Alcohol Rehab and Drug Treatment Facility
Call us in Greensboro, NC (336) 612-1975
At our Drug Treatment Facility we are dedicated in helping you or your loved ones. We feel very strongly about helping people overcome their drug or alcohol addictions in a safe, medically supervised and supportive environment. Our primary job is to help you get sober and stay sober restoring your hope in yourself and your future. We are different than all the other drug treatment centers. All in one location we offer a complete range of Alcohol Rehab/Detox and Drug Rehab/Detox services, to ensure your complete healing and recovery:
- Medical Alcohol and Drug Detox
- Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab
- A Treatment Center for Dual Diagnosis
- PHP Program
- IOP Program
Greensboro is the third largest city by population in North Carolina. It is the largest city in Guilford County and has an estimated population of 260,083. The city of Greensboro is located at the intersection of I-85 and I-40, two major highways, in the Piedmont region of central North Carolina.
Greensboro is part of a growing area in North Carolina called the Triad. The Triad includes Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem and has a combined population of more than a million people. Today, Greensboro is a popular destination for businesses seeking to relocate. In 2004, Greensboro was made a member of the Clean Cities Hall of Fame.
Greensboro is famous for being the site of the first sit-in at a lunch counter at Woolworth s. These protests were the start of the civil rights movement and the original location is now home to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, which opened on the sit-in s 50th anniversary in February of 2010.
In 2007, Yvonne Johnson was elected to be Greensboro s first African-American mayor. Unfortunately, Greensboro has levels of crime higher than the national average and the city is ranked 75th out of 393 cities in the United States for crime statistics. This has only contributed to the increase in drug trafficking in the state.
North Carolina has had a marked increase in drug trafficking in the past decade. North Carolina has a large rural area, as well as a large migrant population and mountainous areas, all of which contribute to the increase. Heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana are all available in North Carolina. As a result, law enforcement is working hard to control the drug trafficking and addiction problems.
Cocaine is shipped from northeastern North Carolina into Pennsylvania and Virginia. Despite this, cocaine addiction has stayed static for the past ten years in North Carolina. In the past twenty years, heroin use has decreased, though use of the drug is still popular in the cities.
The use of methamphetamine continues to grow in North Carolina, which has contributed to an increase in crime. Marijuana is a drug readily available throughout North Carolina. As in every state in the United States, prescription drug addiction is growing at an alarming rate, creating criminal, social and economic problems.
For more information on state-funded treatment programs in North Carolina contact,
Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services
3001 Mail Service Center,
Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-3001
Albemarle Building, 325 N. Salisbury Street,
For Immediate Help Call 24/7/365 – (336) 612-1975
Servicing Guilford County in North Carolina. Payments accepted: Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Financing, Insurance, Medicare
Drug Treatment Facilities | Greensboro, NC
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