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Raleigh, North Carolina Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking or drug abuse problem in Raleigh, NC, Rehabs.com provides a comprehensive online database of exclusive exclusive facilities, as well as a host of other alternatives. We can assist you in finding drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers for a [\$_variety_of_addictions] to illicit drug], [ST. Search for a highly-rated rehabilitation center in Raleigh now, and set out on the path to sober living.

Looking for Outpatient Treatment Centers in North Carolina? Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

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JourneyPure - Knoxville
Knoxville, Tennessee 296 Miles from Raleigh, NC
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Pathways Recovery Residential Mens Rehab Center
Roseville, California 2330 Miles from Raleigh, NC

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Raleigh, NC

Serenity Lane

It was Convienent Price was high. It helped a friend with a long time alcohol problem get through this and get his life back on track
4.3 out of 5

Union Gospel Mission

It was good.
4.2 out of 5

Discovery Point Retreat

They Accomadated every need for My Son from Day he made his decision to seek help. He flew to Texas and was picked up at the airport by staff. I was allowed to see him the very next day, visitation were just about over but they let us have a visit anyways. Rooms are spacious and may not be a facility as someone stated but the House is Large,spacious, clean, and just has that home,secure, quiet, inviting feel. The are is perfect quiet and serene. Therapy and couseling on site my son loved everything about the way the had control of everything that was in his best interest. The staff, The Chef, The People i always knew how his progress was coming along and even included in therapy sessions. My son understand about addiction,the triggers,the control and the reason and maintains his sobriety, contact with others that were also in treatment with him, He considers all of them as family. Everyone there made him feel so comfortable, important and loved. At check out it took us all day for him to get everything together because he was truly going to miss Everything and Everyone, ( The Food) The outings, The Therapy, The couseling . The Owners, Management, The Staff I commend on The excellent job they are doing The are all Truly a Blessing. Strengths: Their knowledge in all areas of helping everyone. Knowing exactly what each persons individual needs are from The addiction ,the emotional, therapeutic, dietary. Weakness: Sober Living facility. I think my son was probably sent to the worst one. Was told he had to have a job within 2 weeks or going to be kicked out while another individual was there before him, still there and still unemployed. My son working 3rd shift going to sleep at 6 a.m. was woken up anyways for meditation at 7 even though he just worked at 12 hour shifts ( inconsiderate) people were eating his groceries. And managers of the house had dogs and dog hair everywhere and were offended that he mention about the dogs being all over furniture. Cardinal House of Dalls/Garland definitely Not recommended and was really in awe that Discovery Point Retreat would even be affiliated with a place like that. That would be the only negative on them with me.
4.7 out of 5
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Meet the Pros

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Matt Ganem

Executive Director Banyan Treatment Center - Wilmington

Matt Ganem is a poet and the author of “The Shadow of an Addict.” Matt also hosts Banyan Recovery Radio and speaks to different schools, recovery programs and community forums on addiction. He is a huge voice for recovery not only in his hometown of Massachusetts, but nationwide. Oxycontin which eventually led to Heroin addiction brought him to rock bottom at the age of 21. He was able to turn his life around and now tries to provide hope and strength to those still sick and struggling with substance abuse. Matt works relentlessly to help others escape the grasp of addiction by shining a positive light on recovery. He does this by speaking at schools and community events for prevention education. His work was recognized by Massachusetts Organization of Addiction and Recovery and Matt was selected to be Massachusetts Recovery Advocate of the Year in 2015. Matt Ganem a father of two beautiful children Christian and Payton and has been clean and sober for over 9 years.

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Karen Vernon-Thompson, LICSW, CADC-II, LADC-I

Clinician Recovering Champions

Karen has more than 25 years of supervisory experience managing detox, CSS, and transitional support services at local inpatient treatment facilities. An advocate of — and a participant in — the 12-step program, Karen has a special insight that informs her clinical practice.

