What Are the %’S of People Who Return to Drugs After Rehabilitation?

Question by rdmnboon: What are the %’s of people who return to drugs after rehabilitation?
I am writing an Essay for this one subject and I want to involve some percentages… What are the percentages of people who return to drugs even after being at rehab?

P.S. Please show me a source, so I know it’s not just a guess or estimate…
I have to write an Essay for one of my subjects and need to know the percentage of people that relapse after they have been to rehab for drug and alcohol abuse…

P.S. Please refer a source, as so I know you didn’t just guess or estimate…

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Answer by Ember L
well my mom did after 5 years of being clean and my aunt did after 3 months of being clean hope that gives you an idea

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