Alcohol & Drug Rehab & Detox In Santa Clara, California

Santa Clara is the home of Silicon Valley and an economic and technological powerhouse in California. With a median household income of over $93,000, it is one of the most affluent cities in the West Coast and the country.

But even one of the most economically important locations in the world is not immune to the drug problem. According to the Santa Clara County Opioid Overdose Prevention Project (SCCOOPP), there were 27 confirmed opioid deaths in Santa Clara in 2018. Of those deaths, 15 were related to illicit drugs, four were related to fentanyl, and 11 from heroin. The fentanyl deaths were males with an average age of 26.5 years.

Addiction Problems

For some, the addictions begin with teenage experimentation. Teenagers dabble in drugs or alcohol as part of a pattern of adolescent curiosity or rebellion. In time, they find they can no longer control when they use drugs or how much they take when they do take in drugs.

For others, addictions begin due to workplace pressures. They lean on substances to help them cope with their jobs and the struggles they must deal with every day. In time, the drugs become a critical part of life that they have no control over.

No matter how your addiction began, there are treatments available that can help you get control once more. There are public-funded or charitable programs nearby that can help you get the care you need and private-pay options that can help you gain control.

Where to Find Help in Santa Clara, California

Our treatment programs at Resurgence Behavioral Health focus on offering comprehensive and integrated care that integrates mental health, substance abuse, and primary care services. We offer both 12-step and SMART recovery groups. Our customized treatment approach is what sets us apart from other treatment centers. We are not a one size fits all treatment facility. Our treatment plans are customized to each patient’s needs and preferences. These plans are administered by our staff of highly motivated and expert professionals.

Please contact us or call us at 888-700-5053 so we can design an addiction treatment plan custom to your unique addiction and personal needs.

The State of Addiction in Santa Clara

In 2017, there were 2,199 overdose deaths involving opioids in California, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. The state’s rate of 5.3 deaths per 100,000 persons is lower than the national rate of 14.6 deaths per 100,000 persons. Santa Clara’s opioid death rate may not as be as high as other places in the country, but it still exists.

Local authorities have taken several steps. For one, The California Healthcare Foundation (CHCF) has taken a proactive role by recruiting and supporting counties to form coalitions and fight the epidemic one community at a time. In 2015, CHCF invited the Santa Clara County Opioid Overdose Prevention Project (SCCOOPP) into the California Opioid Safety Network to support the community in their fight against drug abuse, addiction, and overdose

We Can Help

At Resurgence Behavioral Health, we believe in Santa Clara. We know that addictions can be effectively treated, as we help families to recover every single day in our facility. We offer inpatient and outpatient care for addiction and our aftercare approach ensures that you have the tools you need to maintain sobriety when formal treatment is through.

We can help you find the recovery you’ve been looking for, and calling is the first step. Contact us to find out more about how we can help and what we can do for you.

It's Time for a New Beginning.

Addiction Treatment That Just Works.

Please contact us or call us at 888-700-5053 so we can design an addiction treatment plan custom to your unique addiction and personal needs.

We accept most PPO insurances and also offer payment plans for cash patients.


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