Where do I find Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers in North Carolina Near Me?
Locating a drug rehab center in North Carolina can be a time-consuming task. With the different types of inpatient rehab and detox centers, finding the best drug rehab can be tough without the proper knowledge. Our counselors are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help answer any questions you may have about entering into an inpatient drug and alcohol addiction center.
North Carolina Inpatient Treatment Centers for Addiction
North Carolina, being one of the states hit the heaviest in the recession has seen a shift from timber and farming industry that used to fuel the economy, to a service and tourism industry. This shift has fueled the unemployment rate and contributed to the rise of addiction among young adults. Addiction has risen to 7% and is below the national average. The usage of opiate and stimulant based drugs is considerably higher in North Carolina and the need for quality treatment for addiction cannot be greater.
With North Carolina ranking in the top 20 states for prescription medication abuse; getting someone you love the help they need can be a life or death choice.
Residential and Inpatient addiction centers in North Carolina can offer the best solution to start the recovery process.
When faced with the rise in addiction rates, North Carolina’s residential rehab centers have answered back with the latest technologies, therapies, and substance abuse treatment centers. Just a short time ago there was only the “one size fits all” treatment centers for addiction. With the new therapy models and an opportunity to choose the type of treatment that you feel would be most effective, the success rates of Inpatient treatment centers has risen dramatically.
There are several treatment centers that offer a variety of treatment models and therapies. Give us a call and we can help you find the best inpatient treatment center.
What are the costs associated with treatment at a residential facility?
The cost of private drug and alcohol treatment in North Carolina can seem out of reach for most people seeking treatment for their addiction. We know that addiction can take a toll on you physically, emotionally and financially and when faced with treatment costs it can be overwhelming. This is where we can help the most. Our counselors will help you sort through the centers that both meet your financial requirements as well as the therapy and setting requirements.
Free Online Assessment and Treatment Help Line for North Carolina
A list of free or low-cost treatment centers for addiction to drugs or alcohol in North Carolina is provided as a public benefit service. If you have any questions regarding the treatment and types of programs that they offer, feel free to contact one of our counselors. We will help you any way we can to get the life back that you deserve. We offer programs in many cities including Charlotte, Raleigh, West Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point North Carolina
Call us toll-free and we will help you find the best treatment center and low-cost treatment programs.
Therapeutic Alternatives Club Insight
Pittsboro, North Carolina
815 Sanford Road
Pittsboro, NC 27312
University of North Carolina Hospitals
Located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Located in Carrboro, North Carolina
1105 West NC Highway 54 Bypass
Carrboro, NC 27510
Comprehensive Community Care Inc
Located in Durham, North Carolina
4905 Brentwood Drive
Durham, NC 27712
Murchison Residential Corp
Located in Holly Springs, North Carolina
533 Texanna Way
Holly Springs, NC 27540
NORTH CAROLINA DRUG CONTROL UPDATE
This report reflects significant trends, data, and major issues relating to drugs in the State of North Carolina.
North Carolina At-a-Glance:
• The number of meth lab seizure incidents in the state of North Carolina increased 102%, from 196 incidents in 2008 to 395 incidents in 2011. Source: El Paso Intelligence Center’s National Seizure System (EPIC-NSS).
• Approximately 8.88 percent of North Carolina residents reported past-month use of illicit drugs; the national average was 8.82 percent.
Source: National Survey on Drug Use and Health 2009-2010.
• In 2009, the rate of drug-induced deaths in North Carolina exceeded the national average.
• In 2008, the percentage of North Carolina drug treatment admissions for marijuana rose to exceed those for cocaine.
Drug Use Trends in North Carolina
Drug Use in North Carolina: The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) provides national and state-level data on the use of tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs (including non-medical use of prescription drugs), and mental health in the United States. In the most recent Survey, 8.88 percent of North Carolina residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month. The national average was 8.82 percent. Additionally, 3.42 percent of North Carolina residents reported using an illicit drug other than marijuana in the past month (the national average was 3.6
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – State Estimates of Substance Use from the 2009-2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health
Drug-Induced Deaths: As a direct consequence of drug use, 1,223 persons died in North Carolina in 2009. This is compared to the number of persons in North Carolina who died from motor vehicle accidents (1,404) and firearms (1,112) in the same year. North Carolina drug-induced deaths (13.0 per 100,000 population) exceeded the national rate (12.8 per 100,000).
North Carolina addiction statistics and national trends are provided to help understand the scope and consequences that addiction can have if left unchecked.
Marijuana use throughout the state listed in percentages of the population of North Carolina statistics provided BY SAMHSA
5.97% of the population in the age group 12 -17 has reportedly used marijuana last month and 7.43% of the population over 18 has been reported by SAMHSA to have used marijuana in the past month.
Cocaine use in North Carolina for the fiscal year 2015 for age groups between 12-17 years old is at .53% and for those over the age of 18 is at 1.46% and is a need for concern for North Carolina residents.
Heroin use in North Carolina for the age group 12-17 is estimated at 0.06% of the population for that age group and is estimated 1.93% of the populous over 18 in North Carolina.
Alcohol use in North Carolina statistics have been gathered for the fiscal year 2015 by SAMHSA are an estimate and within a 95% confidence rate for the survey. It is estimated that 8.19% of the age group 12-17 has used alcohol in the past month and 49.74%.
North Carolina residents that have had serious thoughts of suicide in the past year reported by SAMHSA details only those over the age of 18, with 4.20% of the population having serious thoughts of suicide.
Freedom from addiction starts with a phone call. If you or a loved one is trapped in the seemingly never-ending cycle of addiction it is time to act now and we can start the healing process together.