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Heidi Ginter, MD, FASAM

Chief Medical Officer Recovery Centers of America at Westminster

Dr. Ginter has nearly two decades of experience working in the addiction treatment field and is a prominent voice in medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT, the use of FDA-approved medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, is widely considered to be an effective tool in battling addiction to opioids and other drugs. Dr. Ginter graduated from Yale University and earned her doctorate at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She has lectured extensively on MAT and opioid dependence. Dr. Ginter started her career as a family doctor for underserved populations and eventually found a passion for helping pregnant women struggling with addiction. Most recently, she was the Regional Medical Director and Chief Medical Officer for an outpatient addiction treatment provider with 16 sites in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Connecticut.

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Treatment Facts

Treatment Facts

  • North Carolina ranks 15th in treatment centers servicing/accepting members of military families per 100,000 residents. Connecticut is just 1 spot better, ranked 14 out of the United States. Montana is ranked one spot worse at spot 16.
  • When adjusted for population, North Carolina ranks 17th in treatment centers servicing/accepting persons with HIV or AIDS. West Virginia is just 1 spot better, ranked 16 out of the United States. One spot worse is New York, ranked 18 in the U.S.
  • For no payment accepted clients, North Carolina ranks 18th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Louisiana is ranked slightly better, ranked 17. Georgia is just 1 spot worse, ranked 19 out of the United States.
  • North Carolina is 18th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting active duty military. Connecticut is just 1 spot better, ranked 17 out of the United States. One spot worse is Rhode Island, ranked 19 in the U.S.
  • North Carolina ranks 19th in treatment centers servicing/accepting veterans per 100,000 residents. One spot better is New Jersey, ranked 18 in the U.S. Kansas is just 1 spot worse, ranked 20 out of the United States.

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Locating Raleigh Rehabilitation Centers
Watching someone you love struggle with an addiction to drugs or alcohol is never easy. It’s possible that you’ve tried to help, in the past, by suggesting that the person enroll in a Raleigh drug treatment program. If the person refused to go, don’t be discouraged. Addictions can make it hard for people to think clearly and to make good decisions about the future. While the person you love might desperately want to get better, the person might also have a touch of denial about what Raleigh drug rehab centers are like, and what they can do.

By learning a bit more about available programs, and perhaps even choosing a program that could help the person to get better, you might be able to convince them to enroll during your next talk.

Benefits of Going to a Rehab Clinic

Many people believe that rehab facilities focus exclusively on helping people get sober by punishing them or shaming them into changing their lives. While this might have been the model facilities used in the 1940s and 1950s, this is certainly not the way that modern facilities work. In fact, most rehabilitation clinics employ an educational model that is designed to help addicts learn more about addiction, and what they can do to overcome it.

Medications might play a role for some people, but most people benefit from the group meetings, counseling sessions and emotional support they receive in rehab centers. The work is hard, to be sure, but it’s far from punishing.

Rehab facilities might also encourage people to change things about their lives that might not directly be caused by their drug or alcohol addictions. For example, a study presented, in part, at the Fourth National Conference on Nicotine Dependence in Raleigh in 1991 found that 66 percent of people who enter programs for drugs or alcohol are also heavy smokers. While smoking isn’t attached to drug or alcohol abuse, the same techniques used to conquer those addictions might also be used to help people beat a nicotine addiction.

Good Terms to Use

To reach the person you love, it’s best to use supportive language that doesn’t belittle or shame the addict. These are good conversation starters that might help you get off on the right foot:

  • I care about you, and I’m worried about your drug use.
  • I love you, but I hate the way alcohol seems to change you.
  • I want to help you to get better.
  • This might be hard to hear, but I care about you and I think it’s important to be honest with you about addiction.

Seeking Recovery in Raleigh

It’s likely that you know quite a bit about the person’s addiction history. If so, you’re in a great place to conduct a search of Raleigh addiction treatment programs that can help. You’ll know just what sort of program the person might accept, and you might even know what sorts of plans your insurance company will pay for.

Call us to get started on your search for the right kind of program to help your loved one.