North Carolina Rehabs
Home to the world’s first flight when the Wright brothers completed the first controlled powered flight, North Carolina has hints of history all over the state, such as at the Wright Brothers National Memorial and Biltmore Estate. In 2017, there were 207,000 cases of substance abuse disorders in North Carolina, and 1,953 people died from an Opioid overdose in the state in the same year. From 1999 to 2016, over 12,000 people in North Carolina died from an Opioid-related overdose, and in 2018, 79% of the drug overdose deaths that occurred involved Opioids. There are treatment centers in North Carolina that can offer care for those addicted to Opioids, alcohol, or other drugs. Treatment professionals will help create a plan for the patient based on their needs and goals. Discover your local rehab options in North Carolina.
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