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This page contains many local, regional, and some national resources that you might find helpful for yourself or someone else seeking recovery from drug addiction. 
In an emergency, the mobile crisis hotline is listed first.  Hopefully, you’ll have some time and plan for your particular recovery needs. Whether local or out of town, there is much to choose from. 
Please let us know if you don’t see what you need or if you have any questions.  910-338-3795.

Local Resources:

Mobile Crisis Hotline: 866-437-1821 24/7

The Harbor Detox 

910-632-2191 (No insurance necessary) 

Whole Family Intervention Services

Kelly Chambliss 


Triad Behavioral Resources 

David Bolton 


Momentum Recovery

Rick Barney 


New Life Launchpad


Comprehensive care, men’s and women’s halfway houses

The Harrelson Center/Help Hub  

Located at 4th and Market, great local resources under one roof.  Food, clothing, rental assistance, job training, and so much more.


Brunswick County Christian Recovery Center


Coastal Carolina NA

Heart of Wilmington (Start Recovery)

This site contains many additional local resources as part of the Heart of Wilmington

Heart of Wilmington Facebook group

Alcohols Anonymous Wilmington Intergroup

Refuge- Port City Community Church

Wilmington Treatment Center

Celebrate Recovery

Prodigal Recovery Halfway house

Resources Across North Carolina:

Durham Rescue Mission Rehab


Southeastern Carolina Crossroads Rehab

Open door: 910-549-8487

Walter B. Jones ADATC

Phone: 252-830-3426

Walter B. Jones Center is one of three state-operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers. The Walter B. Jones Center provides inpatient treatment, psychiatric stabilization, and medical detoxification for individuals with substance use and other co-occurring mental health diagnoses to prepare for ongoing community-based treatment and recovery.

Hebron Colony / Grace Home


A Christ-Centered Addiction Recovery Ministry in Boone, NC

Western Carolina Comprehensive Treatment Center

As a team of outpatient providers, Western North Carolina Comprehensive Treatment Centers supplies men and women, aged 18 and older, with medication-assisted treatment and therapeutic services for opioid addiction.

Asheville Recovery Center

ARC – Asheville Recovery Center was founded to serve the needs of clients in every aspect of their lives because we are passionate about helping people heal from addiction. With the comprehensive care we offer and the support at every step of each client’s journey, recovery is possible for anyone.

Healing Transitions

Since 2001, we’ve provided the following life-saving services to individuals in need at no cost to them.  Long-term recovery program, overnight shelter, non-medical detox, family services.

1251 Goode St – Raleigh, NC 27603


Holly Hill Hospital

Medical detox (ages 18+), Substance Abuse Recovery Program, 28-day residential program, Partial Hospitalizations Program. 

The Miriam Center

We are a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility located in Carteret County, North Carolina. We work with women that are wanting to change their lives. We believe every woman has the ability to achieve her independence from any addiction. By utilizing evidence-based clinical counseling and spiritual guidance, women can overcome their past problems and gain self-sufficiency in a unique, therapeutic environment.  We offer hope and help to the families of these women seeking a new beginning in a non-traditional setting. We offer a small, home-like environment that fosters learning in innovative ways.  Our clinicians and instructors meet women where they are and help them develop a life plan based on individual goals and needs. 

Journey Pure

Our mission is to help people become healthy and stay healthy. Patients here get evidence-based, dual-diagnosis addiction treatment and compassionate care. Our high standards attract well-known behavioral health professionals from across the country. Their commitments to ethics and patient success are backed by the highest accreditation and affiliations in the industry.

Contact Alex Menas – (919) 717 0915


Medically-monitored detox, mental health services, medication consultation, relapse prevention tools, sustained recovery skills, supportive employment resources, recreational therapy, nutritional consultation, in- house support meetings, individual counseling, continuity of care referrals, family education, and visitation.

SouthLight Healthcare

For youth, adults, and families with addiction and mental illness Mental Health Treatment, Residential Services, Pregnant and Postpartum Mothers’ Treatment, Youth Education and Prevention, Youth SA Treatment, Criminal Justice Services and – most recently – Primary Care, Crisis/Community Intervention Services and Homeless Engagement Services.

Green Hill Recovery

Recovery housing and mutual aid support for college students.


Recovery Unanimous Ministries

RU Recovery Ministries is a faith-based recovery program bringing transformation to people and communities everywhere.

R.J. Blackley Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center

R.J. Blackley is one of three state-operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATCs) specifically designed to provide inpatient treatment, psychiatric stabilization, and medical detoxification for individuals with substance use and other co-occurring mental health diagnoses to prepare for ongoing community-based treatment and recovery.

Red Oak Recovery

Red Oak Recovery® specializes in the treatment of young adults, 18 to 30. Within our gender-specific environment, guests feel safe sharing their experiences and relating to one another in a deep, authentic way.

