North Carolina Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment
There are many drug and alcohol rehab facilities in North Carolina and many are excellent treatment centers. However, we have discovered that not only does reaching out across state borders help find you the perfect fit, it also helps increase your chance of remaining sober once you are out of treatment. We deal with many different types of treatment programs to help fit your needs, such as 12 Step programs, Holistic programs, Christian-based programs, and more. Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation service can help you analyze your treatment center options and find treatment in North Carolina or elsewhere.
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In North Carolina in 2003, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported that 56% of people 18-25 years of age and 41% of people 26 years old and older admitted to drinking alcohol in the previous month. In the same survey, more than 19% admitted to binge drinking.
As in many other states, marijuana is the most abused drug in North Carolina. Local crops, as well as marijuana brought in from Mexico, seem to be the prime source of distribution. Many people do not think that marijuana is a dangerous drug and do not think it should be illegal. But most hard drug addicts admit that they began their experimentation with marijuana thereby making it the first stepping stone to more dangerous and more addictive drugs.
Both cocaine in powder form and crack cocaine are easily available in the state, but methamphetamine use is a growing threat. It has become more available and cheaper and is replacing crack cocaine with many users. Methamphetamine in prolonged use can cause permanent brain damage and it is important to get into treatment as soon as possible.
Although most heroin users in North Carolina are chronic and older abusers who inject the drug, a younger group has begun to abuse the drug. The abuse of prescription drugs such as Oxycontin is a growing problem. Heroin and prescription drugs are opiates and as such, an addict needs to have a medically supervised detox before going into treatment. While some facilities have a detox program on the premises, most do not. Sober Solutions can help you to coordinate all the aspects of treatment to help make sure that you receive the safest and most effective program that is available.
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