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Drug Addiction Articles – California News

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California Drug Information

Cocaine is readily available throughout the state with Los Angeles remaining one of the nation’s largest cocaine transshipment and distribution centers. Cocaine is also widely available in San Francisco and other areas of northern California.

The increased availability of high purity heroin that can be snorted allows a new, younger population to use heroin without a needle.

Marijuana remains the most widely available and abused illicit substance in California.  Marijuana has been legalized for medical purposes in the state of California, although federal law still bans it.  California drug rehabs consider marijuana to be the worst gateway drug.  Many California drug abuse rehab clients who are hooked on meth, cocaine, heroin, and other street drugs first started their pattern of drug abuse with marijuana but then moved on to harder substances once they developed a tolerance.

Methamphetamine is the primary drug threat in California. Within the state, Hispanics and Caucasians are the almost exclusive consumers of meth. Purity levels of meth have ranged from a low of 10% to a high of 100% pure.  Methamphetamine and crystal meth create a long, dangerous cycle of addiction that can leave its abuser sleepless for weeks.  In California, many meth addicts have overdosed in a hectic attempt at keeping their high.

Although ecstasy (MDMA) was considered the most popular club drug in the state among teens and young adults, there are indicators that its use may be decreasing across the board, although the drug remains consistently available in geographical pockets. Recent studies indicate that use of MDMA is expanding from raves and clubs into schools, malls and private residences.  Despite being on the decline, Ecstasy is still responsible for  great deal of California emergency room visits occasioned by accidental overdose.  Since Ecstasy in California may be laced with other drugs and poisons, even one pill can be deadly for California residents.

Current investigations indicate that the diversion of hydrocodone products, such as Vicodin, and oxycodone products, such as OxyContin, continues to be a problem in California.

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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 2.6 million California citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.

Additional NSDUH results indicate that 880,000 California citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 618,000 reported past year illicit drug dependence.

During 2006, there were 193,717 drug/alcohol treatment admissions in California. There were 183,278 treatment admissions in California during 2005. More than one-third of these treatment admissions were related to amphetamines, during both 2005 and 2006.

However, approximately 849,000 California citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.

In 2010, according to CBS news, federal and California state authorities targeted marijuana growers in a month-long sweep that resulted in seizure of almost $2.0 billion worth of pot as well as nearly 100 arrests.  The Fresno County Sheriff stated that most of those arrested were Mexican nationals, and that several Mexican drug cartels were involved in growing the marijuana.  Over 400,000 marijuana plants growing on California soil were discovered and destroyed during the sweep.