Norwalk, California, is a city southeast of Los Angeles, with a population just over 106,000 people.1 Since the city is located in Los Angeles County, the area struggles with an influx of illicit drugs and other substance abuse problems.
In Los Angeles County, between 2012 and 2014, about 8% of residents aged 12 and older struggled with an alcohol or drug addiction, and 3% of these people were addicted to an illicit substance.2
Heroin and methamphetamine represent the top two substances people in Los Angeles County enter treatment for, with more than 30% of admissions concerning heroin and about 25% concerning meth.2
Residents of Norwalk need help from evidence-based detox and rehabilitation programs, especially those that understand how to manage opioid detox and the chronic health issues associated with methamphetamine abuse. It is important that individuals with an opioid, alcohol, or sedative addiction receive medical supervision during detox so that they can remain safe throughout the withdrawal process.
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1. Data.io: Norwalk, CA.
2. National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS). Los Angeles County Sentinel Community Site (SCS), Drug Use Patterns and Trends, 2016.
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About 86 percent of Californians enroll in outpatient care when they seek drug addiction treatment, according to California Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance published by the Substance Abuse and Mental health treatment Administration (SAMHSA). Why? Everyone has their own reasons for choosing this style of treatment, but some of the benefits include:
Those who enjoy the support of their families may do well to stay at home while attending treatment and have the option of attending family therapy sessions with family members.Find Rehab Facilities in Norwalk
Drug rehabilitation in Norwalk is just a phone call away. You can find outpatient treatment programs, or if you prefer, be matched with an inpatient drug rehab instead. If you are uncertain which type of treatment is best for you or your loved one, our addiction treatment experts can help you choose.
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