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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. Search for a highly-rated rehab program in Raleigh now, and launch 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.

Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Raleigh, NC

First Step Services LLC
Raleigh, North Carolina
3.2 out of 5
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Healing Transitions - Men's Campus
Raleigh, North Carolina
3.6 out of 5
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Healing Transitions - Women's Campus
Raleigh, North Carolina
3.6 out of 5
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Holly Hill Hospital
Raleigh, North Carolina
2.1 out of 5
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Summers Tammy
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Richey- Pamela F. M.S.
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Craige Heather MSW Ccsw
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Ellis Michael
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Van Wagner Charles LMFT
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Bara Marilyn Msw LCSW
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Blue Ridge Psychology
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Daniel Sheryll PhD
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Decker L Lea Ccsw
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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North Carolina Behavioral Health
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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BJM Speech Languauge Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Courtney Mary Lynne Phd PC
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Margolin Ronni PhD
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Dr Ann Penick
Raleigh, North Carolina No reviews at this time
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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Raleigh, NC

Fellowship Health Resources- North Carolina

Very personable. Very great staff
4.3 out of 5

UNC Health Care Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Unit at WakeBrook

THE EMERGENCY ROOM WAITING AREA FOR ADMISSION NEEDS TO BE CLEANED AND SANTIZED. IT IS UNACCEPTABLE. THE ENTIRE PROCESS OF SEEING A DOCTOR TOOK 40 HOURS DURING THIS TIME YOU HAVE TO WAIT IN A CHAIR IF YOU ARE NOT LUCKY ENOUGHT TO BE ASSIGNED TO A BED. UNC IS ONE OF THE ONLY HEALTHCARE FACILITIES THAT CAN ASSESS FOR THE MENTALLY ILL TO BE ADMITTED SINCE INSURANCE HAS CLOSED MOST OF THE FACILITIES. THEY DO THE BEST THEY CAN DO UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES. WE NEED TO FIGHT FOR FUNDING ON MENTAL HEALTH. CHILDREN ARE AROUND FULL BLOWN ADDICTS DURING THE ADMISSION PROCESS. ALTHOUGH STAFF TRY TO LIMIT WHAT THEY SEE. AFTER THE 2 DAY WAIT IF THERE IS A BED YOU MAY END UP AT UNC IF YOU ARE LUCKY OR YOU WILL HAVE TO GO SOMEPLACE ELSE WITHIN THE STATE THAT IS FAR FROM YOUR HOME. IF YOU HAVE A CHILD YOU WILL HAVE VISIT YOU CHILD LONG DISTANCE. THERE WERE NO FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS. I WAS INVITED TO A GROUP BUT IT WAS OPEN WITH OTHER CHILDREN. DURING ADMISSION YOUR KID MAY END UP IN A REAL PADDED ROOM WITH A TV BEHIND A SCREEN AND CLOSE QUARTERS. THEY ARE MONITORED BY ROOM CAMERA BEFORE THEY ARE ALLOWED TO BE ADMITTED ON THE CHILDRENS FLOOR. AFTER YOU GET ADMITTED ON THE FLOOR IS WHEN TREATMENT FINALLY BEGINS. WHICH IS ALMOST A WEEK AFTER YOU WENT TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM TO SEEK HELP. THEY WILL BE SHIFTED FROM BED TO BED AS STAFF SEES FIT. NO ONE IS IN THE SAME BEDROOM FOR MORE THAN 2 DAYS. MEALS THEY SELECT WHICH I THOUGHT WAS TOO MUCH BURGERS AND FRIES. THE NURSING STAFF IS EXCELLENT AND THE ATTENTION AND DEDICATION TO THE PROGRAM IS AWESOME. THEY HAVE A SCHEDULE THEY FOLLOW WITH TREATMENT OF SELF ESTEEM BUILDING. THERAPY. TALKING WITH THE DOCTOR. GAMES. ETC. MY SON WAS GLAD TO COME HOME BUT ENJOYED HIS TIME THERE. HE SAID HE GOT A LOT OUT OF THE PROGRAM. THE DOCTOR CALLS TO KEEP IN CONTACT AND TO KEEP YOU INFORMED. MY SON SAW THE DOCTOR EVERYDAY. SOMETIMES SEVERAL TIMES A DAY. THEY ALSO REFERRED HIM TO OTHER CLINICS HE NEEDED. DISCHARGE THEY MAKE SURE YOU HAVE FOLLOW UP. THE SOCIAL WORKER IS ACCOMODATING. SHE WORKS HARD TO KEEP YOU INFORMED AND TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND DISCHARG. NURSES ALSO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND TO FOLLOW UP. THE TREATED THE CHILDREN EXCELLENT. I JUST FOUND THE ADMISSION PROCESS TO BE GRUELING AND THE OBSERVATION PROCESS TO STRESSFUL BECAUSE IT SEEMS YOU GET SUFFLED FROM ONE EXTREME TO THE NEXT WHEN YOU HAVE A MENTALLY ILL SICK CHILD TO CARE FOR IN A STRESSFUL SETTING. ONCE YOUR CHILD COMES AND IS MENTALLY ILL THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO GO HOME. UNC IS UNDER STRESS BECAUSE THEY AND ONLY A FEW HOSPITALS ACROSS THE STATE CAN ADMIT PATIENTS FOR REHAB CARE. THEY HAVE FEW DOCTORS WORKING. NOT SURE IF IT FOR BUDGET REASONG OR WHAT. HOPE THIS HELPS.
3.8 out of 5

Healing Transitions

It is free to attend, and gives you an opportunity to change your life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5 out of 5
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Jessica Kitchin

Clinical Program Manager/Primary Therapist Recovery Institute of Ohio

My name is Jessica Kitchin and I am currently the Clinical Program Manager/Primary Therapist at Recovery Institute of Ohio. In August of 2018, I graduated with my Master’s Degree in Addiction Counseling. I also have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. Obtaining these degrees and progressing in my life was always part of my plan as a child; however, when I started drinking regularly by the age of 12 and using drugs at the age of 16, I didn’t think my life was going to end up the way it has. Even though I attended college for education, I found myself drinking and heavily using drugs, until I dropped out with one semester left. My addiction completely controlled my life.

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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.