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In California, Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Are Up 614% in Just 4 Years
In California, Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Are Up 614% in Just 4 Years

While the national opioid crisis makes headlines daily, another alarming problem has grabbed the state of California by storm: fentanyl . Dana Point Rehab Campus was featured on CBS-LA to discuss the nation’s alarming new drug problem, which has caused 614% more fatal ...

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  • In California, Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Are Up 614% in Just 4 Years

    While the national opioid crisis makes headlines daily, another alarming problem has grabbed the state of California by storm: fentanyl . Dana Point Rehab Campus was featured on CBS-LA to discuss the ...

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  • Americans Spent Nearly $150 Billion on Illegal Drugs in 2016, Study Says

    According to a recent RAND Corporation study, Americans spent nearly $150 billion on illegal drugs and narcotics of all types in 2016. It is believed a similar amount of money was also spent each year ...

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  • “Mexican Oxy” Crosses the Border and Causes Fatal Overdoses

    No one would expect to lose their loved one to a drug overdose, but many families have been devastated by fatal overdoses on what is being called “Mexican oxy.” These blue pills are stamped with an ...

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  • National Recovery Month Raises Awareness of Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Addiction

    Since 1989, The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has sponsored National Recovery Month every September. On this 30 th anniversary of Recovery Month, the theme is “ ...

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  • First-Time Drug Use Soars During Summertime

    During the summer, the mercury on the thermometer isn’t the only thing rising: so is recreational drug use among adolescents. They may not even intend to do so at the outset of the season, but find ...

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  • What Are the Secondhand Harms Caused by Alcohol?

    The secondhand harms heavy drinkers cause to others been recently recognized as a significant public health issue, according to a new study funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and ...

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