Addiction Treatment in Orange County
    • 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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    • Detox Facilities Orange County

      Alcohol addiction is a serious medical condition that impacts your life and the life of your loved ones. Once you realize that you have a problem with alcohol it may be difficult to stop drinking on ...

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    • 20 Shocking Alcohol Abuse and Consumption Statistics

      Alcohol use disorder affects 15.1 million adults in the U.S. and affects men nearly twice as much as women. An estimated 31% of driving fatalities in the U.S. in 2014 were caused by alcohol-impaired ...

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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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    • New Study Illuminates Big Pharma’s Role in Perpetuating the Opioid Crisis

      For the first time, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has a database tracking the path of all pills sold, nationwide, between manufacturers and distributors to pharmacies. According to data ...

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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 ...

      Read More
    • 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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    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • U.S. Drug & Alcohol Deaths Skyrocket to Crisis Levels

      The rate of deaths related to alcohol or drug overdose and suicide have reached catastrophic heights as disclosed in a study released by the Commonwealth Fund. The exhaustive report comprehensively ...

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