Drug overdoses continue to increase throughout the country including Newport Beach in Orange County, California. Between 2005 and 2014, the number of fatalities from overdoses increased by 63 percent. From 2011 to 2016, more than 1,700 individuals in Orange County experienced a fatal overdose. Opioids were responsible for over 66 percent of these fatalities.
These deaths were attributed to prescription painkillers and opioids including heroin. The Coroner and Health Care Agency in Orange County released a report in 2017 showing 782 residents required the services of the emergency room between 2011 and 2015 for overdoses related to opioids. Among these visits, there were 123 fatalities. The northern Orange County cities include Newport Beach.
Between 2011 and 2015, the number of visits to emergency rooms for fatal overdoses increased by 37 percent. The number of fatal overdoses increased by 18 percent. The report showed the number of fatal overdoses could be decreased through the rise of naloxone. The following statistics show the specific opioids responsible for these fatalities.
• 27 percent from hydrocodone
• 25 percent from morphine
• 20 percent from heroin
• 19 percent from oxycodone
• 16 percent from codeine
The estimate is 74 percent of the deaths were accidental overdoses caused by prescription opioids, suicide resulted in 22 percent, with four percent for unknown reasons. These statistics are a good representation of how dangerous it is to experiment with any illicit substance.
One of the most beautiful coastal cities located in southern California is Newport Beach. The city is known for a large harbor filled with boats. Many individuals find recovering from substance use is easier in a relaxing city offering numerous drug-free activities. You can enjoy Balboa Pier, Newport Beach Pier, an old fashioned amusement park complete with a charming Ferris wheel and relaxing ocean views.
Once you have completed inpatient rehab, you can visit the beaches with a reputation for big waves, contemporary and modern works at the Museum of Art and a sublime Mediterranean climate. In addition to excellent rehab facilities, you will discover sandy beaches and great surfing.
At Asana Recovery, our drug rehab in Newport Beach offers you a place to live where you can receive treatment on-site. Inpatient care is ideal because it eliminates the triggers you are experiencing in your daily life. Depending on the stage of your treatment, the setting can be sterile or offer you a luxurious environment to help you recover. The idea is to provide you with a home where you can feel comfortable during the process.
The key benefit of staying at an inpatient treatment center is the ability to focus on healing. Everything you will do is focused on your recovery. You will receive daily therapy with periods of free time to apply skills you’ve learned to your newfound sobriety. You will be taught to use healthy habits as a replacement for drugs. Outpatient rehab offers you treatment for your addiction, but you will not live in the facility. There are different levels of care to help you remain sober including all of the following.
• Partial hospitalization programs
• Outpatient rehab programs
• Intensive outpatient programs
• Substance abuse counseling
You will need to commit your time to each level. You will need to commit several hours per day a few days each week to your outpatient treatment. In most instances, you will be offered flexible time frames to make certain you can continue with schooling or your job while receiving treatment. Inpatient care if often necessary before starting outpatient care.
Outpatient care enables you to live at home close to people supporting your efforts for sobriety. Outpatient care is generally a transition phase after inpatient care. You will be taught how to recover from your addiction by healing both your body and mind. In outpatient treatment, you will learn how to live a happy and healthy life without the need for drugs. Your treatment starts with a comprehensive assessment to create a personalized plan.
Your needs are unique, so your treatment plan will be customized. Once your assessment has been completed, you will need to have medically supervised detox. This is necessary for the removal of all drugs from your system. Although this is not a treatment for your actual addiction, it is the place to begin. After detox, you will experience a wide range of therapies. Therapy will show you how to understand what triggered your drug abuse while teaching you how to live healthier in the future. You will be provided with positive options as a replacement for drugs. You will learn how to avoid triggers often resulting in relapse after completing your treatment. You may receive one or more of the following therapies.
• Cognitive behavioral therapy
• Art therapy
• Recreation and sports
• Music lessons
• Dialectical behavior therapy
• Thai Chi
If you are suffering from a mental disorder, you will receive dual diagnosis treatment. Substance abuse often results from a mental issue, making everything worse. You need treatment for both issues to help prevent a relapse. You can maintain sobriety by considering your actions and thoughts during your life. Support groups and counseling for substance abuse are important reminders of your treatment.
You will understand the negative impact of your addiction and your specific triggers leading to drug use. You may require treatment for only a few weeks or as long as a year. The typical long-term treatments are anywhere from 60 days to six months. Short-term treatments usually last for 28 to 30 days. The highest rates of success are achieved with treatments for a minimum of three months.
Addiction may have taken over your life. You need to allow enough time for the damage to be reversed. You will also need to make critical changes to your lifestyle.
At Asana Recovery, our unique treatment facility offering you effective care, modern advances, and high standards. The Asana family will provide you with the support and treatment you need. You will receive help from your case manager, counselors, medical team, support staff and therapist. Asana is different because of everything you receive including a furnished room, activities, supplies, meal and local transportation.
Asana places your safety and comfort first. This is the reason you will receive all medication necessary throughout your detoxification and nutritious and balanced meals every day. The medical staff is available to help with your care by providing immediate assistance 24/7. Whether this is your first treatment, or you have needed help in the past, you will receive everything you need to help you remain sober. Asana provides numerous options for therapy, a relaxing atmosphere, the right treatment for your needs, personalized programs and continuous care. Give us a call today or learn more at 949-763-3440.