Detox Centers Fayetteville, NC

Drug and Alcohol Detox Centers in Fayetteville, NC

Here are all the drug and alcohol detox centers in Fayetteville, NC. Are you looking to detox from alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines, cocaine or methamphetamines in a detox facility in Fayetteville? Find substance abuse treatment and rehab centers with detox in Fayetteville below.

Do you have questions about drug or alcohol detox or need help finding a detox center?
Call (888) 644-6099 to speak to a substance abuse detox counselor. 100% free service. We are available 24/7. Help is just 1 phone call away.

Fayetteville Vamc Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Fayetteville Vamc Substance Abuse Treatment Program is a drug and alcohol detox center in Fayetteville, NC, located at 2300 Ramsey Street, Building 47, in the 28301 zip code of Cumberland County. Fayetteville Vamc Substance Abuse Treatment Program provides opioid detox, benzodiazepines detox and cocaine detox. Fayetteville Vamc Substance Abuse Treatment Program also offers intensive outpatient treatment, general outpatient treatment and outpatient methadone/suboxone treatment. Fayetteville Vamc Substance Abuse Treatment Program provides detox services to judicial clients, people with dual diagnosis treatment and people with trauma and also offers 12 step program, matrix model and anger management.

(844) 818-6075

Murray Fork Clinic

Murray Fork Clinic is an alcohol and drug detox facility in Fayetteville, NC, located at 6020 Morganton Road, in the 28314 zip code of Cumberland County. Murray Fork Clinic provides alcohol detox, benzodiazepines detox and cocaine detox. Murray Fork Clinic also provides outpatient methadone/suboxone treatment, outpatient detoxification and regular outpatient treatment. Murray Fork Clinic accommodates young adults, people with dual diagnosis treatment and judicial clients and also offers motivational interviewing, substance use counseling and anger management.

(888) 672-7192

Solas Health Pllc

Solas Health Pllc is a drug and alcohol detox center in Fayetteville, North Carolina, located at 2911 Breezewood Avenue , Suite 101, in the 28303 zip code of Cumberland County. Solas Health Pllc provides opioid detox, benzodiazepines detox and cocaine detox. Solas Health Pllc also offers regular outpatient treatment, outpatient detoxification and outpatient methadone/suboxone treatment. Solas Health Pllc provides detox services to active duty military, adult women and people with HIV/AIDS and also offers substance use counseling and 12 step program.

(855) 489-3619

Fayetteville Urgent Care And Family Medicine

Fayetteville Urgent Care And Family Medicine is a drug and alcohol detox facility in Fayetteville, NC, located at 4155 Ferncreek Drive, Suite 102b, in the 28314 zip code of Cumberland County. Fayetteville Urgent Care And Family Medicine provides alcohol detox and opioid detox. Fayetteville Urgent Care And Family Medicine also provides outpatient methadone/suboxone treatment, regular outpatient treatment and outpatient detoxification. Fayetteville Urgent Care And Family Medicine provides detox services to people with HIV/AIDS, LGBT and pregnant/postpartum women and also offers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBt0, brief intervention and trauma-related counseling.

(877) 539-5579

Frequently asked questions for Drug & Alcohol Detox in Fayetteville, NC:

  • How does Fayetteville detox work?

    Detox centers in Fayetteville always start treatment with an exam that determines physical and psychological factors that have played a contributing role in an individual’s addiction. Once the factors are determined, the rehab facility will create an individualized detox program to help the addicted person get rid of either alcohol or drugs in their body. Often, addiction services such as a faith-based approach for Christians, Catholics or other religious individuals may be combined with the detox program.

  • How long does drug and alcohol detox last?

    There are essentially three types of detox programs that are available in North Carolina to those who are struggling with substance abuse, whether it is from drugs or alcohol. A rapid detox can take 1 or 2 weeks and is fastest type of detoxification. A typical detox will last 30 days. Long-term detox, often required for those with a prolonged addiction, can last 90 days.

  • What medications are used during the detox process?

    Frequently, Fayetteville detox centers will use medication assisted treatment methods to help addicts who struggle with serious drug addiction. Medications that are commonly used include Methadone, Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Naloxone, Disulfiram, Acamprosate, Naltrexone, Lofexidine and Clonidine.

  • What kind of substance use can be treated in detox centers?

    Fayetteville detox centers are equipped to handle all kinds of addictions. Most commonly treated substance abuse issues in North Carolina include addiction to alcohol, as well as drug addictions to various types of drugs such as heroin, cocaine and others, opioids and prescription drugs or painkillers such as Oxycontin, Percocet and other medications that contain oxycodone, morphine, anti-anxiety medication addiction such as Xanax or Valium and various stimulant drug addictions such as Concerta, Adderall, Mydayis and others.

  • What age groups do detox centers provide treatment to?

    Fayetteville detox centers may be limited to the age groups or populations that they offer treatment to. There are many co-ed detox facilities that will treat both men and women, while there are some men-only or women-only drug and alcohol detox facilities. Also, some detox centers may provide specialized treatment to teenagers, young adults or older adults.

  • What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient detox centers?

    Detox centers can provide both inpatient, also known as residential treatment, as well as outpatient services. An inpatient detox center provides rehab services as well as housing, so that those who struggle with addiction can live on-site at the facility. An outpatient drug or alcohol detox can offer services during the day through various programs, while the addicted individual would go back to their home for the night.