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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In North Carolina

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Find An Addiction Rehab In North Carolina Today

It is imperative that you call now for a free confidential assessment for drug & alcohol rehab centers in North Carolina. We are professionals who can help get you or a loved in the right facility depending upon your needs don't wait, call now!

  • Drug Addiction Treatment Centers
  • Alcohol Rehab Centers
  • Substance Abuse Rehabs
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers
  • Most Insurances Accepted
  • Payment Assistance Available
Too Many Options? Get Help Now!

Every rehab is different, with different services offered and treatment philosophies. With over 400 treatment facilities in North Carolina, it’s important to determine what you’re looking for and make an informed choice.

Most rehabs in the state treat clients with both alcohol and drug abuse. In addition to substance abuse treatment, about 1 in 3 facilities also provide mental health services—known as dual diagnosis rehabs.

While most North Carolina facilities offer outpatient care, there are also some that provide inpatient or residential care. There is a range of payment options amongst rehabs in the state. Almost all will accept cash or self-payment, but a large portion also accept various private or government-funded insurance plans. If a client can’t afford treatment, about 45% of facilities in North Carolina offer treatment at no charge.

Select a Rehab Center by County

Over the past 10 years, addiction treatment admissions in North Carolina have increased by the tens of thousands. Its communities have been hit hard by heroin and prescription opioids in particular. Throughout the entire nation, several North Carolina cities have ranked among the highest rates of opioid abuse—for both heroin and prescription painkillers.

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Alamance County

Alamance County/Guilford County

Alamance County/Orange County

Alexander County

Alexander County/Iredell County

Alleghany County

Anson County

Ashe County

Avery County

Beaufort County

Bertie County

Bladen County

Brunswick County

Buncombe County

Burke County

Cabarrus County

Cabarrus County/Mecklenburg Coun

Cabarrus County/Stanly County

Caldwell County

Caldwell County/Burke County

Caldwell County/Catawba County/B

Caldwell County/Watauga County

Camden County

Camden County/Pasquotank County

Carteret County

Caswell County

Catawba County

Catawba County/Burke County

Chatham County

Chatham County/Wake County

Cherokee County

Chowan County

Clay County

Cleveland County

Cleveland County/Gaston County

Columbus County

Craven County

Cumberland County

Cumberland County/Sampson County

Currituck County

Dare County

Davidson County

Davidson County/Randolph County

Davidson County/Randolph County/

Davie County

Duplin County

Duplin County/Pender County

Duplin County/Wayne County

Durham County

Durham County/Orange County

Durham County/Orange County/Wake

Durham County/Person County

Durham County/Wake County

Edgecombe County

Edgecombe County/Nash County

Forsyth County

Forsyth County/Guilford County

Franklin County

Franklin County/Wake County

Gaston County

Gates County

Graham County

Granville County

Greene County

Guilford County

Halifax County

Harnett County

Harnett County/Johnston County

Harnett County/Lee County

Harnett County/Wake County

Haywood County

Henderson County

Hertford County

Hoke County

Hyde County

Iredell County

Iredell County/Mecklenburg Count

Jackson County

Jackson County/Macon County

Johnston County

Johnston County/Wake County

Jones County

Lee County

Lenoir County

Lenoir County/Pitt County

Lincoln County

Lincoln County/Catawba County

Macon County

Madison County

Martin County

McDowell County

Mecklenburg County

Mitchell County

Montgomery County

Moore County

Moore County/Montgomery County

Nash County

New Hanover County

Northampton County

Onslow County

Orange County

Pamlico County

Pender County

Pender County/Onslow County

Perquimans County

Person County

Pitt County

Polk County

Polk County/Henderson County

Randolph County

Randolph County/Guilford County

Richmond County

Robeson County

Robeson County/Hoke County

Robeson County/Scotland County

Rockingham County

Rowan County

Rowan County/Cabarrus County

Rutherford County

Sampson County

Sampson County/Duplin County

Scotland County

Stanly County

Stokes County

Stokes County/Forsyth County

Surry County

Swain County

Swain County/Jackson County

Transylvania County

Tyrrell County

Union County

Union County/Mecklenburg County

Vance County

Wake County

Warren County

Washington County

Watauga County

Watauga County/Avery County

Wayne County

Wilkes County

Wilkes County/Surry County

Wilson County

Wilson County/Edgecombe County/N

Wilson County/Johnston County

Yadkin County

Yancey County

North Carolina—Harm Reduction and Treatment Expansion

In response, its policymakers have adopted harm reduction strategies. A Good Samaritan law legally protects someone overdosing or reporting an overdose. Methadone is legal for treatment of opioid dependence. There are distribution programs for clean syringes and naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

To meet increasing need in the state, treatment efforts have also expanded and improved. If you or a loved one is seeking addiction treatment in North Carolina, be sure to do your research. But, don’t get overwhelmed with all of the options—call us and we can help in the decision process: 1-866-317-7050.

Getting Sober in North Carolina

These services are offered at the majority of facilities in the state:

North Carolina Substance Abuse Organizations

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