Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    Results: 7

  • ADATC (Alcohol Drug Abuse Treatment Center)
    Phone: (919) 575-7928
    Address: 1003 12th St Butner, NC 27509 view map

    ADATC ( R.J. Blackley Alcohol Drug Abuse Treatment Center) is an in-patient, 14 day substance abuse treatment facility, treating adults only....
  • Brynn Marr Hospital
    Phone: (910) 577-1900
    Address: 192 Village Drive Jacksonville, NC 28546 view map

    Brynn Marr Hospital provides psychiatric and substance abuse assessments as well as treatment....
  • Community Choices, Inc.
    Phone: 919-490-6900
    Address: 1800 Martin Luther King Jr Parkway Durham, NC 27707 view map

    Housing and substance abuse treatment for women and their children under 11....
  • Fellowship Hall
    Phone: (336) 621-3381
    Address: 5140 Dunstan Road Greensboro, NC 27405 view map

    Provides a treatment program focused on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and is a 60-bed facility treating adult men and women. It is licensed by the state of North Carolina as a Substance Abuse Specialty Hospital....
  • Mary Frances Center
    Phone: (252) 641-1111
    Address: Sorry, no address information available for this agency.

    Mary Frances Center is a Long Term Women's Substance Abuse Treatment Facility. DOC Security Level: Minimum 100 female inmates...
  • Oxford House
    Phone: 919-767-4919
    Address: 2305 Chapel Hill Rd Durham, NC 27707 view map

    Oxford House on Driver Street provides residential services to male adults who have experienced substance abuse. Residents must maintain employment while living in the homes. Locations Barnhill 919-765-5481 3519 Guest House Durham, NC 27701 Driver 919-767-4919 2305 Chapel Hill Rd Durham NC 27707 Duk...
  • Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA)
    Phone: (919) 419-1059
    Address: 1820 James Street Durham, NC 27707 view map

    TROSA is a 2 year residential program that enables substance users to be productive, recovering individuals. Each day, TROSA gives more than 500 male and female substance abusers the tools and support they need by providing counseling/mentoring, work-based vocational training, education, and continu...

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