Living a Sober Life in North Carolina

Abuse, Addiction and Soriety in NCWe are here to help people locate drug rehab centers in North Carolina that work. Our service is provided at no cost to you, whether you are from Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Wilmington, or surrounding areas in the state. Our drug and alcohol addiction professionals can help you choose the best rehab option for you or a loved one regardless of the current situation. With decades of experience in the drug and alcohol rehab field, we have helped thousands of individuals and families make the right choice. Because we understand that it may be uncomfortable to call and because we know that sometimes people just want some basic information that they can read at their own leisure, you may find some of the information presented here useful.

Benefits to Using an Inpatient Program

If you decided that it is time to put an end to addiction, whether it be for yourself or someone near and dear to your heart, there are many options you have to consider before deciding. Over the past few decades, treatment has evolved. Residential facilities have become the accepted standard when it comes to achieving the best long-term results for anyone trying to recover from dependence. The days of a hospital environment are gone, with many of the facilities focusing on a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for those struggling with dependence. Because of the increase in popularity, we are looking at some of the benefits that former patients cited when it comes to choosing a residential drug rehabilitation facility. The following three areas will set apart one facility from other options on the market:

Don't Go to a Poor Drug Rehab ProgramStop! Before you send your loved one to a drug rehab center based only on cost or location, contact us to find out what types of rehabilitation programs have the best recovery rates.

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Of course, there are many other advantages to an inpatient treatment facility, but these are three of the major components that most options share with one another. Before deciding upon the 'right place', it is a good idea to look at the many different options that are available. This is important even if you believe that you have already found the right fit. Even if the overarching approach appeals to you, remember that not every treatment program is the same. This is just another reason why it may be beneficial to have qualified counselors to speak with who are aware of the many different options throughout the state.

Current Problems throughout the State

Over the past several years, North Carolina has experienced a significant increase in drug trafficking activity. The majority of this increased narcotic trafficking is due to the influx of Mexican nationals into the state. According to the most recent Census, the state is the 11th most populated state and has the ninth fastest growing population in the nation. One of the factors fueling the population growth is the high rate of Hispanic migration to the state. North Carolina led the nation in Hispanic growth from 1990 to 2000, with a growth rate of 394%. The Hispanic growth rate was anchored by a 655% increase in the Mexican population. The Mexican population had traditionally been a migrant population that worked in the agriculture-based industries of North Carolina, but now is a permanent segment of the population, capitalizing on the many job opportunities available in the state. While the majority of immigrants are not involved in narcotic trafficking, their presence allows traffickers from Mexico to hide within the Mexican communities. The Mexican drug traffickers most commonly transport and distribute cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine.

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NC Hotline for Substance Abuse RehabilitationOur qualified staff has helped many people find their way through all the clutter they encounter online. Many family members and significant others, have been provided clear answers they can use. Remember that there is no such thing as a silly question, if it is important enough to concern you, we treat it as important enough to discuss with you at length. If you are interested in finding the number to a good professional recovery option or just want to discuss the current situation that you or someone close to you is involved in, be sure to make that call.

Call 1-800-964-1075 today and find out how much your life can change with one simple call.


Important Local Contact Information:

Governor's Office
(919) 733-4240 or (800) 662-7952

Attorney General
(919) 716-6400

Department of Correction
(919) 716-3700
Email: info@doc.state.nc.us

Substance Abuse Services
(919) 733-7011
Email: contactdmh@ncmail.net

Regional Alcohol and Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Center
(919) 715-5989
Email: janice.petersen@ncmail.net

Office Safe and Drug-Free Schools
(919) 807-3911

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Asheville:
(828) 271-4661
Charlotte:
(704) 770-2000
Greensboro:
(336) 547-4210
Raleigh:
(919) 790-3004
Wilmington:
(910) 815-4513


Local Recovery Centers:

First at Blue Ridge Inc.
(828) 669-0011
32 Knox Road
Ridgecrest, NC 28770

McLeod Addictive Disease Center
(704) 332-9001
515 Clanton Road
Charlotte, NC 28217

Mountain Treatment Center
(828) 348-8433
260 Merrimon Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801

Pavillon
(828) 694-2300
241 Pavillon Place
Mill Spring, NC 28756

Wilmington
(877) 762-3750
2520 Troy Dr.
Wilmington, NC 28401


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