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There are nearly 2,000 drug rehab centers in California serving nearly 150,000 addicts on any given day. Yet, despite treating about 200,000 people per year, there are still more than 800,000 people in California who claim to need a drug rehab center yet did not receive any help. Although California is considered a leader in the rehabilitation field, the relapse rate for most programs is still much higher than it should be, partially because only 37% of those treated attend a long-term residential rehab center.
For someone struggling with addiction, their first instinct is often to not be fully committed to getting it handled but instead will try to take the easy way out. This is why family members and other loved ones of addicts should often recommend and support inpatient rehab centers for more serious substance abuse problams, preferably long-term programs, so that their chances of beating addiction once and for all are greatly increased. We can help you locate successul inpatient, long-term rehabs in California.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 2.6 million California citizens (ages 12 or older) reported past month use of an illicit drug. This translates to 9.07 percent of California residents 12 and older, which was more than a full percentage point above the national average. The rate of illicit drug use other than marijuana was also high for California compared to the median number for the country as a whole.
Cocaine is readily available throughout the state with Los Angeles remaining one of the nation's largest cocaine transshipment and distribution centers. Cocaine is also widely available in San Francisco and other areas of northern California.
Although ecstasy (MDMA) was considered the most popular club drug in the state among teens and young adults, there are indicators that its use may be decreasing across the board, although the drug remains consistently available in geographical pockets. Recent studies indicate that use of MDMA is expanding from raves and clubs into schools, malls and private residences.
Current investigations indicate that the diversion of hydrocodone products, such as Vicodin, and oxycodone products, such as OxyContin, continues to be a problem in California.
The increased availability of high purity heroin that can be snorted allows a new, younger population to use heroin without a needle.
Marijuana remains the most widely available and abused illicit substance in California.
Methamphetamine is the primary drug threat in California. Within the state, Hispanics and Caucasians are the almost exclusive consumers of meth. Purity levels of meth have ranged from a low of 10% to a high of 100% pure.
California’s prescription drug monitoring program is called the Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES). It has over 100 million entries of controlled substances dispensed in California and responds to more than 60,000 requests from practitioners and pharmacists each year. The system allows licensed healthcare prescribers, law enforcement, and regulatory boards to access real-time information on patients’ controlled substance history.
Approximately 880,000 California citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. If you or someone you love is one of those people, don't wait until it's too late, contact us today to find a California drug rehab center that works. Call now 1-877-920-2533.