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Colton is an urban community that's home to about 53,123 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and it's located near San Bernardino in the Inland Empire.

Known as the last transcontinental section of the Southern Pacific Railway, much of Colton's earliest businesses were established to provide support to railroad operations. In fact, railroad workers in south Colton even used discarded wooden crates from the train shipments as raw materials to build their homes.

Today, Colton is a thriving city that is home to the Fiesta Village Family Fun Park, complete with amusement park rides, laser tag and a water park. People who are in need of a pleasant city to stay in while going through substance abuse rehab will find Colton to be a great place to turn their lives around.

Airport Information

If you are planning to come to Colton by air, you should know that the closest international airport is the LA/Ontario International Airport, about 17 miles from the heart of the city. John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana is the next closest international facility and is located about 52 miles away. The nearest domestic airport for all your regional needs is Long Beach Airport in Long Beach, some 66 miles away from downtown Colton.

Weather in Colton

As you get ready to pack for your trip to Colton for rehab, you'll want to get an idea of the climate here. Temperatures reach about 80 during the height of summer, with daily highs hitting the mid-90s. In the spring and fall, residents typically enjoy moderate weather, with the thermometer reaching the 60s and 70s. It gets as low as the 50s on average during winter. From May through October, precipitation typically doesn't exceed a half-inch of rain each month. You can expect about 2 inches of rain in December and January and about three inches in the spring.

Drug Rehabilitation Centers

Drug abuse and addiction is a serious problem that can devastate families, which is why it is so important for people to be able to get the help they need at a professional rehab center. Whether you are looking for a rehab center for yourself or for a loved one, you can take comfort in knowing treatment options are available in Colton and the surrounding region.

To that end, Central Valley Regional Recovery Center in Colton offers substance abuse treatment services to young adults and adults on a regular as well as intensive outpatient basis. The Substance Abuse Services Coordinating Agency affiliated with this program offers prison parolees a chance to continue their substance abuse treatment upon their release, including assistance with residential placement and sober-living services.

Colton Clinical Services focuses on offering detoxification service and methadone and buprenorphine services to clients in its outpatient program.

Nearby options include Pine Ridge Outpatient Center, located about 2 miles away in San Bernardino, offering both recovery and educational programs for people facing drug and alcohol dependency. It provides both residential and intensive outpatient programs. About 2.5 miles away in Grand Terrace is the Drug Alternative Program, which offers inpatient drug rehab service in group homes, giving clients a structured daily living with counseling to help them get their lives back on track as they transition to a sober lifestyle.

Colton Lodging

Are you getting ready to visit a family member or close friend going through rehab? Maybe you are close to finishing your rehab work and now need a place to stay. You have a number of good options in Colton for lodging, including the Holiday Inn Express Colton-Riverside North, the Rodeway Inn & Suites and the Hampton Inn & Suites Colton/San Bernardino. Plenty of nice rooms are at the Colton Inn or the Comfort Inn and Suites Colton.

Employment Opportunities in Colton

After rehab is concluded, you will likely be looking for some steady work, and Colton has a variety of options for employment. Most work in Colton revolves around construction and manufacturing, at about 15 percent each. Retail jobs amount to about 12 percent of local work here, followed by transportation and warehouse work (about 8 percent). You can also expect to see food service and accommodations jobs, as well as some positions in social assistance and health care.

  • Colton Clinical Services
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Addiction treatment for Christians
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Mental Health Systems Inc Fontana Center for Change
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • MHS Central Valley Regional Recovery Center
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
    • Outpatient counseling treatment

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