4 Drug Rehab Centers in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Because it is a college town, Chapel Hill has a significant need for drug treatment. Luckily, it has a number of addiction treatment centers that provide care and support.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Chapel Hill offers residents a wide-range of treatment programs, from inpatient treatment to detox services, outpatient counseling, and more.

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Substance Abuse In Chapel Hill & Orange/Durham/Chatham Counties, North Carolina

Chapel Hill and the surrounding communities continue to struggle with addiction. Substance use facts from Chapel Hill and North Carolina include:

  • It’s estimated 8-10 percent of the student body at UNC, or 1,500 to 1,800 students each year, are at risk of developing addiction.
  • In North Carolina, around 700,000 people are believed to struggle with substance abuse.
  • Chapel Hill participates in syringe exchange programs to reduce the spread of disease.

Although these facts are troubling, Chapel Hill has a variety of treatment options. To learn more about rehab, contact RehabCenter.net and touch base with a treatment specialist.

Daily Tar Heel - https://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2018/09/column-0827

NC Department of Health and Human Services - https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/north-carolina-safer-syringe-initiative/syringe-exchange-programs-north

North Carolina Medical Journal - http://www.nationaltasc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Substance-Abuse-in-North-Carolina-North-Carolina-Medical-Journal.pdf

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