There are currently 17,783 people living in McAlester, Oklahoma.
As of 2000, there are 1,249 married couples in McAlester.
There are 666 single parent families in McAlester, OK.
There are 1,915 families with children living in McAlester.
Education Data, McAlester, OK.
In McAlester, there are 12,300 individuals with some type of education.
Out of those people, 4,279 have graduated highschool, 3,545 have completed some college, and 1,811 have a bachelor degree or higher.
Income Data, McAlester
The average family income in McAlester, OK. is $36,588.
There are 2,951 people living in poverty in McAlester.
4,125 people in McAlester, Oklahoma own their own homes.
2,044 people currently rent in McAlester.
The average rent in McAlester is $409.
Treatment Service Definitions
Treatment Services for Residential Short-Term - McAlester, Oklahoma
Short-term residential treatment services can provide locations of drug or alcohol treatment programs that last 30 days or less and have a facility the individual lives at. Short-Term rehabs provide a safe environment where the individual can address their drug or alcohol addiction without the distraction of people or outside influences that would be detrimental to rehabilitation. Drug Counselors and Interventionists can help in locating these types of facilities.
Outpatient Treatment services for Drug and Alcohol Abuse - McAlester, Oklahoma
Treatment Services for Outpatient Programs can help individuals looking for outpatient programs by providing locations and facilities that provide outpatient treatment. Outpatient Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction generally consists of attending regular meetings at a designated facility. However, once meetings are over, individuals who attend an outpatient program return to their own homes and do not live or stay at a facility.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services for Men - McAlester, Oklahoma
Treatment services that specialize in Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehabilitation for men can provide treatment option that have tailored programs fit to men's lifestyles. These programs may have specific activities, classes and programs, counselors and other options that are designed to deal specifically with men suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you have an intervention planned to get the individual into a drug or alcohol rehab, let the interventionist or registered addiction specialist know that you are looking for this type of treatment facility.