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Addiction in Oceanside

Oceanside, California is experiencing similar addiction issues as the rest of San Diego County. Out of a massive 3.3 million people across the county, 544 people died in 2016 from drug– and alcohol-related causes. While that may not seem like a high number, that is slightly more than 16 out of every 100,000 people who died from some form of drug. Even higher, the average death rate in Oceanside from 2007 to 2016 was 16.7 people for every 100,000.

It goes to show that it isn’t just the major cities that are suffering from the impact of the opioid epidemic, but smaller, medium-sized cities as well. Unfortunately, the lack of media attention that these cities receive can make the people who are addicted feel isolated.

Opioids in Oceanside

In 2016, San Diego County experienced 268 deaths from illicit and prescription opioids. While heroin is often the first thing that comes to people’s minds when they hear “opioids,” prescription medications like oxycodone, methadone, morphine, and hydrocodone were involved in a greater amount of deaths than heroin in San Diego County in 2016. Similar to trends in larger cities, twice as many people died from a prescription painkiller, 182, than those who died from heroin, 91. Neither of those numbers include fentanyl, which has grown from the previous year.

Fentanyl-Laced Drugs in Oceanside

From 2016 to 2017, deaths from fentanyl almost tripled, and the first half of 2018 showed signs of increase as well. This spike, seen in San Diego County, is due to contamination of other drugs with fentanyl. Fentanyl has become popular for dealers to sell due to its low costs and strength. This gives the dealers a greater chance at profit by selling it to buyers unknowingly.

Unfortunately, fentanyl’s potency makes it very risky for people to take at all. When someone is given fentanyl without their knowledge, they are at a greater risk of overdose. This could be from the dealer unable to measure the dosing properly, or the user taking a greater amount than the dealer suspects. Suddenly, the usual dose they’ve built a tolerance to can be too much.

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Methamphetamine in Oceanside

While people have been understandably concerned about the growing use of opioids, other drugs like meth have spiked as well. Methamphetamine and stimulants were responsible for the greatest number of deaths in 2016. Far exceeding heroin and other prescription opioids individually, Stimulants overtook opioids collectively in 2016 with a massive spike in methamphetamine deaths, bringing the total deaths from meth to 240. This is especially dangerous for cities that are near the Mexican and Canadian border, or are near major ports, as this increases the risk of drug trafficking organizations from other countries to bring dangerous drugs through their cities.

Finding Treatment in Oceanside

If you are in Oceanside and need help finding treatment, for you or a loved one, then reach out to a dedicated treatment provider. They are available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have about the recovery process or find the best center for you based off your needs.

Sometimes, the right treatment center isn’t the one that is closest to you. Sometimes, you don’t even know what it is. With the help of a dedicated treatment professional, you can set the foundation for a long-term recovery and reduce the risk of a relapse.

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