Rehabs near Stockton
In the Central Valley of California is the county seat of San Joaquin and its 13th largest city, Stockton. The town was founded in 1849 by Captain Charles Maria Weber during the Gold Rush. The quiet city is the first in California to have a non-native or Spanish name. Today it has over 311,178 inhabitants and has been named an "All American City." Though Stockton is "All American," it is far from perfect. Stockton is battling a severe public health crisis bigger than that of its home state. Despite Stockton city's leadership status, the town deals with a higher drug overdose rate than the rest of the state. Like many other cities in California, Stockton has seen an improvement in its numbers. Yet, with the current state of our nation and the global pandemic, experts predict the number of reported drug related cases to rise. Fortunately, there are treatment facilities prepared to help the city. There are local and experienced treatment centers that are committed to helping Stockton fight its public health crisis. Check out some of the treatment facilities nearby.
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