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Seal Beach is a coastal city in Orange County, California and is surrounded by Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Garden Grove. Like its neighboring cities, Seal Beach is home to many people who need help recovering from substance misuse and addiction.
According to the Seal Beach Police Department, Orange County has seen many instances of people dying from prescription drug overdoses.1 In October 2022, the Seal Beach Police Department hosted a drug take-back event to encourage residents to dispose of unused medications like opioids that could lead to a fatal overdose.1
From 2018 to 2020, Seal Beach had relatively high rates of drug- and alcohol-related deaths and hospitalizations.2 Its rate of drug and alcohol-related deaths was 32.2 per 100,000 residents, and its rate of drug and alcohol-related hospitalizations was 209.7 per 100,000 residents.2 These rates were notably higher than those for Orange County as a whole during that same period, which was 27 per 100,000 residents and 204.4 per 100,000 residents.2
There are no addiction treatment centers in Seal Beach, however, there are 68 treatment centers within 10 miles in neighboring cities, including Sunset Beach, Long Beach, and Huntington Beach.3 The number of drug and alcohol rehab centers near Seal Beach makes up an estimated 5.3% of the total number of treatment centers in California.
Detoxification services are available at 32 treatment centers near Seal Beach for those who need supervised withdrawal from drugs and alcohol.3 Residential rehab programs are offered at 37 of these facilities, hospital inpatient treatment at 10 facilities, and outpatient rehab programs at 31 treatment facilities near Seal Beach, CA.3
Six addiction treatment centers near Seal Beach offer special programs for youth under the age of 18, and 39 facilities offer special programs for Veterans.3 People who identify as LGBT have the option of receiving special treatment at 46 facilities, and people who are deaf and hard of hearing can receive treatment at 6 nearby facilities that have the resources to serve this population.3 Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction is also widely available near Seal Beach, as 6 nearby facilities offer MAT using methadone and 47 facilities offer MAT using buprenorphine.3
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are some of the many types of drug and alcohol support groups for people in recovery who want to complement their professional addiction treatment programs.4 AA and NA are free, widely available, and ideal for those who want to connect with peers who share similar struggles and experiences related to drug and alcohol misuse.4
There are 2 venues in Seal Beach that host AA meetings: the Center for Spiritual Living on 500 Marina Drive and the United Methodist Church on 148 10th Street.5 Both venues offer in-person and online meetings.5 People who want to attend an AA meeting in or near Seal Beach can view an updated meeting schedule on the official website for the AA Orange County chapter.5
NA does not host any meetings in Seal Beach, however, there are 73 NA meetings within 10 miles in cities including Long Beach, Huntington Beach, and Westminster.6 People who are interested in attending an NA meeting near Seal Beach can access an updated meeting schedule on the official NA website.6