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The opioid abuse and overdose epidemic is ravaging the United States—on average, 115 people die every day due to an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).1 Although California has not been hit as hard by opioid addiction as some states like Ohio and West Virginia, areas of the state have been deeply affected by it nonetheless. Vista, California, located in northern San Diego County has seen an uptick in opioid abuse, along with the rest of the county and the region.2 One report on San Diego County found that, like other places in the U.S., an influx of illicit fentanyl and carfentanil has led to a spike in narcotics-related deaths. Fentanyl is between 50 and 100 times more powerful than morphine, while carfentanil is a synthetic opiate so potent it is only used legally to tranquilize large animals for veterinary medicine.3 Just a few grains of carfentanil can lead to a rapid overdose in a human. Because of this spike in deaths in Vista and surrounding cities, some programs are pushing to make a drug that halts an opioid overdose, naloxone, more available. One new program dispenses naloxone near clean needle exchanges and seeks to expand into Vista in the coming years. After an overdose has been prevented or—ideally—before one happens, attending detox and an inpatient or outpatient program can help to prevent physical and psychological harm from long-term substance abuse.
  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (2017). Understanding the Epidemic.
  2. ABC 10 News. (2018). San Diego County Leaders Unveil Plan to Battle Drug Addiction.
  3. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). (n.d.). Fentanyl FAQs.
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Our featured substance abuse centers have been pre-screened to meet or exceed rigid state and national standards, such as BBB standings, state licensing and national accreditation such as the Joint Commission. The will provide you some of best quality rehab, detox and treatment options available anywhere and include private inpatient and residential facilities. We've found many in Vista:

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If the above recommended featured treatments facilities don't suit your needs, there are still other options available. We've found many additional drug and alcohol clinics near Vista CA. Don't let the large number of choices overwhelm you, though - our advisors are always available to help you find the center if you prefer to talk to someone in person. Our toll-free number is 1-888-287-0471Who Answers?, and someone is available 24-7.

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  Lower-End Mid-Range Upper Range Typical Length Recomm. Length
Intervention $1,000 $3,000 $7,500 N/A N/A
Detox $350-$750/day $750-$1,500/day $1,500-$3,000/day 3 days 7 days
Inpatient Rehab $5,000-$12,000/month $12,000-$25,000/month $25,000-$75,000/month 28-45 days 90 days
Outpatient Rehab $1,500-$3,000/month $3,000-$7,500/month $7,500-$12,500/month 30-60 days 90 days
Sober Living $500/month $2,000-$5,000/month $5,000-$12,5000/month 30-180 days 6 Months - 1 Year

Should I Stay Local or Travel for the Best Treatment?

Seeking local treatment might seem like the best rehab option, surrounded by familiar places and close to friends and family. While this may be the most convenient route to take, there are also some significant drawbacks to be aware of. Making a “clean break” from drugs and alcohol, separating from the environments and people most associated with the addiction, often leads to the best results. The chances of relapse are diminished when you are away from home, since you are limiting your access to the substances you are trying to quit. Many rehabs are located in incredible settings, from oceanfront and lakeside facilities to picturesque desert retreats - perfect for creating the right atmosphere for feeling peaceful, keeping positive and staying healthy during, and after, your stay. So make sure you consider all your options when deciding the best place to make a fresh start.

How Much Does Addiction Treatment Cost?

Treatment prices depend on the treatment phases involved and the level of service and extras provided. The range runs from free and low-cost options that are generally state or federally funded, all the way up to very expensive treatment at facilities that give 5 star resorts a run for their money. In terms of free options, consider hosting an intervention with friends and family, along with visiting which has a treatment center locator and provides listings to government-funded and very low cost alternatives.

Is Insurance Accepted?

In many cases YES. Although not every detox or rehabilitation facility will accept insurance, many do. Most of the facilities that we refer people to do accept private insurance, so give us a call today to verify what coverage you may have and we will do everything possible to help make that work for you!

How Long Does Effective Treatment Take?

Studies indicate that the success rate for recovery rises dramatically with the length of treatment. That is, the longer an individual spent in a facility treating their drug or alcohol dependencies, the less likely they were to relapse. Detox and rehab can be done in as few as 21 to 30 days, though the probability of remaining alcohol and drug-free rises dramatically as the individual passes 90 days of treatment. is operated by Recovery Brands LLC, a subsidiary of American Addiction Centers, Inc. Learn more about what this means here
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