With a population of approximately 277,000 residents, Irvine is home to internationally recognized addiction treatment and rehabilitation centers, facilities attracting wealthy business people, celebrities as well as a substantial number of residents looking for assistance on drug-related problems. When compared with other areas in Orange County and the larger Californian region, the drug problem is relatively low in Irvine.
The area maintains low rates of emergency hospitalization and deaths related to drugs and substance abuse. Irvine ranks second to last in injuries and deaths related to addiction and abuse. Although these statistics paint a positive picture of the city on drug and substance-related issues, there has been an increase in the last two decades.
Drug and alcohol-related fatalities have risen by eighty-two percent during the period. The most commonly abused drugs are prescription opioids among them oxycontin, hydrocodone, and benzodiazepines as well as alcohol. Other drugs abused in the area include marijuana, heroin, cocaine, meth among others.
Irvine is home to several drug and alcohol treatment centers, they are both private and government-owned. The town has treatment centers that cater to people of all walks of life, you will find those that target the wealthy business people and celebrities as well as low budget treatment centers. These centers offer a wide variety of recovery programs including addiction treatment, rehabilitation centers, sober living homes among others.
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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.
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I highly recommend this soberliving. I personally have met with the owner and he has became a family friend of ours. I sent my brother here and he has 7 months of sobreity and is one of the house managers. There is people who care!!
Taught me how to properly clean a house, build a fellowship, and stay in line when I had no boundaries for myself in recovery. Derek and David are great workers there and really care about their housemates. They are there to help you whenever and wherever they can.
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I know from my son’s experiences in the right sober living house that it can and will turn your life around. Design For Recovery is just that. It gives you the tools to help an addict get sober and stay that way.
Before Coming in to Design for Recovery, I was lost. Lost all hope, stopped caring for everyone, everything and Also stopped caring about my self. I was homeless, lonely, and was okay with that. I accepted the fact that I was going to die like that
If you are looking for yourself or a loved one to begin living a life of sobriety, Design for Recovery is the place. David, Derek and Drew are individuals who truly care and run a house where recovery and integrity are instilled in the men who reside there.
My brother went to design for recovery. He had been in and out of multiple sober livings the past 5 years. It wasn’t until he went to design that he was finally able get clean and stay clean. The staff there really care and we’re extremely invested in my brothers recover
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 men to involve themselves in the community and to thrive as new and growing individuals. Our central location allows easy access from the 405, 105, 10 and 110 freeways. We cater to men who are looking for a sober living home on the Westside of Los Angeles County.