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  • Chula Vista, California Census Data
  • The total number of people in Chula Vista is 169,884. Of those, 82,417 are Male (48.51 %) and 87,467 are Female (51.49 %).

    In Chula Vista, California 32.4 is the median age.

    Chula Vista, California population is broken down (as a percentage) by age as follows:

    Under Age of 5: 7.90 %
    Ages 5 to 9: 8.40 %
    Ages 10 to 14: 8.00 %
    Ages 15 to 19: 7.32 %
    Ages 20 to 24: 6.58 %
    Ages 25 to 34: 15.35 %
    Ages 35 to 44: 16.42 %
    Ages 45 to 54: 11.62 %
    Ages 55 to 59: 3.95 %
    Ages 60 to 64: 3.37 %
    Ages 65 to 74: 5.99 %
    Ages 75 to 84: 3.97 %
    Over the age of 85: 1.12 %

    Analysis of Education/Enrollment in Chula Vista, California:
    A total of 54,249 people over the age of three are enrolled in school in Chula Vista.
    Of the total enrolled in Chula Vista:
    2,832 children in Chula Vista are enrolled in Nursery School.
    2,925 children are attending Kindergarten in Chula Vista.
    23,220 children in Chula Vista attend Primary School
    11,282 young people in Chula Vista attend Secondary School.
    13,990 people are enrolled in college in Chula Vista.
    23,666 people have a High School diploma (or equivalent).
    27,331 people have attended some college (without a degree).
    8,549 people in Chula Vista have an Associates Degree.
    15,379 people in Chula Vista have a Bachelors Degree.
    7,251 people in Chula Vista have a Graduate Degree.

    Chula Vista Statistical Data
    Chula Vista, California Total Area covers 55.59 Square Miles.
    Total Water Area is 1.42 Square Miles.
    Total Land Area is 54.17 Square Miles.
    In Chula Vista, CA. pop. density is 3,136.19 persons/square mile.
    Chula Vista, California is located in the Pacific (GMT -8) Time Zone.
    The elevation in Chula Vista is 13 Ft.

    Economic Data for Chula Vista, CA.

    Family Income Data for Chula Vista:
    Income per household breakdown is as follows:
    Earning under $10,000 annually: 4,218
    Earning $10,000.00 to $14,999 annually: 3,156
    Earning $15,000 to $24,999 annually: 6,669
    Earning $25,000 to $34,999 annually: 7,931
    Earning $35,000 to $49,999 annually: 9,650
    Earning $50,000 to $74,999 annually: 11,867
    Earning $75,000 to $99,999 annually: 6,609
    Earning $100,000 to $149,999 annually: 4,662
    Earning $150,000 to $199,999 annually: 1,007
    Earning $200,000 or more annually: 654
    $58,613.00 is the Median Annual Income per family in Chula Vista.

    Employment Data:
    77,265 are employed in Chula Vista, California.
    4,806 are unemployed in Chula Vista.
    Of those that currently employed in Chula Vista:
    41,800 Males are currently employed in Chula Vista.
    35,465 Females are currently employed in Chula Vista, CA.

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Often one of the number one considerations of a person in Chula Vista, California with a drug or alcohol addiction problem in search of treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab facility for the treatment of their addiction is location. The initial thing that comes to mind for most people is a drug treatment and alcohol rehab center nearby to home, usually either in Chula Vista, CA. or a couple hours drive from there. Even though this may bring about convenience, it does not necessarily mean that it is the best treatment choice for you or a loved one with an addiction to alcohol or drugs. drug and alcohol rehab facilities in close proximity to Chula Vista, California can make it far too easy to remain in contact with drug abusing acquaintances and other familiar situations that can set off a drug or alcohol relapse. Also, it tends to make it very easy to abruptly leave the drug and alcohol treatment facility when the going gets rough in the early phase of the recovery process, it can and commonly does get a little tough, this is normal until the individual adapts to a day-to-day regimen without the use of drugs or alcohol. If you are in Chula Vista, California near the associates and places that you used drugs or alcohol with, when the going gets tough you know exactly who you can call that will come and pick you up and take you out for a drink or a fix. When you or your loved one attends a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that is a significant distance away from home, the familiar triggers for an alcohol or drug relapse are not there. Handling relapse triggers is a crucial part to the successful treatment of drug addiction and alcoholism.

Attending a drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility will provide a secure atmosphere typically involving 24 hour supervision and quality treatment so you can begin the therapeutic process of recovery from drug addiction or alcoholism. Tapering off drug or alcohol use can help considerably to minimize withdrawal symptoms, but for a lot of people, especially those that abuse highly addictive drugs for an extended duration of time, it simply may not be possible to do that. The drug addiction or alcoholism may have advanced too far and the impulse to use a drug or alcohol has become too powerful. In such cases, a drug or alcohol detox facility is the safest route to handling the withdrawal process. Most drug rehab and alcohol treatment programs provide a medically supervised detox regimen to treat withdrawal symptoms that are brought on by the sudden discontinuation of drug or alcohol use so that the sometimes unpleasant withdrawal process can be made more comfortable for the individual. Stopping the use of addictive drugs and alcohol using the cold turkey technique is not encouraged because it can occasionally cause life-threatening withdrawal symptoms, such as seizures.

