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Drug Addiction Resources
Content Overview: Drug addiction affects over 23 million Americans today. Overdose is the leading cause of death for Americans under 50 years of age. South Coast Counseling has over 45 years of experience treating those suffering from substance abuse from around the country. We aim to offer resources to all those in need whether it’s how to find a local AA meeting or how to get help for substance abuse. Explore our addiction resource directory and allow us to guide you throughout the process of seeking help for substance abuse.
Substance abuse, also known as drug addiction or drug abuse, has become an epidemic in the United States in the last 20 years. Opioids have specifically become a challenge, with rates of abuse tripling in recent years. In 2011, America saw over 5 million emergency department visits related to drug abuse, and the number has only increased in recent years.
Understanding that addiction affects Americans all over the country, South Coast Counseling has created a resource directory for each state so that we can assist you in getting the help you need, whether it is with our facility or somewhere else. We believe that everyone can recover when the right treatment is offered. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating addiction. Here at South Coast Counseling, we offer a variety of treatment methods so that each client’s individual issues can be addressed.
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Should I Travel for Treatment?
Sometimes getting the best treatment for your health requires traveling outside of your local area. Many substance abuse treatment facilities are located around the country, but there are also hubs like Florida, Texas, and California that have more facilities near larger recovery communities. South Coast Counseling, located in Orange County in Southern California, offers treatment for all those suffering from drug abuse, regardless of your current location.
Many addiction professionals suggest traveling for treatment to remove the addict from their current people, places, and things. Typically, certain people, certain places, and certain things can be triggers that lead to relapse. By traveling for treatment, most experience sobriety for the first time in a new setting with new people which only aides in long-term recovery. There is the reality that you or your loved-one may travel for treatment and end up staying in their new location because they have found a recovery community that helps them stay sober.
Substance Abuse Resources in Every State
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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Facts & Statistics About Drug Addiction in America
National Resources for Substance Abuse & Mental Health
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