North Carolina Rehabs
North Carolina is located on the Atlantic Ocean and its capital city is Raleigh. North Carolina has a population of 10.49 million and it is estimated to keep growing. According to North Carolina’s Alcoholics Anonymous website, 457,000 people living in North Carolina had an alcohol addiction in the past year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that in 2011, over 15% of adults in North Carolina reported binge drinking, and 17% of high school students reported binge drinking. The 3rd leading cause of preventable death in North Carolina is excessive drinking, and some studies show that this trend is only increasing. In 2017, about 4,000 people died from alcohol related causes, including both short- and long-term effects. Long-term alcohol use can cause serious damage to organs and can also worsen mental health disorders. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers located in North Carolina can create a treatment plan based on an individual’s history and goals. There are many options to choose from, such as inpatient and outpatient rehab. Explore treatment centers across North Carolina here.
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). Prevention Status Report. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://www.cdc.gov/psr/2013/alcohol/2013/NC-alcohol.pdf
AA Carolina. Alcohol Addiction or Alcohol Abuse in North Carolina Over a One Year Period. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://www.aa-carolina.org/alcohol-abuse_nc-sc.html
NCDHHS. (2019). New Data Dashboard Illustrates State, County Impacts of Excessive Alcohol Use in North Carolina. Retrieved January 11, 2021 at https://www.ncdhhs.gov/news/press-releases/new-data-dashboard-illustrates-state-county-impacts-excessive-alcohol-use-north