Teen Resources

Pathways to Life – MST is multisystemic therapy for kids with behavior and legal/substance/school problems. Intensive in home, outpatient therapy, med management. Ask for Krystal via Melanie Perfetto. Selma 919-351-0428

Teen Challenge —Christian based Inpatient treatment for teens with a substance use disorder. 855-363-2334

Strategic Behavioral Health—Offers outpatient services for teens and young adults with a substance use disorder. 855-537-2262

Recovery Communities of North Carolina—A recovery center that allows individuals a safe place to hang out with others also maintaining recovery.  919-231-0248

Insight Program—Offers a variety of services to teens and families experiencing the rigors of addiction. 919-679-7577

NIDA for Teens—The National Institute on Drug Abuse’s informational site on substance use disorders and teenagers. Catered towards teens and young adults seeking recovery or helping another teen with substance use issues. 

SAMSHA Resources for Teens—Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website for teens seeking information about addiction recovery. 

Partnership for Drug Free Kids—More family oriented but still a helpful site for teens and young adults looking for education and support for initiating recovery. 

NC Outpatient Treatment Centers – Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Morse Clinics – Visits at Morse Clinic are by appointment only. To be admitted to an Opioid Treatment Program, you must be at least 18 years old and have been struggling with addiction to opioids for at least one year. Before beginning treatment at one of our outpatient facilities, you must complete our Intake Process.


Haven of Rest Counseling, PLLC – Anecia Lee – Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPCS, NCC, DCC (919) 344-0902

Johnston Counseling Services – Phone: 919.938.0921 – provides group and individual substance abuse and DWI services. If you have questions about our programs, or would like to talk with someone about how JCS can help, you can contact us

Johnston Integrative Counseling – Pam Kuras, LCSW – 919-912-5736 sudden or traumatic death; substance-related death: opioids, alcohol, etc.; suicide or overdose; cancer and serious illness; car accidents; complicated or prolonged grief

The Parnell Group LCAS Counselor (Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist)— Find someone who is trained in this specialty, and who will work with both the teen and the parents. (Dennis Parnell, 919-427-6450.)

SMART Recovery—A mutual aid group that focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to make behavioral changes that will help sustain one’s sobriety. 

Support Groups

Temple Celebrate Recovery  can help you find healing through our Christ-centered, 12-step ministry. With an emphasis on God’s power to transform our lives, a process for ongoing change, and the support of fellow sojourners in recovery, you can experience the freedom you have been looking for! (919) 440-7045 | 

Johnston Memorial Celebrate Recovery – Celebrate Recovery is a free Christ-centered recovery program for those battling life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups.

NA Meetings – Johnston County 24 Hour Phoneline: 1-888-557-1667

Nar-Anon—For those affected by someone else’s addiction to drugs other than alcohol.

Alcoholics Anonymous—Mutual aid 12-step meetings placing a heavy emphasis on God. Person seeking help can use drugs and will still be welcome at the meeting

Al-Anon and Al-Ateen—For those affected by someone else’s addiction to alcohol. 919-713-1516

Dharma Recovery—Buddhist-based mutual aid group that uses the power of meditation to begin each meeting

PAL (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones)- Lessons and support for adult family members of addicted loved ones. Meets every Thursday, 7pm, at Greystone Baptist Church.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

Suicide Prevention Text line: Text HOME to 741741

One to One Peer Support: (non-certified)

Craig Holladay is willing to speak with anyone if he can be of help., 919-455-6245 (parent of addicted loved one/loss due to overdose)

Other Assistance

Alliance Health is the managed care organization for publicly funded behavioral healthcare for the people of Durham, Wake, Cumberland and Johnston counties in North Carolina. The services that Alliance manages are targeted to people who are covered by Medicaid or are uninsured. They are provided by a large network of private providers that offer services for people who are experiencing:

  • Mental illness
  • Substance use disorders
  • Intellectual/developmental disabilities

Wake Network of Care—Lists of many different resources found in Wake County

Alcohol Drug Council of North Carolina—A fantastic guide to all treatment locations throughout North Carolina. Best to call them about finding appropriate placement. Their phone number is listed on their website 800-688-4232

Alcohol Rehab HelpMedically reviewed articles on alcoholism & treatment methods.

More Powerful NC– This site has many great resources, including a number of treatment facilities throughout NC. Click the “get help” link to find a listing of programs

Online Recovery Resources 

Online Meetings Directory

Smart Recovery (non-12 Step Peer Support)

Online Community:

Smart Recovery toolbox (worksheets and videos):

Sober Grid – Smartphone App Sober Community

Speaker Tape Websites

Speaker Tape Apps

AA Audio Companion

Google Play-

App Store-

AA Big Book Ultimate Companion

 Google Play-

App Store-

National Resources: