. Most of the cocaine supply is made into crack and then sold for high prices on the streets and in schools. Heroin trafficking continues to increase from Mexico. Heroin addiction and resulting overdose deaths are a problem for medical community and law enforcement. Methamphetamine is the most abused drug in Texas. Most of the methamphetamine supply enters Texas from Mexico. Club drugs are popular with high school and college students. As in every other state in the United States, prescription drug addiction continues to be a problem in Texas. The state has a severe shortage of physicians which has forced physicians from outside Texas to be allowed to write prescriptions. This has only contributed to the problem of “doctor shopping” and addiction.

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For more information on state-funded treatment programs in Texas contact,
The Behavioral and Community Health Services, Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street, Mail Code 2067,
Austin, Texas, 78756
(877) 966-3784.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Abilene 325-673-2711
Amarillo 806-373-4600
Arlington 817-261-8616
Austin 512-444-0071
Beaumont 409-832-1107
Brownsville 956-544-8530
Corpus Christi 361-992-8911
Dallas 214-887-6699
El Paso 915-562-4081
Fort Worth 817-332-3533
Galveston 409-763-9276
Houston 713-686-6300
Huntsville 936-291-3376
Lubbock 806-762-8086
Midland 432-682-8162
Paris 903-785-1951
San Antonio 210-828-6235
Temple 254-770-4629
Waco 254-754-3336

Narcotics Anonymous

Abilene 325-691-9209
Amarillo 866-431-6262
Austin 512-480-0004
Brazos Valley 979-822-9094
Brownwood 325-646-1903
Corpus Christi 361-992-2113
Dallas 972-699-9306
El Paso 915-566-6060
Houston 713-661-4200
Lubbock 806-470-9744
Texarkana 870-773-8470

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