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Detoxification in North Carolina

While stimulant abuse across the country appears to have leveled off or even decreased in some areas, North Carolina saw 395 meth lab seizure incidents during 2011. That is a 102% increase from 196 incidents in 2008 to 395 incidents in 2011. Ironically, while methamphetamine lab seizures have continued to escalate in North Carolina the primary substance sending residents into treatment during 2011 was marijuana addiction. During 2011, an estimated 30% of all North Carolina drug rehab enrollments cited marijuana addiction as their primary reason for receiving treatment. Following marijuana addiction was other opiates addiction, cocaine or crack cocaine addiction, heroin addiction and then lastly stimulant addiction.

Most North Carolina drug and alcohol treatment programs begin with detox followed by counseling and group therapy. Detox is the process of ridding the person's body of the remaining drugs and alcohol they have abused. When a person stops using drugs and alcohol their body rids the remaining substances from their system, often resulting in withdrawal symptoms. For this reason detoxification is best conducted in a treatment setting where the person's withdrawal symptoms can be closely monitored and managed.

In order to help residents overcome their addiction to drugs or alcohol drug rehab programs and medical detox facilities are located across New York State. When detox is conducted on site at a drug rehab program the treatment facility will provide everything necessary for this process. A medical staff member will work closely with the program participant to ensure their safety and comfort during detox and prepare them to continue on in the treatment program. On the other hand, when the detox is performed in a medical detox center the program participant will complete this phase of their recovery and then be admitted in a drug and alcohol rehab program. Many outpatient and short term treatment centers have their clients undergo medical detox off site prior to beginning their program. It is important to keep in mind that while this phase of recovery leaves the client looking and feeling better than they have in a long time, it is only the first step on the journey to lasting sobriety. Without continuing into addiction treatment, the newly sober person will struggle and often succumb to relapse.

Treatment Listings By City (Click on a city to reveal listings)

Mountain Health Solutions of Asheville

Crossroads Treatment Center

Charles George VAMC Asheville

  • 1100 Tunnel Road Asheville, NC. 28805
  • 828-298-7911

Residential Treatment Services of

UNC at Chapel Hill

  • 200 North Greensboro Street Carrboro, NC. 27510
  • 919-445-0226

Carolinas Healthcare System Mercy


Charlotte Treatment Center

University Psychiatric Associates

William C Bowens MD

  • 1825 West City Drive Elizabeth City, NC. 27909
  • 252-338-1100

Phoenix Counseling Center

Walter B Jones

Greenville Recovery Center

Port Health Services

  • 114 Health Drive Greenville, NC. 27834
  • 252-413-1965

Greenville Psychiatric Associates

  • 502 Red Banks Road Greenville, NC. 27858
  • 252-758-4810

Dixon Social Interactive Services Inc

Pardee Hospital

Carolina Behavioral Care

Dixon Social Interactive Services

  • 668 Stratford Boulevard Kinston, NC. 28504
  • 252-208-0125

BHC First Step

First Health Moore Regional Hospital

Fernandez Community Center LLC

  • 8376 Six Forks Road Raleigh, NC. 27615
  • 919-900-7438

UNC Healthcare

Carolina Performance

Raleigh Methadone Treatment Ctr

Carter Clinic

Treatment Centers LLC

  • 448 Jake Alexander Boulevard West Salisbury, NC. 28147
  • 704-645-8539

Coastal Horizons Center Inc

PORT Human Services

JFK Alcohol and Drug Abuse Trt Ctr

Freedom House Recovery Center

Durham Treatment Center

Best Life Inc

  • 2121 Guess Road Durham, NC. 27705
  • 919-251-8609

Recovery Innovations Inc

  • 309 Crutchfield Street Durham, NC. 27704
  • 919-560-7305

BAART Community Healthcare

Cape Fear Valley Health System

  • 1724 Roxie Avenue Fayetteville, NC. 28304
  • 910-615-3333

Murray Fork Clinic

  • 6020 Morganton Road Fayetteville, NC. 28314
  • 910-764-4750

Greater Image Healthcare Corp

  • 401 Robeson Street Fayetteville, NC. 28301
  • 910-321-0069

Metro Treatment of North Carolina LP

Fayetteville VAMC

Alcohol and Drug Services

Behavioral Health Hospital

Fellowship Hall Inc

Greensboro Treatment Center

Recovery Innovations Inc

  • 300 West Parkview Drive Henderson, NC. 27536
  • 252-438-4145

Frye Regional Memorial Center

  • 420 North Center Street Hickory, NC. 28601
  • 828-315-5777

Clay Wilson and Associates

Jacksonville Treatment Center

Southeastern Recovery Alternatives

Lumberton Treatment Center

  • 2200 Clybourn Church Road Lumberton, NC. 28360
  • 910-739-9160

Synergy Recovery Inc

Sandhills Behavioral Center Inc

  • 402 Harris Avenue Raeford, NC. 28376
  • 910-848-1638

Nash General Hospital

Sanford Treatment Center LLC

Bobby P Kearney MD PLCC

George J Scontsas MD

Wilmington Treatment Center

New Hanover Metro Treatment Center

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