Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Daytona Beach, Florida

Famous for its oceanside location and luxury resorts, Daytona Beach, Florida is located in Volusia County. The headquarters of NASCAR and home to the Daytona International Speedway, this city draws many tourists all throughout the year. For those who live here year-round, addiction struggles remain a concern that local rehab centers can address.

Substance Abuse In Daytona Beach & Volusia County

People living in Daytona Beach often find themselves touched by the realities of addiction. In Volusia County, addiction statistics are improving, but are still quite serious:

  • In 2014, approximately 2 people were hospitalized every day due to opioid-related causes in Volusia County.
  • The county had a rate of 143 opioid hospitalizations per 100,000 people that year.
  • The rate of opioid deaths in 2014 in Volusia County was 10.8 per 100,000 people, or more than one death per week.
  • In 2017, Volusia County experienced 141 total deaths because of drugs, which was a rate of 26.2 deaths per 100,000 people.

Traveling For The Addiction Treatment

Addiction treatment in Daytona Beach may be available, but the right program is not always the most convenient one. Traveling to find a program that fits an individual’s needs can open the door to more effective treatment, helping individuals prepare for a lifetime in recovery.

Contact and discuss addiction treatment with a treatment specialist to learn more about the options both in Volusia County and Daytona Beach.

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