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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in California

California is one of the most popular destinations in the U.S., particularly for its Pacific Coast beaches, Hollywood, and wine country. But it seems that vacations are no longer the main reason to go to California: the state offers a number of quality addiction treatment and detox facilities. If you’re someone looking to begin the recovery process, there’s no better place to detox than in Sunny California.

California Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • Compared to other states, California — particularly Los Angeles — has shown to be particularly appealing to younger demographics, which is reflected even in the state’s addiction rates. Also partly due to how the medical marijuana laws have made cannabis extremely popular in the state, approximately 59 percent of all treatment admissions for marijuana were adolescents under the age of 18 living in Los Angeles.
  • Although California is most often associated with marijuana, the state also has a major stimulant problem. Recent studies have determined more than one in three — or, specifically, 36 percent — treatment admissions are for stimulants like cocaine and crystal methamphetamine.
  • Drug culture is particularly prominent in California: According to surveys, nine percent of California residents admit to using an illicit drug over the course of the previous month while the national average tends to be eight percent.
  • There are approximately 39 million people living in California, which is greater than the population of Canada. Of those 39 million people, it’s estimated that 3 million are regular users of alcohol or drugs.
  • In California, there are eleven deaths from drug use every day, making drugs the leading cause of preventable death in the state. Specifically, there are more Californians dying from drug use than there are deaths from car accidents, suicides, homicides, and firearms.

Getting Sober in California

Perhaps because it was one of the first states in the U.S. to make marijuana legal for medical use, California has always been considered progressive in its ideals. While a recovering addict might experience discrimination in many other places, California is largely accepting of people from all walks of life — including addicts — and welcomes these individuals into its laid-back, beachside way of life.

California Addiction & Substance Abuse Organizations

  • The California Society of Addiction Medicine, or CSAM for short, is an organization consisting of more than 400 physicians and addiction treatment professionals who promote increased access to treatment, addiction education, research, prevention initiatives, and the role of the professional in the rehabilitation process.
  • The California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators, or CAADE, is a nonprofit organization that is largely tasked with ensuring the quality of addiction education in California as well as in the neighboring states of Nevada and Arizona. In effect, CAADE creates the educational guidelines and accreditation to ensure treatment quality standards and integrity among future generations of addiction professionals.
  • The California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals, or CCAPP, is a coalition of numerous community-based, not-for-profit organizations and for-profit, professional organizations. Essentially, it advocates for individuals, programs, and facilities, providing information and resources to those in need. They welcome program directors, counselors, social workers, nurses, interventionists, educators, and community members to be part of their advocacy.
  • The California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources, or CAARR, is a small yet vocal organization that evangelizes a more nuanced, social model of substance abuse rehabilitation. Much of the philosophy behind this social model is inspired by the communal self-help foundation of recovery fellowships like Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. is a group that seeks to prevent and treat addiction among underprivileged or disadvantaged populations. Over the course of the group’s operation, they’ve become particularly involved in promoting dual-diagnosis treatment, addiction treatment for the California homeless population, providing treatment and medical care to addicts suffering from HIV/AIDS, assisting addicts with criminal histories, and providing help to addicted victims of domestic violence.

California Expanding Recovery Options for Low-Income Individuals

Although there have been many attempts to explain why some addicts are reluctant to seek treatment, one of the most prohibitive deterrents to rehabilitation has traditionally been the cost of treatment. Even today, price tags in the tens of thousands of dollars aren’t uncommon for inpatient programs; however, the state has recently begun to overhaul its substance abuse treatment system so that low-income individuals on “Medi-Cal” (the So-Cal version of Medicaid) can more easily get the help they need. In fact, California is the first state to receive federal permission to do this.

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