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For People Affected by Addiction

Drug Rehab
Drug Rehabs

Community Outreach Programs, Shelters and Rehabs in North Carolina

Charlotte Emergency Housing
2410 The Plaza
Charlotte, NC 28205
Phone: (704) 335-5488
Email: info@charlotteemergencyhousing.org
Services: Charlotte Emergency Housing provides emergency residence for families with children.

Uptown Shelter
1210 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Phone: (704) 334-1545
Email: development@uptownshelter.org
Services: Uptown Shelter provides emergency housing for men, alcohol and drug recovery referrals.

Urban Ministry Center
945 North College Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Phone: (704) 347-3570
Email: jputnam@urbanministrycenter.org
Services: The Urban Ministry Center provides housing and meals to individuals and families.

Good Shepherd Center
811 Martin Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Phone: (910) 763-4424
Services: Good Shepherd Center provides emergency housing and dinner for men, women, and families with children.

Raleigh Rescue Mission
314 E. Hargett Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (919) 833-6162
Email: info@raleigh-rescue.org
Services: Raleigh Rescue Mission provides women and children with housing, meals, medical care, alcohol and drug recovery programs.

Western Carolina Rescue Mission
225 Patton Avenue
P.O. Box 909
Asheville, NC 28802
Phone: (828) 254-0428
Email: hope@wcrminc.org
Services: Western Carolina Rescue Mission supports men in a drug and alcohol recovery program and men that need emergency housing.

Guilford Interfaith Hospitality Network
P.O. Box 20227
Greensboro, NC 27420
Phone: (336) 574-0333
Email: director@GIHN@org
Services: GIHN provides housing for families for up to 6 months.

Christians United Outreach Center
135 Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27204
Phone: (336) 625-9152
Email: office@FPCAsheboro.com
Services: The Christians United Outreach Center provides emergency shelter and transitional housing for both individuals and families.

Drug rehab today is not confined to treating celebrities. People from all backgrounds can benefit from the therapy. North Carolina is not an exception to the rule as the state offers state-sponsored programs that enable participants to go through a three-step process of detoxification, drug administration and behavioral counseling. North Carolina addicts are given meds to suppress cravings and undergo cognitive behavioral counseling to prevent a future relapse. Knowing the triggers that lead to substance abuse makes following a treatment plan all the easier to do. Free addiction treatment is offered in such cities as Raleigh, Charlotte and Durham.