Santa Ana Sober Living Homes California
Like the rest of the nation Santa Ana has been dealing with the rise of drug and substance abuse. While the rest of the country is dealing with the abuse of prescription opioids, Santa Ana and most of the Orange County has in the recent past seen a rise in heroin use. Given the dangers that are posed by needle sharing among those who use the substance, authorities have implemented programs that aim at reducing this habit.
Some have resorted to needle exchanges to help them stay healthy and stop in spreading of communicable diseases. This move has received some opposition from the residents of Santa Ana, questioning the validity of these programs. The infighting between the residents has made it hard to get the right form of treatment for people who abuse heroin and other injecting drugs.
With a population of approximately 370,000 people Santa Ana ranks among the most populous cities in Orange County and indeed in California. The city also prides itself as one of the youngest American cities in terms of population composition, with thirty one percent of the city population being 18 years of age and below. Santa Ana is dealing with abuse of meth, heroin, marijuana, vicodin, cocaine, restoril , methadone , alcohol among others.
Santa Ana has more than forty three drug abuse treatment centers spread across the city. The rising number of drug abuse incidences has prompted this huge number of treatment centers including: rehabilitation center, inpatient and outpatient programs, counseling centers, detox programs among others. Also programs which use approaches such as: behavior and cognitive therapies, behavior change, substance abuse counseling, brief intervention among others can be found in the city. Join our Santa Ana Sober Living Homes Now!
Sober Living Homes in Santa Ana CA
Located in the heart of West Los Angeles, our residences are centrally located near the beach, downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and LAX international airport. It provides a safe and comfortable base for young men to involve themselves in the community and to thrive as new and growing individuals.