Drug Rehabs for Agoura Hills
Agoura Hills, California has 22,765 residents living within the city limits. There are potentially 1,000 cannabis users, 430 people misusing prescription medication, 160 people addicted to cocaine, 70 using psychedelics, 40 using a form of inhalant, and 10 addicted to heroin. There will be 30 deaths related to tobacco products, 5 from alcohol, and 1 drug related fatality during the calendar year.
Also police will make 125 drug arrests and 94 driving under the influence arrests during the calendar year.
Agoura Hills’s property crime levels tend to be much lower than California’s average level. The same data shows violent crime levels in Agoura Hills tend to be much lower than California’s average level.
During 2006 there were no murders, 3 forced rapes, 7 robberies, 31 aggravated assaults, 86 burglaries, 229 thefts, 23 auto thefts, and 3 arsons.
SAMHSA reports in their 2006 survey there were 144,000 12 to 17 year olds, 316,000 18 to 25 year olds, and 342,000 people over the age of 25 who needed treatment but had not yet enrolled in treatment programs for illegal drugs. The same study found that 169,000 12 to 17 year olds, 711,000 18 to 25 year olds, and 1,449,000 people over the age of 25 required treatments for alcohol use yet had not enrolled yet in treatment centers.