Burbank, California is home to 104,805 residents and is located in Los AngelesCounty. There are approximately 60 people residing in halfway homes or treatment centers for drug and alcohol abuse within the Burbank city limits.


Burbank is home to an estimated 5,000 cannabis users, 2,200 residents misusing prescription medications, 800 residents addicted to cocaine, 370 residents using psychedelic drugs, 210 residents using inhalants, and 50 residents addicted to heroin.


Throughout the calendar year roughly 30 people will lose their lives to alcohol and 5 people will lose their lives to drug overdose.


An estimated 5 people will be killed by drunk drivers.


During the first quarter of the year police will make roughly 150 drug related arrests and 125 driving under the influence arrests.


According to the national crime index Burbank, CA scored a 5 out of 10 on property crimes, 2 points above the national average and a 4 out of 10 on violent crimes one point above the national average. There were 246 violent crimes and 2,771 property crimes reported to law enforcement during the 2005 calendar year in Burbank.


Burbank is home to 2 drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers: N and N Ad Rehab Counseling Services and Victory Foundation Inc. 

2 Listings for Burbank, California

  • New Way Foundation
    844 N. Hollywood Way Burbank, CA 91505
    New Way Foundation provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • New Way Foundation
    207 N. Victory Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502
    New Way Foundation provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house