We garnered some eye-opening statistics on the opioid epidemic in Orange County presented by Dr. Bharath Chakravarthy, a UC Irvine Health associate professor of clinical emergency medicine and public health in the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Here’s an overview of by the numbers and how the opioid epidemic in Orange County affects our communities.
What Can We Do About the Opioid Epidemic in Orange County?
While our wish is that no one ever struggles with opioid addiction, we know that it happens and far too often. At Casa Capri Recovery, we ensure women recover in an environment that’s safe and structured helping them feel empowered to be the strong women they truly are.
If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction and are seeking treatment, we would love to talk with you and see how we can help you. PLEASE CALL 844.252.5221. Our counselors are available to guide you through the process.
Melissa Holmes Goodmon is the founder and CEO of Casa Capri Recovery, a leading California addiction treatment center created just for women—by women. Melissa is a licensed clinician and has stayed on the cutting edge of women’s treatment since 2006. Because of her own beautiful recovery story, she is proud to be among a small group of trailblazers since founding Casa Capri Recovery for Women in 2011, leading the way for other women to join them in this otherwise male-dominated industry. She is considered an advocate for the recovery community in the truest sense, standing up to discrimination and legally fighting for the rights of sober people in recovery to live in peace. To learn more about advocacy or if you’ve experienced discrimination, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out casacaprirecovery.com for more information on our program, or please give us a call at 844-207-4880.