Drug Rehabs in Charlotte, NC

The largest city in North Carolina, Charlotte has been hit hard by the Opioid crisis. Like many metropolitan cities, it has seen a spike in drug-related deaths and hospitalizations in recent years; drug and alcohol rehabs can help those struggling with addiction.

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Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina. Due to its metropolitan status, and its popularity as a commercial hub, it attracts a lot of people. Sadly, where there are large groups of people, there is also a spike in illicit drugs. Fortunately enough, both inpatient and outpatient treatment centers exist in and around the area to meet the growing need.

The Opioid Epidemic In Charlotte

Percentages can be deceiving. Charlotte’s death rate from Opioids has ranked at “only” eighth in the state. However, due to its high population, it actually regularly has the highest number of deaths every month. Mecklenburg County, which contains Charlotte, has seen a growing number of deaths year after year.

Nearly half of overdose deaths have been from prescription Opioids. While there were twice as many deaths from prescription drugs as Heroin, the number of deaths from prescription Opioids have remained fairly consistent, whereas Heroin deaths have seen a spike.

Alcoholism In Charlotte

Alcoholism has taken thousands of lives in the Charlotte area. Across North Carolina, there were over 11,000 car crashes that involved the influence of alcohol. Of those, at least 372 of them resulted in at least 1 fatality. On average, 41% of fatal car crashes in Mecklenburg County have been alcohol-related, well above a 30% average seen across the state.

Many don’t view the repercussions of alcohol as something they need to worry about. Despite it being legal, however, it can lead to more addictions, injuries, and deaths than any other substance.

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Charlotte Addiction Statistics

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Mecklenburg County overdose fatalities increased 32% after the COVID-19 crisis began.


23

deaths

Within the first 44 days of 2018, 23 died in fatal car crashed involving alcohol.


160

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There were just under 160 overdose-related service calls per month in 2021.

Other Drugs In Charlotte

Although the Opioid crisis has taken over the headlines, and alcohol causes more addictions in Charlotte than any other substance, other drugs (like Cocaine and Meth) remain a major problem.

Synthetic Marijuana has also started striking at the country in many areas, such as Charlotte. In North Carolina, people have been hospitalized and have even died after smoking Synthetic Marijuana. The drug, a plant material coated in various chemicals, finds its way onto shelves of local smoke shops by being labeled as “not for human consumption.”

Recovery In Charlotte

Many people suffering from addiction want to look for recovery clinics near them. Depending on the level of treatment, they can still maintain a sense of normalcy in their lives. Working through a regular or Intensive Outpatient Program means they can still keep their job and stay in their own home. Some, however, prefer to fully remove themselves from their environment.

Knowing where you can go to get your drug of choice is often too much temptation for many in rehabilitation.  That’s why out-of-state recovery has grown in popularity. Looking for a new environment, with different weather, and surrounded by different scenery, can be a strong stimulus in getting clean. If you or a loved one is battling addiction, there is help available. Contact a treatment provider to discuss nearby treatment options.

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  • Jeffrey Juergens earned his Bachelor’s and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. Jeffrey’s desire to help others led him to focus on economic and social development and policy making. After graduation, he decided to pursue his passion of writing and editing. Jeffrey’s mission is to educate and inform the public on addiction issues and help those in need of treatment find the best option for them.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Sunrise Group 3815 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28206
980-200-9349
Carolina Regional Service Office 2140 Carolina Place Dr
Fort Mill, SC 29708
866-720-2776
Keep It Simple Area P.O.Box 138
Rocky Hill, N.J. 08853

College Programs

Health & Counseling Services

Johnson & Wales University-Charlotte

801 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Services

Johnson C Smith University

100 Beatties Ford Rd
Charlotte, NC 28216

Health & Wellness Center

Queens University of Charlotte

1900 Selwyn Ave
Charlotte, NC 28274

Substance Abuse Program

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223

Counseling Services

Belmont Abbey College

100 Belmont-Mt. Holly Road
Belmont, NC 28012

Student Counseling Services

Wingate University

13024 Ballantyne Corporate Place Suite 150 Charlotte
NC 28277

Student Counseling Center (SCC)

Davidson College

405 N Main St
Davidson, NC 2803

Counseling and Career Development Center

Gaston College

201 Highway 321 South
Dallas, NC 28034-1499

Health and Counseling Services

Winthrop University

701 Oakland Avenue
Rock Hill, SC 29733

AA and NA Meetings in Charlotte

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Metrolina Intergroup Association 1427 South Boulevard, Suite 106, Charlotte, NC 28203 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rise and Shine Group 916 MORETZ AVE, Charlotte, NC 28206 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Monday: 7:30 am - 9:00 am, Tuesday: 7:30 am - 9:00 am, Wednesday: 7:30 am - 9:00 am, Thursday: 7:30 am - 9:00 am, Friday: 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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