Shasta County

Drug Rehabs in Shasta County

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Right Road Recovery Programs Inc

2110 Ferry Street

Anderson, CA 96007

(530) 365-8523

www.rightroadrecovery.org

Pit River Health Service Inc

Substance Abuse Program

36977 Park Avenue

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4004×145

Intake:  (530) 335-4004×140

www.pitriverhealthservice.org

Empire Recovery Center Inc

1237 California Street

Redding, CA 96001

(530) 243-7470

Intakes:  (530) 243-7470×10(530) 246-8339

www.empirerecovery.org

Shasta County Health and Human Service

Shasta County Perinatal Treatment Serv

1506 Market Street

Redding, CA 96001

(530) 245-6411

www.co.shasta.ca.us/html/Mental_Health

Redding Treatment Network Inc

Cedar Rose Programs AOD Abatement Srvs

1614 Continental Street

Suite A

Redding, CA 96001

(530) 605-1361

Shasta County Alcohol and Drug Program

2640 Breslauer Way

Redding, CA 96001

(530) 225-5900

Intake:  (530) 225-5240

Hotline:  (530) 225-5240

Shasta Treatment Center

Shasta Treatment Center Drug and Alc

2030 Hartnell Avenue

Suite D

Redding, CA 96002

(530) 221-6237

www.shastatreatmentcenter.net

Shasta Options

2972 Churn Creek Road

Redding, CA 96002

(530) 224-5469

www.shastaoptions.com

Redding Outpatient Clinic

Outpatient Program

351 Hartnell Avenue

Redding, CA 96002

(530) 226-7675

www.va.gov

Established in 1850 Shasta County is home to over 177,291 residents.

In a report compiled in Shasta County by the Community Prevention Initiative, alcohol use among teens was examined.  It is much worse for young adults to abuse drugs and alcohol as their brains are still developing, and substance abuse can affect memory, planning, and good judgment, among other key brain functions.  Below are some key findings on alcohol abuse in general as well as responses from Shasta County students taken in the 2008-’09 California Healthy Kids Survey.

  • Alcohol dependence is highest in the 18-20 and 21-24 year old groups at over 12% and over 10%, respectively.
  • Alcohol is a factor in the three leading causes of deaths among 14-15 year olds: unintentional injuries, homicides and suicides.
  • 45% of Shasta County 11th graders report having been very drunk or sick after drinking alcohol. 28% have driven a car or been driven by someone who has been drinking.
  • Adolescents who begin drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependency. For each year that the start of drinking is delayed, the risk of later alcohol dependence is reduced by 14%.
  • Teenagers whose parents talk to them regularly about the dangers of drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those teens whose parents don’t.
  • 18% of 9th graders and 26% of 11th graders in Shasta County reported binge drinking.
  • 27% of 7th graders in Shasta County have already had their first full drink.
If you or someone you love has a problem, get help sooner rather than later.  Call us today to speak with a counselor who can find you the proper treatment.

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