Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Delano, CA & Free Treatment Resources

Located just over 30 miles from Bakersfield, Delano is the second-largest city in California’s prosperous Kern County.  In recent years, the area has faced a rise in drug trafficking and an increase in drug and alcohol-related hospitalizations and deaths. Between March 1, 2020, and March 1, 2021, Kern County recorded 392 overdose deaths, a 31% increase from the previous year.1 This trend makes accessible accredited drug and alcohol rehab in Delano and Kern County more important than ever—and the community is responding with help from a wide range of inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, including free and low-cost programs and dedicated detox services.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics in Delano, CA

In 2019, Delano’s Kern County was among the California counties with the highest rates of opioid-related overdose deaths in the state, and more people were hospitalized for opioid overdose that year than for methamphetamines.2 Here are a few more recent statistics about drug and alcohol use in Delano and Kern County.2, 3

Traveling to and Within Delano, CA

If you’re looking for addiction treatment in Delano, or if you’re visiting a friend or loved one who’s receiving alcohol and drug rehab in Delano and the Bakersfield area, you may want to know a few things about travel, transportation, and accommodations in Delano and surrounding areas:


  1. California Health Care Foundation. (2022). 2022 Edition- Substance Use in California.
  2. Kern RX Return. (n.d.). The Opioid Epidemic.
  3. California Department of Public Health. (2021). California Overdose Dashboard: Kern County.