North Carolina Drug Rehab

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    Ivy House Center for Self Sufficiency

    8 West 3rd Street, Suite 30-D
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Day Treatment-Limited Hospitalization
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Community Alternatives Inc DBA Community Choices/WISH

    725 North Highland Avenue,
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Day Treatment-Limited Hospitalization
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
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    Daymark Recovery Services Forsyth Center/Subst Abuse Servs

    725 North Highland Avenue,
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
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    Insight Human Services

    665 West 4th Street,
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Methadone Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
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    Twin City Counseling Center

    523 Summit Street,
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Self Pay
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    Vision Behavioral Health Services

    100 South Marshall Street, Suite 1
    Winston-Salem , 27101

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Uplift Comprehensive Services

    312 Sterlingworth Street,
    Windsor , 27983

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Alternative Care Treatment Systems

    608 West Nash Street,
    Wilson , 27896

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Nia Children and Family Services

    504 East Green Street,
    Wilson , 27893

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Verma M Krishna DBA Psychological Medicine Clinic

    1810 Westwood Avenue,
    Wilson , 27893

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Languages Spoken:
    • Hindi
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Your Treatment Options + State Drug Abuse Facts

Introduction

Drug addiction affects many aspects of an individual’s life, including work and family, and it also comes with the risk of a potential overdose. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, North Carolina had significant increases in fatal drug overdoses from 2014 to 2015, which was mainly due to the overuse of opioids. North Carolina residents with a drug problem can lower their risk of an overdose and work on overcoming addiction with the right treatment. The typical treatment process includes detox for those going through withdrawal and rehab, which involves individuals, group or family therapy. Many places also offer ongoing support to help individuals during and after recovery.

Type & Length of Care:

Long-Term Treatment Programs (90-Day)

Long-term drug treatment programs provide individuals with help and support for a 90-day period. This type of program benefits those who have ended up having a relapse after going through drug treatment. It is also beneficial for those who are struggling with a long-term addiction or a severe one. Long-term treatment programs offer more time for individuals to adapt to sober living.

Short Term Treatment Programs (28/30 day)

Short-term treatment programs offer detox, counseling and other support for a 28-day or 30-day period. This type of program provides a treatment option for those who aren’t ready to make a more long-term commitment that a 90-day program requires. Short-term treatment programs often require individuals to stay at the facility for the entire 28 or 30 days. This helps ensure that these individuals have around-the-clock access to support and services for drug addiction.

Outpatient/Inpatient

During outpatient drug treatment programs, individuals come to facilities for counseling and support, then return home afterwards. During inpatient drug treatment programs, individuals stay at facilities and have access to care and support at all times. Inpatient programs are beneficial for those who have a severe addiction or those who have a higher risk of relapse, such as those with an addiction that has lasted for years. Outpatient programs are beneficial for those who want treatment that causes minimal disruption to their lives. 

Residential Treatment Services:

Detox

Depending on the type of drug used, withdrawal can cause serious symptoms and cause individuals to be a danger to themselves or others. Detox programs provide those who have a drug addiction with a safe place to go through withdrawal under medical supervision. Some detox programs, such as opioid detox, involve giving individuals a medication that helps their body cope with opioid withdrawal symptoms. Others provide care for psychological effects of withdrawal from cocaine and other drugs. 

Sober-living House

Sober-living houses offer a place for individuals to stay while they recover from drug addiction. These places typically do not provide rehab services, but they do give individuals more freedom. Those who stay in these group homes should keep in mind that they are expected to follow the rules, contribute by doing chores and remain sober for the duration of their stay.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis treatment programs are intended for those who have a drug problem and a mental health disorder. Providing treatment for both conditions helps improve the chance of making a full recovery and lowers the risk of a relapse. Treatment programs for dual diagnosis include individual psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, integrated group therapy and dialectic behavioral therapy. In some cases, antidepressants or other medications are used in combination with therapy.  

Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs

The most commonly abused and treated drugs in North Carolina are prescription opioids or painkillers. Those who abuse these often become addicted after taking these medications for pain relief. Other commonly abused drugs in the state include heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. 

Conclusion

Admitting the need for help is the first step in overcoming addiction. With the support and services from a drug treatment program, those in North Carolina who struggle with drug abuse can get the help they need in a safe environment.


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