Heroin use is rampant in Pennsylvania. What used to be an inner city problem has spread to almost all areas of the state. 52,000 Pennsylvania residents are currently in treatment for heroin addiction and 760,000 heroin addicts in the state have yet to receive treatment. The widespread use of heroin is being attributed to its low price and easy access. The current system often sentences addicts to 30-day treatment programs, which is rarely enough to walk away sober. However, some Pennsylvania lawmakers and politicians are trying to change laws to provide addicts with better treatment options. If you’re struggling with heroin addiction, get help today! Call us at 888-711-0354.