Substance Abuse Resources in Roseville
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Roseville Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Roseville is a city in Placer County, approximately 20 miles northeast of Sacramento. The population of Roseville is estimated to be 126,300. The city has a low unemployment rate of four percent and is home to a number electronics and computer companies, a power utility and a major railroad facility. Roseville is the major city in Placer County, which extends from Roseville all the way to Lake Tahoe. In summer, Lake Tahoe, together with the nearby Folsom Lake are very popular for water sports and other recreational activities.

Roseville has not been left untouched by the heroin and synthetic opioid epidemics sweeping the country. Many families have lost loved ones as a result of heroin and opioids. According to the Sacramento Bee, a total of 918 incidents of drug overdose were reported between 2006 and 2013. Additionally, the area has been hit by the sale of contaminated painkillers that had been laced with fentanyl. In 2016, 12 local people died after using these spiked drugs. Roseville police officers are now carrying an antidote for opioid overdose.

The reasons why certain people start using drugs are complicated. In some cases, it’s simple curiosity when young people dabble to discover what it’s all about. In other situations, it’s due to addiction developed from the overuse of opioid-based painkillers. The demographics of people using opioid drugs show that they affect people of all ages, with a surprisingly high percentage of middle-age people experiencing at least one serious drug overdose.

Fortunately, help is at hand, and drug dependence can be treated. There are many drug treatment options in Roseville, in Placer Country and also in Sacramento where those grappling with dependency can be treated. Additionally, there are national networks of clinics specializing in rehabilitation.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center888 South Hillhurst Road Ridgefield WA 98642 (360) 857-6655

The Recovery Village Ridgefield does not operate in the state of California. Our closest facility is in Ridgefield, WA and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

California opioid overdose deaths
in 2015

According to the CDC, the age-adjusted death rate from all forms of drug overdose in California is 11.3 per 100,000 people (2015). The trend is increasing on an annual basis. Other information indicates that that drug overdose deaths are split fairly equally between opioid prescription drugs, heroin and other illicit opioids.

Finding Help & Recovery in Roseville, CA

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Roseville, California

There are several drug treatments options for people grappling with alcohol and drug dependence The best choice depends upon a number of factors. The different solutions can be grouped into three categories, namely outpatient rehab programs, partial hospitalization and residential rehab centers. Each option offers specific benefits, as well as some negative points, that need to be considered.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Inpatient drug rehab programs generally last from three to 12 weeks, the duration of which depends upon the type of drug dependence. During treatment, patients are required to stay within the confines of the clinic and its surroundings. If not already completed, the first stage is one of detoxification followed by several weeks of counselling and group therapy. During this period, the focus is on developing coping skills so that when patients are discharged, they are able to live normal, productive lives.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A partial hospitalization program (PHP) has many of the same features as residential clinic programs, but patients can stay at home or in nearby accommodation. This naturally means that patients should be strong enough to stay away from drugs and alcohol, and the home environment needs to provide security and support. Patients participate in counselling and therapy on a daily basis for the duration of the program.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Although similar to partial hospitalization programs, outpatient drug rehab programs in Roseville, CA, and other locations, are less formal and allow patients to continue with their normal lives. They are able to work and participate in day-to-day activities. Patients agree to a certain number of hours of therapy per week and, where possible, these are arranged around patients’ work and other commitments. As with partial hospitalization, patients need safe and secure places to live.

When considering a Roseville drug rehab or a rehab center elsewhere, patients need to honestly evaluate which solution is best for them. While partial hospitalization and outpatient rehab programs are cheaper, they are of no use if patients haven’t reached the point where they can stay away from drugs and alcohol. Other factors to consider include the home environment, social pressures and the extent of substance dependence. While residential drug and alcohol treatment clinics are more expensive and require patients to take leave of absence rom school or work, they have higher success rates and the seclusion they provide creates a conducive environment for rehabilitation therapy.

Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

The first step on the road to recovery is the completion of drug detox treatment. During this stage, patients go through a process where the toxic and chemical effects of drugs and alcohol in their system are treated. Detoxification is often uncomfortable because the body has to readapt to functioning without drugs or alcohol. Unsupervised detoxication is difficult, and it’s strongly recommended that detoxication takes place in a well-equipped medical facility where medication can be used to reduce the side effects of detoxification. At the end of the drug detox, when all traces of drugs and alcohol in the body have been eliminated, patients are no longer physically dependent and are ready to undergo healing therapy and counselling.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Roseville

After completing a drug rehab program in Roseville or anywhere else, it’s recommended that those in recovery join a local recovery meeting to help them stay off drugs and alcohol. Recovery meetings provide support and guidance. This extended support is important and helps patients find ways to cope with the pressures that initially led them into substance misuse. There are several organizations offering recovery meetings, the best known of which are Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery. There are also two organizations that specifically help families of those struggling with substance dependence.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous was started in 1935 by two individuals fighting alcoholism. It did not take long for AA to grow nationally and then internationally, as many alcoholics found the regular AA meetings provided them with the support and encouragement needed to stay sober. AA uses the well-known 12-step program that helps alcoholics honestly admit their difficulties and find strength to stay sober. AA is open to anyone struggling with dependence on alcohol.

  • Roseville Alano Club
    Back Room
    111 5th St./Riverside Ave.
    Roseville, CA 95678

  • Roseville Group
    315 Lincoln St./Main Street
    Roseville, CA 95678
  • Lyman Leake Memorial Community Center
    1203 Gabrielli Dr./ Cirby Way
    Roseville, CA 95661

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous was founded in 1953. Recognizing the success of AA, NA extended the principles used by AA to those recovering from drug dependence. NA use a unique version of the 12-step program adapted to the needs of those battling with drug use and dependence. Because of the stigma associated with drugs and also the fact that drug use is still largely illegal, NA offers total anonymity to its members.

  • Better Foods Deli
    900 Douglas Blvd.
    Roseville, CA 95678
  • Weber Park
    320 Circuit Dr.
    Roseville, CA 95678
  • United Methodist Church
    109 Washington Blvd.
    Roseville, CA 95678

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery was formed towards the end of the last century. The organization is open to anyone fighting substance dependence as well as any form of addictive behavior. SMART Recovery offers a 4-step program to fight dependence and addictive behavior. These steps deal with building motivation, fighting urges, managing thoughts and behaviors and living a balanced life. SMART recovery bases its methods on scientific studies and principles.

    10366 Rockingham Dr.
    Sacramento, CA 95827
  • A Balanced Life, Inc.
    2100 Eloise Ave.
    South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
  • St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
    500 Robinson Rd.
    Sebastopol, CA 95472

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Family members and spouses of those in recovery or who are still in the grips of substance misuse also need help. Apart from the pain they feel as they watch their loved ones struggling, family members often end up indirectly encouraging addictive behavior through a process called codependence. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are support groups for families, friends and loved ones of alcoholics and those fighting drug dependence. The support groups provide encouragement through mutual sharing and support. They also provide resources that help families understand the addictive process and how they can best help their loved ones.

  • Al-Anon
    Hillcrest Alliance Church
    911 Hillcrest Ave.
    Roseville, CA 95678

  • Nar-Anon
    Roseville NFG
    628 Royer St.
    Roseville, CA 95678

Along with numerous drug treatment options in Roseville, there are numerous clinics, hospitals and practices in surrounding towns and counties where those who are dependent on either drugs or alcohol can find help.

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Local Communities Near Roseville, CA Served

  • 95661
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  • 95678
  • 95746
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