North Carolina Drug Rehabs

North Carolina drug rehabThere are approximately 25,000 admissions to drug and alcohol rehabs in North Carolina each year, but unfortunately most of the programs have limited success and the relapse rate is pretty high.

With around 209,000 North Carolina citizens reporting illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year, it is clear that not only is there a large gap between those who need addiction treatment and those who receive it, there is also the necessity of finding drug rehab programs that actually work.

We can assist you in locating effective services for someone from North Carolina including long term residential rehab programs, addiction treatment facilities and detoxification centers.

Fill out the form below or call us toll-free at 1-877-920-2533 for help finding a successful rehabilitation center for someone from North Carolina.

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Over the past several years, North Carolina has experienced a significant increase in drug-trafficking activity. This increased activity is due in part to an unprecedented influx of foreign nationals into the state and, secondarily, to the network of U.S. Interstate highways connecting North Carolina to northern Georgia and elsewhere along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard. North Carolina has one of the fastest growing populations: It is currently the 10 th most populated state in the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau had estimated the population at nearly 9.1 million during 2007 and projected that by 2025 the state will have 11.4 million residents, ranking it as the 8 th largest state in the nation. One of the factors fueling the population growth is the especially high rate of migration of Spanish-speaking, specifically Mexican, nationals to the state. The Mexican population had traditionally been a migrant population that worked in the agriculture-based industries, but now is a permanent segment of the population, capitalizing on the many job opportunities available in the state. Though most immigrants themselves are not involved in drug trafficking, their presence allows Mexican drug-trafficking organizations (DTOs) to conceal their activities within immigrant communities in numerous North Carolina counties, frequently conducting local parceling to mid-level Caucasian and African-American distributors as well as to out-of-state distributors. Mexican DTOs most commonly transport and distribute cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and heroin.

North Carolina DEA Offices & Contact Numbers:
Charlotte: 704-770-2050
Greensboro: 336-547-4210
Raleigh: 919-790-3004
Wilmington: 910-815-4513

The number of meth lab seizure incidents in the state of North Carolina increased 32%, from 153 incidents in 2007 to 202 incidents in 2009. Approximately 8 percent of North Carolina residents reported past-month use of illicit drugs, which is about 500,000 people over the age of 12. The rate of drug-induced deaths in North Carolina is similar to the national average. Marijuana is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in North Carolina.

Contact us today to find out more information about successful drug rehabs in North Carolina or to find help for someone in the state.