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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in California

There are 568 detox centers in California that provide addiction treatment services. 51 provide inpatient services. 235 offer outpatient substance abuse detox services. There are another 870 rehab centers that provide lower levels of care. You can find a detox by city: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, Long Beach, Fresno, Anaheim, Bakersfield, or Riverside.

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in California

If you or a loved one is looking for substance abuse treatment in California then you are in luck. California has more treatment centers (1438) and detox programs (568) than any other state. The treatment options in California are plentiful so it is good to know what to look for. Certain programs may specialize in alcohol rehab. Others may be drug rehab centers best suited to treat a specific substance. Depending on the substance it may also be necessary to enter a medical detox. Once detox is complete it is usually recommended to find treatment providers that can offer aftercare services.

Mental health issues are also quite common alongside substance abuse. If someone is struggling with mental health and drug abuse issues, their best chance of recovery lies in getting treatment for both at the same time. Getting SAMHSA-approved dual diagnosis treatment can go a very long way to support someone's recovery. Behavioral therapy can help someone in their recovery from both issues. Make sure to look for a rehab program that can provide the best behavioral health services for your needs.

Substance Abuse in California

The state of California sits in the middle of the busiest drug-trafficking corridor in the world. Known as the San Diego corridor, this has always been a high-intensity drug trafficking area. The number of drugs moving into the US through this route has been increasing over the last two decades. In 2017, there were over 7,000 kilos of cocaine and over 1,000 kilos of heroin seized at the California border. According to the DEA, there are several major Mexican cartels that control drug movements through this corridor. These include the Sinaloa, Jalisco New Generation, Knights Templar, and Tijuana cartels. Local drug distribution in California is carried out by many smaller gangs. These include the Border Brothers, Crips, Florencia 13, and Sureños gangs.

Since California is in the middle of such a busy drug corridor, there is a massive amount of drugs moving through the state. As these drugs are departing to their final destinations, some are diverted for local sale and distribution. This has led to an almost endless supply of any drug imaginable. If someone is struggling with substance abuse in California then they are surrounded by temptation.

Domestic drug production is also a major issue in California. The number of crystal meth labs seized in 2017 in California was 50% of all meth labs seized that year nationwide. The Central Valley area of California hosts the largest number of meth labs in the state. In recent years Mexico has restricted the import of ephedrine. This has caused many drug cartels to move production into California. This has led to a significant domestic drug production problem in addition to foreign drug trafficking.

According to the Department of Justice, methamphetamine is the single largest contributor to violent crime in the state. The high number of meth labs across California has led to steadily increasing drug-related violence. Drug addiction is also responsible for destroying families in the state. In 2009, the Fresno County Sheriff's Office put 28 children into protective custody. Their parents were convicted of crystal meth production and distribution. This shows that even children and adolescents who do not use drugs are affected by them.

California Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • According to the California Health Care Foundation, substance use disorders are most common among people aged 18 to 25. Alcohol addiction is the most common substance abused in the state of California. About 6% of Californians admit to experiencing alcohol dependence.
  • Compared to other states, California has shown to be particularly appealing to younger demographics. This is reflected even in the state’s addiction rates. Medical marijuana laws have also made cannabis extremely popular in the state. Roughly 59 percent of all treatment admissions for marijuana were adolescents under the age of 18.
  • Although California is most often associated with marijuana, the state also has a major stimulant problem. Recent studies have determined more than 36% of all treatment admissions are for stimulants like cocaine and crystal methamphetamine.
  • Drug culture is particularly prominent in California as well. According to surveys, 9% of California residents admitted to using an illicit drug over the course of the previous month. This is higher than the national average of 8%.
  • 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.
  • There are 11 drug overdose deaths in California every day. This means that drugs are the leading cause of preventable death in the state. There are more Californians dying from drug use than there are deaths from car accidents, suicides, homicides, and firearms.
  • California also has a prescription drug problem. While it is not as severe as the national average there is still a high rate of opioid prescriptions in the state. According to NIDA, in 2018 there were over 35 opioid prescriptions for every 100 California residents.

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10254 Bannockburn Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90064
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Cash or self-payment, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
8605, 8567 and 8589 Janet Street, Riverside, CA, 92503
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Cash or self-payment, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • In-network prescribing entity
  • Other contracted prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
1741 and 1741 1/2 Hauser Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90019
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Cash or self-payment
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
6390 Meadows Court, Malibu, CA, 90265
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Cash or self-payment, IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • Other contracted prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
27171 Calle Juanita, Capistrano Beach, CA, 92624
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
33721 Blue Lantern Street, Dana Point, CA, 92629
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
26006 Campeon, Laguna Niguel, CA, 92677
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
24262 Sunnybrook Circle, Lake Forest, CA, 92630
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
31101 Paseo Valencia, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 92675
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
30310 Rancho Viejo Road, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 92675
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Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
4111 Milton Avenue, Culver City, CA, 90232
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Cash or self-payment, IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
360 Camino de Celeste, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
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STATE Detox Resources

  • The California Society of Addiction Medicine is an organization consisting of more than 400 physicians and addiction treatment professionals. They work to promote increased access to treatment, addiction education, research, prevention initiatives, and the role of the professional in the rehabilitation process.
  • The California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals is a coalition of numerous community-based groups. These include non-profit organizations, for-profit groups, and professional organizations. It advocates for individuals, programs, and facilities that provide 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 Fresno County Department of Human Services website provides a comprehensive resource directory. They have a list of dozens of helpful resources for all kinds of issues.
  • The Harbor Interfaith Services website provides help to homeless people. They provide assistance by connecting people with housing resources.
  • Hope Net is a community services website that provides access to food. They have listings of food banks and meal service programs all over California.
  • Inland Valley Recovery Services is a non-profit group that has been helping people in recovery for over 50 years. They provide counseling services in-house. They also have a helpful resource page providing recovery resources. These resources are located near Los Angeles, Upland, and San Bernadino.
  • The Orange County Social Services Agency provides an in-depth resource guide for social service. Their website lists a variety of resources including food assistance, housing help, and family services.
  • The County of Santa Barbara website provides a resource guide in pdf form. This guide lists a wide range of resources. A few of the types they list include food aid, crisis services, and housing support. There are dozens of different resources available all across Santa Barbara county.
  • Another resource guide provided by the Santa Barbara County government provides additional resources. These include medical care, homeless shelters, and food pantries.
  • The government of Humboldt County maintains a comprehensive resource guide. This guide provides hundreds of different resources across Humboldt County. A few of these include community services such as clothing, food kitchens, and homeless shelters. Other types of resources include crisis services, transitional housing services, and healthcare programs.

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