Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Berkeley, California
For every Berkeley, California resident seeking local drug treatment centers in Berkeley for themselves or for someone they love, there's a huge possibility that there's a better program that offers them a greater chance at long term success in another location. The Drug-Rehab.org placement counselors are standing by to guide you or your loved one to that ideal place. It all starts with an assessment.
Dial 877-352-6329. You or your loved one could be in treatment in under a day!
Berkeley Substance Addiction at a Glance
Berkeley, California is home to 102,191 residents and is part of Alameda County. Over 70 residents are currently residing in a halfway home or treatment center for drug and alcohol abuse. Alameda County has almost 800 residents living in halfway homes or treatment centers for drug and alcohol abuse
There are about 4,900 residents using cannabis, 2,150 residents misusing prescription medications, 800 residents addicted to a form of cocaine, 360 residents use psychedelics, 200 residents use inhalants, and 50 residents are addicted to heroin.
Throughout the calendar year Berkeley will lose almost 150 residents to tobacco related deaths, 30 residents to alcohol, 5 to illegal drug overdose and 5 residents to drunk driving accidents.
During the first quarter the police will make roughly 150 drug related arrests and 125 driving under the influence arrests.
There were 570 violent crimes reported to law enforcement in Berkeley during the 2005 calendar year, 3 of which were murder or homicide. 7,976 property crimes were reported, 5,503 of which were thefts.
Berkeley, CA has one drug and alcohol treatment center: New Bridge Foundation.
You or your loved one isn't alone, and there are a number of Berkeley drug rehab facilities equipped to deal with the local population's substance dependency needs'if you wind up staying local.
The Substance Abuse Assessment
Feel free to pose any questions you have about Berkeley rehab programs when you call, and expect us to ask a few questions, too. When we talk over the phone, we'll want to know a few things about you or your loved one. The aim of these questions is to determine you or your loved one's:
- History with alcoholism or drug abuse'How long have you or they been struggling?
- Degree of addiction'How much do you or they ingest daily?
- History with quitting'Have you or they ever tried to quit before? With or without a local Berkeley alcohol rehab or drug rehabilitation center?
- Personal treatment preferences'Should faith play a role in your treatment? Should medications?
- Strengths and learning styles'What detox techniques might offer you or your loved one the greatest chance at sobriety?
- Budget restrictions'What's the highest out of pocket cost you can afford to pay for treatment?
Matching with a Rehabilitation Program
The answers to our assessment let us zero in on which of the top rated programs in our database can mesh with you or your loved one as an individual and offer the greatest likelihood of success. That may be one of the local drug rehab centers in Berkeley, or it may be clear across the country. In either case, we'll offer tips for making the transition to treatment and keeping the bills affordable.
Recovery Help a Phone Call Away
At Drug-Rehab.org, we're here to help you. We're an organization whose primary goal is simply to match each addict who reaches out to us with the best possible treatment for them as individuals, whether it's a local Berkeley in patient rehab or a residential program in another city or state. You can call us on behalf of yourself, or on behalf of someone you love. Just call!
Our phone number is 877-352-6329.
We look forward to hearing from you!