Most Abused Substances in Orange County
Orange County has the third biggest population of counties in California and is the sixth biggest county in the nation. Like other counties in California, Orange County has recurring substance and alcohol abuse problems.
Most popular substances of abuse in Orange County include:
Twenty-six percent of Orange County’s recent drinkers reported at least one binge-drinking episode in the past 30 days, according to one local study. Binge drinking is more common in males than in females, in particular white males.
Fentanyl deaths have increased nearly 1,000% in Orange County since 2016. In 2021, it is estimated that 1,000 people in Orange County died from a fentanyl-related death.
Marijuana is the most commonly used drug in Orange County, CA, 33% of adults have used this drug in their lifetime. With the legalization of marijuana, even more residents in this county have used and abused this substance.
Orange County’s emergency department (ED) visit rate for opioid overdose or abuse increased 82 percent since 2009, while hospitalizations increased 24 percent. A staggering seven out of ten drug-related deaths in Orange County were caused by prescription opioids.
Wavelengths Recovery Rehab Program
Drug and alcohol abuse affects many people throughout the Orange County area despite age, race, gender, or economic background. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction Wavelengths Recovery in Orange County, CA is here to help.
Wavelengths provides a safe environment for you or your loved one to find recovery. We offer a variety of different levels of care to best fit the needs of those struggling with addiction. We provide evidence-based therapy, holistic therapy, and group therapy to help develop a new way of life that does not involve drugs or alcohol.
Individualized Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
At Wavelengths Recovery in Orange County, CA, we understand that each person struggling with addiction will have their own set of needs and diagnoses. We offer a customized treatment plan to best fit their needs and symptoms. We offer multiple levels of care including detox, inpatient, and outpatient to provide clients with the best success possible at recovery.
Detoxification is the first step in the recovery process and its aim is to eliminate harmful substances from the body. At Wavelengths’ Orange County Residential Detox, we assist in this process by using medications and therapy services that are overseen by our clinical director and medical director. Licensed staff is available 24/7 at this stage of treatment.
We are fully licensed residential detox and nationally accredited by The Joint Commission which is the premier healthcare quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation. The Joint Commission helps us ensure that we are providing the best treatment possible for our patients.
Detox and withdrawal symptoms vary based on the drug used and the amount of use. Our highly trained specialists will help with the detox process from the drug or drugs being used.
Wavelengths Recovery detox services in Orange County include but are not limited to:
- Opiate and Opioid Detox
- Alcohol Detox
- Benzodiazepine Detox
- Cocaine Detox
- Methamphetamine Detox
- Marijuana Detox
Inpatient Residential Treatment Programs
Inpatient residential treatment (inpatient rehab), provides clients with medical attention, therapeutic services, and amenities that can aid in the early stages of recovery. This stage of the recovery process is provided with 24/7 care. A scheduled and structured environment helps establish a strong foundation for recovery.
Wavelengths’ Orange County Rehab provides regular therapy with a licensed or certified clinician, nutrient-rich and healthy meals, and spacious semi-private rooms. The length of stay at an inpatient residential treatment program will be based on the severity of substance use, history of substance abuse, and if other mental health conditions are present.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Outpatient treatment consists of three different levels of care including partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient (OP). Wavelengths’ outpatient center is located in downtown Huntington Beach just steps away from the ocean.
Outpatient treatment programs include small group therapy, education and recovery resources, individual counseling, drug screenings, and aftercare support. The recovery skills usually taught during group or individual therapy sessions include coping with triggers and cravings, practicing healthy relationships, and improving communication.
Substances of Abuse Treated
Wavelengths Recovery is dedicated to helping individuals recover from their addiction. We offer customized services based on the drugs of abuse and their frequency of use. We believe that addiction not only causes physical symptoms but can also negatively impact the mind and spirit. Based on this belief, we incorporate therapeutic and holistic practices to treat the overall wellbeing of our clients.
Substances of abuse treated at Wavelengths Recovery include:
- Alcohol Addiction Treatment
- Opioid Addiction Treatment
- Cocaine Addiction Treatment
- Meth Addiction Treatment
- Benzo Addiction Treatment
- Crack Cocaine Addiction Treatment
- Hallucinogen Addiction Treatment
- Marijuana Addiction Treatment
Therapeutic Services & Drug Counseling
To find recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, Wavelengths believes that treating the mind, body, and spirit is crucial. We incorporate evidence-based therapies along with holistic methods to help clients with their overall wellbeing.
The therapeutic modalities at Wavelengths include:
- One-on-one drug counseling & therapy
- Group therapy
- Physical therapy
- Whole food nutrition
Our Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Orange County
Wavelengths Recovery in Orange County, CA understands that getting sober is a process and we are here to help with the journey of recovery. Customized treatment plans are created in collaboration with the clinical team, medical team, and the client based on their diagnosis and needs.
If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, call 844-948-1161 to talk to an admissions specialist today. Our admissions team can answer any questions you may have and give you a better understanding of our program.