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The capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh’s greatest substance abuse threat to its people is alcoholism. Every year, alcohol takes more lives than all other substances combined.

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Addiction In Raleigh

The capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh’s population is second only to Charlotte. However, many of the drug issues that Raleigh faces are even greater than the larger city. Sat in the center of Wake County, Raleigh is home a majority of its population. Naturally, as with any metropolitan area, this makes it a popular places for the trade and use of illicit drugs. The opioid epidemic, though prevalent, is second to Raleigh’s most continuous danger: alcohol.

Alcoholism, A Steady Danger In Raleigh

Home to nearly half the population of Wake County, Raleigh sees its fair share of tragedy. In 2016 alone, 402 people died in car crashes that involved alcohol. This number doesn’t determine whether the individual who died was the one under the influence, or if they merely caused the accident. Either way, this number is easily avoidable. Making the choice to not drink and drive can literally save lives. If you find that you have trouble resisting the temptation of drinking and driving, or just drinking in general, then it is possible you’ve developed a dependency. If you’re afraid this is the case, but not sure what you should do, the reach out to a treatment provider immediately.

The Opioid Crisis In Raleigh

The people of North Carolina have much to endure when it comes to opioids. On average, three people in North Carolina die every day from opioids. In Wake County, 2015, 70 people died from opioids. That includes heroin, common prescriptions, and synthetic opioids. Wake County saw a greater number and percentage than those who died in Mecklenburg County, the largest population in North Carolina. By 2016, the opioid deaths in Wake County jumped to 114, primarily driven by an increase in synthetic opioids.

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In 2016, there were 114 deaths in Wake County due to opioids.

247

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In total, there were 247 drug-related deaths in Wake County in 2016.

5,745

hospitalizations

North Carolina’s DHHS reports that there were 5,745 hospitalizations across the state from opioids in 2017.

Climbing Overdose Rates In Raleigh

2016 was the first year where drug overdose was the number one cause of death in the Raleigh area, killing 11 out of every 100,000 people. The number of opioid overdoses that resulted in a visit to the ER grew by 40% the following year. On average, three people die a day in North Carolina from opioid overdose.

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Synthetic Marijuana Emerging

A crisis that has been affecting the Midwest is showing its head just outside Raleigh. In Durham County, two people have been hospitalized from synthetic marijuana that causes them to bleed out through urine, coughing, and even the eyes and ears.

Recovery In Raleigh

Seeking recovery in your city can be a difficult situation. On one hand, you’re in a community you know, surrounded by people who can support you. You can even enter an outpatient program so that you can live at home and maintain normalcy in your life. However, sometimes, recovering in the place where your addiction was born can be too much temptation. That is why so many find it helpful to travel for rehab, go through an inpatient program, and create a new support network.

If you or someone you love are suffering from addiction but don’t know where to turn, contact a treatment provider. They can answer questions, and help you find a path to long-term recovery.

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College Programs

Health & Wellness

William Peace University

15 East Peace Street
Raleigh, NC 27604

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Saint Augustine's University

1315 Oakwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27610

The Counseling Center

North Carolina State University at Raleigh

2815 Cates Avenue
Suite 2401, Campus Box 7312, Raleigh, NC 27695-7312

Counseling Center

Meredith College

3800 Hillsborough Street | Raleigh
NC 27607-5298

Wellness Services

Wake Technical Community College

9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603

Student Life

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

222 N Wingate St
Wake Forest, NC 27587

Counseling Center

North Carolina Central University

1801 Fayetteville
St.Durham, NC 27707

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Duke University

305 Towerview
Box 90955, Durham NC 27708-0955

Campus Health Services

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

320 Emergency Room Drive
CB# 7470, Chapel Hill, NC 27599

AA and NA Meetings in Raleigh

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Tri-County Intergroup Tri-County Intergroup Association of Alcoholics Anonymous, 3948 Browning Place Room, 347 Raleigh, NC 27609 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Tuesday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Wednesday: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Friday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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