Why should you attend a drug rehab and alcohol rehabilitation facility? If you have attempted a number of times and you have not been able to quit by yourself and go back to a normal drug-free life, it is likely that you will need the professional treatment that you can get at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. If you haven't quit on your own by now, it's likely you won't. Alcoholism and drug addiction is not as simple in many cases as just stopping - you have possibly paused drug or alcohol use for minutes, hours and days just to merely go right back to the same old habits. A drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility is not just about stopping drug or alcohol abuse. A more important component of a drug and alcohol treatment facility is to educate you how to continue to stay clean and sober and how to attain a happy prosperous lifestyle.

If you or your loved one in Chula Vista is considering enrollment into a drug treatment and alcohol rehab program it is likely that it is needed. Most people in Chula Vista, California with a drug or alcohol problem, whether they say that they need the help of a drug treatment and alcohol rehabilitation facility or not, they realize that they are in serious trouble and need help but they are just frightened of not being able to solve their problems the only way they know how, with drugs and alcohol. When a person cannot quit drinking or taking drugs even when they have made promises to themselves and loved ones that they will quit yet they continue to use drugs or alcohol in spite of the broken promises and damaging consequences, it is time to locate the proper drug treatment and alcohol rehabilitation facility for that individual so that they will one day be able to keep their promise. Some of the symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction include inadequate school or job attendance and performance, unhealthy hygiene and appearance, significant weight loss or gain, changes in sleep pattern, shying away from close friends, neglecting responsibilities, financial issues, anger and hostility toward family, withdrawal symptoms when the drug or alcohol is not obtainable, severe urges and the desire to get hold of the drug or alcohol despite the consequences including but not limited to lying and stealing to get it. If any of these addiction indicators are apparent in yourself or someone close to you, it is very probable that you have an addiction problem and would benefit significantly from the qualified services of a drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility to recover from it.

If you or someone you care about in Chula Vista, CA. have a drug or alcohol addiction problem and require the guidance of a Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS) to decide on what you should do, dial our toll free number 1-877-565-0123. All counseling services are free of charge and absolutely confidential.

If you do not feel that you need the assistance of a Registered Addiction Specialist, for your convenience we have supplied listings in Chula Vista of Local and Nearby drug rehab and alcohol treatment facilities.

There are 7 listings in Chula Vista, California:
  • San Diego VAMC
    San Diego VAMC is a drug and alcohol treatment facility that is located at 865 3rd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91910.
    San Diego VAMC can be contacted by calling 619-476-6060.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment, Payment Assistance
  • Community Research Foundation Inc
    Community Research Foundation Inc is a drug and alcohol rehab program that is located at 835 3rd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91911.
    Community Research Foundation Inc can be contacted by calling 619-427-4661.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Spanish Speaking Clients
    Payment Options: Self Payment
  • Third Avenue Comp Treatment Center
    Third Avenue Comp Treatment Center is an alcohol and drug treatment program that is located at 1161 3rd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91911.
    Third Avenue Comp Treatment Center can be contacted by calling 844-705-4318.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Detox, Spanish Speaking Clients
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Military Insurance, Self Payment
  • McAlister Institute for Trt and Educ
    McAlister Institute for Trt and Educ is an alcohol and drug treatment center that is located at 1180 3rd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91911.
    McAlister Institute for Trt and Educ can be contacted by calling 619-691-8164.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Lesbian and Gay Services, Pregnant Women, Females, Males, Spanish Speaking Clients
    Payment Options: Self Payment
  • Community Research Foundation
    Community Research Foundation is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility that is located at 835 3rd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91911.
    Community Research Foundation can be contacted by calling 619-427-4661.
    Treatment Services: Spanish Speaking Clients
    Payment Options: Self Payment
  • MAAC Project
    MAAC Project is a drug and alcohol treatment center that is located at 73 North 2nd Avenue Chula Vista, CA. 91910.
    MAAC Project can be contacted by calling 619-426-4801.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Inpatient Drug Rehab, Males, Spanish Speaking Clients
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment, Payment Assistance
  • Bayview Behavioral Health Campus
    Bayview Behavioral Health Campus is a drug and alcohol rehab facility that is located at 330 Moss Street Chula Vista, CA. 91911.
    Bayview Behavioral Health Campus can be contacted by calling 619-426-6310.
    Treatment Services:
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Military Insurance, Self Payment

Additional Articles About Drug Addiction and Treatment in Chula Vista, California

  • When someone is addicted to drugs or alcohol, it can take weeks and even months to repair the damage done. It can take as long as a month just to recover from the physical side effects, withdrawal symptoms and intense drug cravings that addicted people experience once they quit using drugs. It can then take even longer to truly treat addiction, which requires intensive counseling, therapy and the use of other treatment tools to accomplish long-term sobriety....

