North Carolina Addiction Treatment Options and Drug Rehabs

Drug-Rehab .org is part of a national campaign (including in North Carolina) to help those affected by drug addiction get help. We have contact information for over 3000 drug rehab centers and treatment centers nationwide, with plenty to be found in North Carolina, too.

We understand that recovery from addiction or alcoholism is a many stage process that takes involvement of the families, treatment professionals and others who have been through the process themselves. Strictly doing Physical Detoxification and Out-Patient Treatment is rarely enough. The addict or alcoholic needs to learn new skills for living, coping strategies and ways to regain control of their over their own life once again, without an artificial high as a coping mechanism.

If you need immediate help or an assessment for a North Carolina resident, CALL NOW or click:


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Beautiful North Carolina is home to 9,656,401 people in the heart of the American southeast. The state capital is Raleigh, a rapidly growing city in North Carolina. Drugs and alcohol have a rapidly growing presence in the state, too, as follows:

  • Crack cocaine and cocaine itself are both major threats to the state of North Carolina. Heroin is not widely available in North Carolina although its availability has been increasing.
  • Substance abuse in North Carolina adolescents has received attention including a report from Duke University on the subject.
  • Marijuana can be found anywhere within North Carolina and is the most commonly abused illegal substance.
  • MDMA, LSD and many prescription medications are growing in popularity in North Carolina.
  • Marijuana remains the most popular illicit drug in North Carolina.
  • The next popular drug is cocaine, accounting for the second highest in drug-related admissions to North Carolina treatment centers.
  • Eight percent of people in North Carolina reported using any kind of illicit drug within the past month of a recent government survey; that is about the national average.
  • Drug-induced deaths in North Carolina are equal to the national average.

Making a Recovery in North Carolina

Many people try and try to get help on their own and often are meant with disastrous results. Realizing you don’t have to face such a struggle alone is your first step to real recovery success.

Call us today at 877-352-6329; we have trained professionals awaiting your call and to point you in the best direction for your rehabilitation.

For researching purposes, please see the following local New Hampshire resources:

  • Addiction Recovery Care Association
    1931 Union Cross Rd. Winston Salem, NC 27107
    Addiction Recovery Care Association provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Detox

  • Caldwell House
    951 Kenham Place SW Lenoir, NC 28645
    Caldwell House provides the following services: Halfway house

  • Caring Hearts Counseling Services
    N.gate Mall Durham, NC 27701
    Caring Hearts Counseling Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Carolina Compreh Psychiatric Services
    600 Country Club Dr. Greenville, NC 27834
    Carolina Compreh Psychiatric Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Charlotte Rescue Mission
    907 W. 1st St. Charlotte, NC 28202
    Charlotte Rescue Mission provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house

  • Freedom House Recovery Center
    104 New Stateside Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27516
    Freedom House Recovery Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • McLeod Addictive Disease Center
    2208 W. Roosevelt Boulevard Monroe, NC 28110
    McLeod Addictive Disease Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Methadone Services

  • New Directions Home Healthcare
    1424 S. JK Powell Boulevard Whiteville, NC 28472
    New Directions Home Healthcare provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • UNA
    620 S. Elm St. Greensboro, NC 27406
    UNA provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction