Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Hawthorne, California

Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Hawthorne, California

Hawthorne, California has an estimated population of around 87,854 people. The city is about halfway between Los Angeles to the north and Long Beach to the south. Those who call Hawthorne home have a number of local parks available for outdoor recreation, as well as an alcohol and drug rehab center.

Rehab Centers In Hawthorne, California

Those who are seeking care for substance use disorders have at least one addiction treatment center within city limits.

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Rehab Centers Near Hawthorne, California

Individuals interested in exploring other options for treatment have a few rehab centers available that are close to Hawthorne in Lawndale and Los Angeles.

Substance Abuse In Hawthorne & Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County has had many problems with drug abuse in recent years, especially involving methamphetamine. Consider other drug-related facts from the region:

  • In Los Angeles County, there was a total of 2,282 drug-related overdose deaths from 2013 to 2015. Between 2014 and 2016, the county had 2,288 deaths.
  • In 2017, Los Angeles County had 447 opioid-overdose deaths.
  • Drug overdose deaths increased from a rate of 61.7 per 100,000 to a rate of 78.1 per 100,000 in the county between 2011 and 2015.
  • Los Angeles County had twice as many toxicology cases with fentanyl during 2015 and 2016. Amphetamine toxicology cases in the county in 2016 had a rate of 28.3 percent.

Traveling For The Best Program

Hawthorne provides limited options for drug and alcohol rehab programs. Those who need to explore other options can do so by looking for rehab centers in other areas, including different states. Traveling can open up treatment options that are more suitable for a person’s particular struggle with substance abuse.

If you or someone you love are looking for treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, contact for help.

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