North Carolina has more than 435 drug and alcohol rehabs in all, though of course most of them are not inpatient centers. There are about 70 non-hospital residential facilities and another 25 or so inpatient hospital programs. Some of the centers in these categories also offer various forms of detox.

We are here to help people in North Carolina find the resources they need to start on the path toward successful recovery. Check out the listings for recovery support at the bottom of the page, browse treatment facility listings by city or contact us for assistance in finding a successful inpatient drug rehab.

North Carolina Addiction Treatment Information

There were 3,456 people in North Carolina who were enrolled in substance use treatment on a single day, which was an increase from just 1,548 only a few years earlier. This is still a surprisingly low number compared to how many people in the state are in need of help and how many reported rehabs are in operation.

North Carolina treatment enrollments

Among the people in North Carolina enrolled in substance use treatment, 43.9% were in treatment for a drug problem only, 16.3% were in treatment for an alcohol problem only, and 39.8% were in treatment for problems with both drugs and alcohol.

North Carolina rehab percentages

In North Carolina, nearly 400,000 people per year aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused alcohol within the previous year. About bout 220,000 people in the state were dependent on or abused illicit drugs during the same time period.

In North Carolina, about 380,000 people reported heavy alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed, and only a small percentage participated in an alcohol treatment prgoram. About 35,000 people per with alcohol dependence or abuse received treatment for their alcohol use within the previous year.

In a single-day count in 2012, 10,279 persons in North Carolina were receiving methadone as part of their substance use treatment, and 1,925 were receiving buprenorphine. Both of these numbers represent significant increases compared to five years earlier, and indicate the level of opiate addiction present in the state.

About 24,000 people in North Carolina per year received treatment for their illicit drug use within the year prior to being surveyed.

North Carolina Drug Rehabs by City

North Carolina Recovery Resources

– Autonomy Zonal Forum Website http://www.cprna.org/azf/
– Carolina Region http://crna.org
– North Carolina Region http://www.ncregion-na.org
– Tar Roanoke Area (Macon, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Wilson) http://tarroanokeareana.org/
– Central Atlantic Region Phone: 800.777-1515 http://www.car-na.org
– Down East Area (Greenville) Phone: 866.321-1631 http://www.dea-na.org
– Twin City Area (Greater Winston-Salem) Phone: 800.365-1035 http://www.tcana.org
– Greensboro Area (High Point, Thomasville, Burlington, Graham) Phone: 866.375-1272 http://www.greensborona.org
– Greater Charlotte Area Phone: 980.200-9349 http://www.charlotte-na.org
– Southern Foothills Area (Greater Gastonia) Phone: 866.997-9559 http://www.sfana.com
– Western NC Area (Greater Asheville) Phone: 866.925-2148 http://wncna.org
– North Carolina Mountain Area (Swain, Buncombe, Haywood Counties) Phone: 888.764-0365
– Coastal Carolina Area (Burgaw, Clinton, Jacksonville, E Arcadia, Oak Isl, Warsaw, Swansboro, Wilm) Phone: 800.691-5427 http://www.coastalcarolinaarea.org
– Capital Area (Greater Raleigh) Phone: 877.590-6262 http://www.capitalareancna.com
– Our Primary Purpose Area (Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough, Pittsboro) Phone: 919.831-5587 http://www.oppareanc.com

North Carolina State Agency Resources

NC Department of Health and Human Services
325 North Salisbury Street
Suite 679-C
Raleigh, NC 27699-3007
Phone Number: (919)-733-4670
Fax Number: (919)-733-4556
http://www.ncdhhs.gov/mhddsas/