Riverside County

Drug Rehabs in Riverside County

There are currently over 80 treatment options in Riverside County

Riverside County also includes the Coachella Valley made up of :Palm Springs, Cathedral City , Rancho Mirage,Palm Desert, La Quinta and Indio

For help finding the best center call us at 800-893-7060

Whiteside Manor

Wilshire House

2452 Wilshire Street

Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 788-9515×15

www.whitesidemanor.com

Chapman House Inc

3894 4th Street

Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 781-3479

Intake:  (714) 288-9779

www.chapmanrehab.com

Carolyn E Wylie Center for Children

Youth and Families

4164 Brockton Avenue

Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 683-5193

www.wyliecenter.org

MFI Recovery Center

A Womens Place

4295 Brockton Avenue

Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 683-6596

www.mfirecovery.com

MFI Recovery Center

5870 Arlington Avenue

Riverside, CA 92504

(800) 923-5634

www.mfirecovery.com

Riverside Center for Change

3576 Arlington Avenue

Suite 102

Riverside, CA 92506

(951) 782-9577

www.mhsinc.org

High Road Program

3579 Arlington Avenue

Suite 200

Riverside, CA 92506

(951) 781-6762

www.highroadprogram.org

Chapman House

1777 N. Palm Canyon Dr.

Palm Springs, Ca. 92262

intake: 714-288-9779

www.chapmanrehab.com

1-800-893-7060

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Long term residential alcohol and drug rehab centers are good choices for those who have a history of substance abuse. There are different types of addiction treatment centers including medical detoxification, in-patient and residential treatment programs available in Riverside County, California which will help the client achieve permanent abstinence from all substances.

Established in 1893 Riverside County is home to over 2,189,641 residents.

Overall, admission rates to treatment facilities in Riverside County have decreased since 2000. In 2000 there were about 476 admissions per 100,000 compared to 365 admissions per 100,000 in 2008. Riverside County’s AOD admission rate was lower than the state overall each year. Crime rates for felony and misdemeanor drug offenses decreased from 865 per 100,000 in 2000 to 699 per 100,000 in 2008. Crime rates for felony and misdemeanor alcohol offenses decreased from 1,313 per 100,000 in 2000 to 1,081 per 100,000 in 2008.

While the admission rates to treatment facilities decreased in Riverside County, so did AOD hospitalization rates.  The rate decreased overall from 232 per 100,000 in 2000 to 202 per 100,000 in 2007.  The rate of hospitalizations due to alcohol‐related causes decreased from 101 per 100,000 in 2000 to 85 per 100,000 in 2007. Riverside County’s alcohol‐related hospitalization rate was similar the state overall each year.  The rate of hospitalizations due to drug‐related causes decreased from 130 per 100,000 in 2000 to 117 per 100,000 in 2007. Riverside County’s drug‐related hospitalization rate was higher than the state every year except 2006.