Drug addiction continues to be a major problem in California, and causes more deaths than traffic accidents, homicides, and firearms. With its many shipping ports and close proximity to the Mexico border, California sees the transport of hundreds of pounds of heroin, meth, cocaine, and other substances on a regular basis. Drug abuse affects thousands of families across California communities and costs the state millions of dollars in hospitalization and incarceration fees.
Cocaine, heroin, and marijuana are among the substances most frequently abused in California. Methamphetamine and prescription drugs are also commonly abused throughout the Golden State and are responsible for driving drug overdose rates. Fortunately, California is home to thousands of drug and alcohol rehab centers that can help nearly anyone recover from addiction.
California rehab centers treat addiction using a combination of detoxification, counseling, and aftercare. These treatments address addiction as a whole both physically and psychologically and help patients find new daily routines free of drugs and alcohol.