  • Individuals who are addicted to drugs or alcohol sometimes live in complete denial. Without outside influence, it is all too easy to continue abuse of drugs or alcohol and create more and more damage in the process. Drug addiction not only destroys one's self, but affects so many other people involved. This is usually not considered by the addicted individual when they are immersed in addiction, which is why an intervention can be such an effective tool....

  • When an individual needs help getting off of drugs or alcohol, drug and alcohol treatment programs in Chula Vista will either personally make sure addicted individuals are fully detoxed on site, or will get them to a specialized facility to make sure they are safely gotten through the detoxification process. Being treated during the detox process will ensure that all of the residual drugs or alcohol are out of the person's system, while also assisting them through any difficulties or complications they may have with drug or alcohol withdrawal....

  • Drug or alcohol addicted individuals typically expend all resources paying for and maintaining their habit. When it comes time to pay for treatment, addicted people are typically faced with the fact that there is very little if nothing left to pay for it. When an addicted individual is in need of rehabilitation, the last thing that should stand in their way is the cost of such treatment. This is why a lot of drug and alcohol rehab facilities, many of which are located in Chula Vista, offer payment methods which are based on one's income and circumstances....

  • Addiction doesn't have to be something which individuals will suffer with their entire lives. If addicted people in Chula Vista acquire the proper level of care and treatment, any type of addiction can be rehabilitated. The fundamentals of drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Chula Vista are all primarily based on the knowledge that drug or alcohol addiction is not just a physical issue, but an issue with much more prevalent and distinguished social, emotional and psychological issues that must be addressed....

  • Facts
  • According to a 2007-08 California Student Survey (CSS) that was sponsored by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, in relation to the abuse and addiction of drugs among 7th, 9th, and 11th graders in the state, inhalant and marijuana abuse accounts for the highest amount of the 7th graders incidents of substance abuse; over the history of the CSS, this fact has remained.
  • According to the most current statistics that are available from the California Department of Alcohol & Drug Programs, over 70% of the individuals who have been arrested in the state for drunk driving in 2007, were reported to be first time offenders.
  • According to a 2007-08 California Student Survey (CSS) that was sponsored by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, in relation to the abuse and addiction of drugs among 7th, 9th, and 11th graders in the state, 29% of the 11th graders reported drinking more than 5 drinks at one sitting within the past month.
  • NA meetings in Chula Vista:
  • Casa Nosostros (NA Meeting)
    73 North Second Avenue
    Chula Vista, California 91910

    Sunday - 7:00 PM
    Thursday - 8:00 PM
  • Clean Sunday Group (NA Meeting)
    330 Moss Street
    Chula Vista, California 91911

    Sunday - 10:30 AM
  • Do or Die Step Study Group (NA Meeting)
    740 Hilltop Drive
    Chula Vista 91910

    Monday - 7:30 PM
  • Hill Cats Group (NA Meeting)
    330 Moss Street
    Chula Vista, California 91911

    Wednesday - 8:00 PM
  • Hospital (NA Meeting)
    4650 Palm Avenue
    Chula Vista 91912

    Tuesday - 7:00 PM
  • Mountain Hawk Park (NA Meeting)
    Lake Crest Drive And Olympic Vista Road
    Chula Vista 91915

    Saturday - 11:00 AM
  • New Ways Group (NA Meeting)
    251 Palomar Street Suite A
    Chula Vista 91911

    Wednesday - 7:00 PM
  • Newborns Group (NA Meeting)
    330 Moss Street
    Chula Vista, California 91911

    Saturday - 7:30 PM
  • No Foothall Tonight Group (NA Meeting)
    330 Moss Street
    Chula Vista 91911

    Monday - 7:30 PM
  • Park (NA Meeting)
    373 Park Way
    Chula Vista, California 91911

    Thursday - 7:30 PM
  • Recovery Center (NA Meeting)
    314 Park Way
    Chula Vista, California 91911

    Friday - 12:00 PM, 7:30 PM
    Monday - 12:00 PM
    Saturday - 11:30 AM
    Sunday - 5:30 PM, 6:30 PM
    Thursday - 12:00 PM, 7:30 PM
    Tuesday - 12:00 PM, 7:30 PM
    Wednesday - 12:00 PM, 7:00 PM
  • Sitting on a Cloud Group (NA Meeting)
    260 1/2 3rd Avenue
    Chula Vista 91911

    Friday - 7:00 PM