Searching for a Substance Abuse Treatment Center in Davis, CA
Davis, CA is considered the second most educated city in the U.S., according to a study by U.C. Davis in 2006. Its population is about 65,622, not counting the on-campus population of the U.C Davis, which is approximately 5,786.
Davis is mainly known for its liberal politics, and for a very active biking community with beautiful bike paths naturally shaded by local growth.
No one is immune to addiction; it can, and does, happen to people from all walks of life, in all situations. The rate of deaths related to heroin overdoses has increased the past few years all over the country, and Davis is no exception to this epidemic. Heroin overdose related deaths in Davis alone have increased from one death in 2012 to 25 in 2014.
If you find yourself struggling with an addiction to a substance, know that there is hope and help for you. Davis has treatment centers ready and waiting to provide the care you need to need to get and stay sober. They have everything from detox and rehab facilities to transitional housing and sober living to further help you on your journey.
If you are searching for a way to help someone to whom you are close, but are unsure how, contact an intervention specialist. Interventions specialists are exactly what they sound like; professionals who are specifically trained to find the best way to get help to those who need it, with help from their family and friends.
Traveling for, or even after treatment can be another tool for living a sober life. It provides a chance to step away from triggers, such as old friends or hang out spots, and can make it easier to form and keep good habits.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, please call today. There is help for you no matter your situation or how far you feel you've gone. You are not alone, and you are never too far gone to turn your life around. Addiction is a disease. People who suffer from it need professional therapy in order to recover. The only hope is treatment for people suffering.
Completing rehab isn't the end of your battle against addiction. Recovery is a life-long process of day-to-day battles. A great weapon in the war of your addiction is joining a group meeting. Group meetings offer support of your peers who are also struggling with a similar dependency. You can also find a sponsor at a support group meeting. Participating in a 12-step program is also encouraged to further help your path to sobriety. The 12-steps are about making amends for harms you may have caused through your addiction, and calling upon a higher power to overcome it. To find a meeting near you, click on the map below.