Ventura County

Drug Rehabs in Ventura County


There are a variety of treatment options in Ventura County , We help match you with center that best fits your individual case

PDAP of Ventura County Inc

450 Rosewood Avenue

Suite 215

Camarillo, CA 93010

(805) 482-1265

Ventura County Behavioral Health Alc

Outpatient Alcohol and/or Other Drugs

828 West Ventura Street

Suite 250

Fillmore, CA 93015

(805) 524-8644

Ventura County Dept of Alc/Drug Progs

1911 Williams Drive

Suite C

Oxnard, CA 93030

(805) 981-9200

Alternative Action Program

314 West 4th Street

Oxnard, CA 93030

(805) 988-1112

Aegis Medical Systems Inc

2055 Saviers Road

Suite 10

Oxnard, CA 93033

(805) 483-2253

Ventura County Behavioral Health Dept

Alc/Drug Programs/New Start for Moms

1911 Williams Drive

Suite 140

Oxnard, CA 93036

(805) 981-9250

Prototypes Womens Center

Ventura County

2150 North Victoria Avenue

Oxnard, CA 93036

(805) 382-6296×132

Intake:  (805) 382-6296

Action Family Counseling Residential

Treatment Center

15005 Faulkner Road

Santa Paula, CA 93060

(805) 933-1219

Intakes:  (800) 367-8336(661) 297-8691

Hotline:  (800) 367-8336

Aegis Medical Systems Inc

625 East Main Street

Santa Paula, CA 93060

(805) 525-4669

Action Family Counseling Inc

4380 Apricot Road

Simi Valley, CA 93063

(805) 584-3258

Intake:  (800) 367-8336

Established in 1872 Ventura County is home to over 825,706 residents.

Methamphetamine use is a growing problem in Ventura County.  According to a report compiled by the Ventura County Meth Task Force, Ventura County meth abusers make up almost 60% of referrals to the Proposition 36 drug diversion program, compared with 50% of referrals across the state. A contributing factor to that is Ventura County’s Geography. Compared with other northern or coastal regions in California, Ventura County is more rural and relatively closer to the Mexican border. Proximity to the border makes Ventura County more susceptible to drug traffic moving in and through the area. Below are some key findings from the report:

  • In 2007, Ventura County had 1,035 methamphetamine admissions, representing a 270% increase from five years earlier. In 2008, admissions were up by 20%.
  • A survey conducted in 2008 reports 9% of Ventura County eleventh graders have used meth at least once, compared to 7% in 2006.
  • Over half (57%) of child abuse and neglect cases in Ventura County involve meth.
  • About 80% of felonies in County Courts are meth–related and 95% of teens in Juvenile Drug Court reported having used the drug.
  • Methamphetamine abusers have experienced a range of health conditions, including dental problems, violent behavior and numerous psychiatric symptoms.
  • Chronic meth abuse can also result in long–term structural and functional changes in the brain; overdose can produce severe brain injury or even death.

If you or someone you love has a substance abuse problem, call us today before it’s too late.  We have counselors that can refer you to the proper treatment.

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