North Carolina

North Carolina drug treatment facilities include over 70 in the area surrounding Raleigh, North Carolina.

The North Carolina Behavioral Health treatment facility offers alcohol rehab and drug rehab on an outpatient or a partial hospitalization/day treatment basis. They provide special groups at their rehab facilities for DUI/DWI offenders and criminal justice clients.

Southlight, Inc. by Lifeplus is an alcohol rehab and drug rehab program/halfway house offering both residential long-term addiction recovery as well as outpatient treatment program. The treatment facility provides special programs for persons with a dual diagnosis, pregnant and postpartum women, and criminal justice clients.

Arbor Counseling is a drug rehab and alcohol rehab facility with an outpatient treatment program. They offer special alcohol treatment for DUI/DWI offenders on a sliding fee scale in their alcohol rehab program.

The Wake County Larry B. Zieverink Alcoholism Treatment Center specializes in addiction recovery, detoxification and alcoholism intervention. The provide several treatment programs, including hospital inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization/day treatment. Their alcohol rehabilitation also helps those with a dual diagnosis for mental health services.

Holy Hill Hospital offers a drug treatment center in a hospital inpatient program. Their focus is on detoxification in their treatment facility. They have special groups for adolescents, persons with a dual diagnosis, and accept a variety of payment options.

For treatment facilities in the Charlotte, North Carolina area, the Davis and Davis New Beginnings treatment program offers drug rehab and alcohol rehab in residential short-term or residential long-term programs. They have special programs for adolescents and clients with a dual diagnosis for mental health issues at their treatment facility.

Horizons Outpatient Services is an addiction treatment facility with programs in drug treatment and alcohol treatment. They offer drug intervention for buprenorphine in particular, and detoxification services in general. They are an outpatient facility with special programs for pregnant/postpartum women, DUI/DWI offenders and women in their treatment program. They accept self-payment, Medicaid or private health insurance to pay for their rehab facilities.

The McLeod Addictive Disease Center offers drug treatment and alcohol treatment in a variety of programs. Their intervention programs include residential short-term, outpatient and partial hospitalization with day treatment options.