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  • How Do I Choose A Drug Rehab Facility?
    How Do I Choose A Drug Rehab Facility?

    There are over 500 drug rehab facilities to choose from in the state of California. With so many options out there, it can feel overwhelming to know how to pick...

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  • Science and Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment in Orange County
    Science and Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment in Orange County

    Substance use disorders are serious illnesses that can have long-term consequences on your health. According to research-based guides from the NIDA, a person’s ultimate success in recovering from addiction requires...

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  • Why Dual Diagnosis Matters When Creating an Addiction Treatment Plan
    Why Dual Diagnosis Matters When Creating an Addiction Treatment Plan

    Dual Diagnosis and Its Importance in an Addiction Treatment Plan. There are several factors that can cause an addiction. One of them is when the addict is affected by another...

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  • In California, Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Are Up 614% in Just 4 Years
    In California, Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Are Up 614% in Just 4 Years

    While the national opioid crisis makes headlines daily, another alarming problem has grabbed the state of California by storm: fentanyl. Dana Point Rehab Campus was featured on CBS-LA to discuss the nation’s alarming...

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  • Americans Spent Nearly $150 Billion on Illegal Drugs in 2016, Study Says
    Americans Spent Nearly $150 Billion on Illegal Drugs in 2016, Study Says

    According to a recent RAND Corporation study, Americans spent nearly $150 billion on illegal drugs and narcotics of all types in 2016. It is believed a similar amount of money was also...

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  • “Mexican Oxy” Crosses the Border and Causes Fatal Overdoses
    “Mexican Oxy” Crosses the Border and Causes Fatal Overdoses

    No one would expect to lose their loved one to a drug overdose, but many families have been devastated by fatal overdoses on what is being called “Mexican oxy.” These...

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