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If dependence on alcohol or drugs is impacting your professional and personal life, Durham, NC has a collection of high-quality drug abuse programs to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Kapanol, opiate drugs, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top help available. You can even find exclusive or private treatment in Durham to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Local NA/MA Meetings in Durham, NC
TypeMeeting Name @ LocationAddressDay/TimeDetails
NAAntioch Baptist Church @ Antioch Baptist Church 1415 Holloway St, Durham, NC, 27701 Saturday @ 11:00 am Format: Women
NANorthside Christian Church @ Northside Christian Church 3901 Cole Mill Rd, Durham, NC, 27712 Sunday @ 7:00 pm Format: Children Welcome, Discussion/Participation
NASaint Paul's United Methodist Church @ Saint Paul's United Methodist Church Durham, NC, 27702 Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NADurham Correction Center @ Durham Correction Center 3900 Guess Rd, Durham, NC, 27705 Saturday @ 7:00 pm Format: Restricted Access, Men
NADurham Correction Center @ Durham Correction Center 3900 Guess Rd, Durham, NC, 27705 Monday @ 6:00 pm Format: Restricted Access, Men
NANorthside Christian Church @ Northside Christian Church 3901 Cole Mill Rd, Durham, NC, 27712 Friday @ 7:00 pm Format: Children Welcome, Discussion/Participation
NAGlendale Heights Methodist Church @ Glendale Heights Methodist Church 908 Leon St, Durham, NC, 27704 Wednesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAGlendale Heights Methodist Church @ Glendale Heights Methodist Church 908 Leon St, Durham, NC, 27704 Sunday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NANorthgate Presbyterian Church @ Northgate Presbyterian Church Durham, NC, 27702 Friday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NANorthgate Presbyterian Church @ Northgate Presbyterian Church Durham, NC, 27702 Friday @ 7:30 pm
NAUnnamed Meeting @ Triangle Empowerment Center 353 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Thursday @ 10:00 am
NACalvary United Methodist Church @ Calvary United Methodist Church 304 Trinity Ave, Durham, NC, 27701 Friday @ 7:00 pm Format: Basic Text, Discussion/Participation
NAUnnamed Meeting @ Triangle Empowerment Center 353 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Friday @ 10:00 am
NABearing No Name Group @ New Horizon Church Durham, NC, 27702 Monday @ 6:30 pm Format: Children Welcome, Literature Study
NAPhoenix House @ Phoenix House 602 Holloway St, Durham, NC, 27701 Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NABlacknall Presbyterian Church @ Blacknall Presbyterian Church 1902 Perry St, Durham, NC, 27705 Thursday @ 7:20 pm Format: Basic Text, Discussion/Participation, Topic
NACaare, Incorporated @ Caare Incorporated 214 Broadway St, Durham, NC, 27701 Wednesday @ 11:00 am
NACaare- Incorporated @ Caare- Incorporated 214 Broadway St, Durham, NC, 27701 Wednesday @ 11:00 am
NAEye Opener @ Durham NC Durham, NC, 27702 Saturday @ 12:00 am Format: Rotating
NADuke Memorial United Methodist Church @ Duke Memorial United Methodist Church 504 Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC, 27701 Monday @ 12:15 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAAnnex Building @ Annex Building 326 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Thursday @ 7:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAAnnex Building @ Annex Building 326 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Tuesday @ 7:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NABasic Recovery Group @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Saturday @ 2:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NABasic Recovery Group @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Friday @ 11:45 am Format: Discussion/Participation
NABasic Recovery Group @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Thursday @ 12:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NABasic Recovery Group @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Tuesday @ 12:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAOldham Towers @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Tuesday @ 12:00 pm
NAOldham Towers @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Friday @ 11:45 am
NAOldham Towers @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Wednesday @ 11:45 am
NAOldham Towers @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Thursday @ 12:00 pm
NAWest End Community Center @ West End Community Center 705 Kent St, Durham, NC, 27701 Sunday @ 10:00 am
NAArc Of Safety Ministry Church @ Arc of Safety Ministry Church 1201 Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC, 27701 Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Children Welcome, Discussion/Participation
NAAsbury Temple United Methodist Church @ Asbury Temple United Methodist Church 201 Alston Ave, Durham, NC, 27701 Monday @ 7:30 pm Format: Basic Text, Children Welcome, Discussion/Participation, Women
NATahiti Place @ Tahiti Place 1607 Angier Ave, Durham, NC, 27703 Tuesday @ 5:00 pm
NAIglesia Guerreros De Jesucristo @ Iglesia Guerreros De Jesucristo Durham, NC, 27702 Wednesday @ 7:00 pm
NAIglesia Guerreros De Jesucristo @ Iglesia Guerreros De Jesucristo Durham, NC, 27702 Monday @ 7:00 pm
NASouthside Church Of Christ @ Southside Church Of Christ 800 Elmira Ave, Durham, NC, 27707 Monday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NASaint Paul's United Methodist Church @ Saint Paul's United Methodist Church Durham, NC, 27702 Tuesday @ 7:30 pm
NAWestminster Presbyterian Church @ Westminster Presbyterian Church Durham, NC, 27702 Monday @ 8:00 pm Format: Basic Text, Discussion/Participation, It Works Study
NAFitts-Powell Apartments @ Fitts-Powell Apartments 1017 Cook Rd, Durham, NC, 27713 Saturday @ 6:30 pm Format: Basic Text
NATrinity United Methodist Church @ Trinity United Methodist Church Durham, NC, 27702 Sunday @ 5:30 pm Format: Basic Text, Discussion/Participation, Beginner/Newcomer
NABlacknall Presbyterian Church @ Blacknall Presbyterian Church 1902 Perry St, Durham, NC, 27705 Saturday @ 8:00 pm Format: Basic Text, Discussion/Participation, Topic
NABasic Recovery Group @ Oldham Towers 519 Main St, Durham, NC, 27701 Wednesday @ 11:45 am Format: Discussion/Participation
NACommunity Shelter For Hope @ Community Shelter for Hope 412 Liberty St, Durham, NC, 27701 Saturday @ 2:00 pm
NAHayti Heritage Center @ Hayti Heritage Center Durham, NC, 27702 Tuesday @ 6:00 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NAAsbury Temple United Methodist Church @ Asbury Temple United Methodist Church 201 Alston Ave, Durham, NC, 27701 Wednesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Basic Text, Children Welcome, Discussion/Participation, Women
NAFirst Chronicles Community Church @ First Chronicles Community Church 1306 Lincoln St, Durham, NC, 27701 Monday @ 6:00 pm
NAFaucette Memorial Cme Church @ Faucette Memorial CME Church 2124 Charles St, Durham, NC, 27707 Friday @ 9:00 pm
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The Treatment Process

Intervention

The individuals who need aid for drug abuse the most are often the last ones to control it. Narcotics interventions gather friends and loved ones to impress upon the user the necessity of getting clean.

Detox Services

Before recovery can get underway, the body must be made clean. This is called detoxification. Alcohol and the majority of narcotics will leave the addicted individual with unpleasant side effects or withdrawal symptoms once the body has become accustomed to the drug. Professional detox can diminish the symptoms for anyone seeking to start fresh.

Residential Rehabilitation Centers

An inpatient drug abuse rehab center provides safe, comforting treatment in a nurturing environment. When addicted individuals opt for in-home, outpatient treatment, it's often because they think it will be easier, allowing them to get clean in their own time. Part of what makes Durham residential rehabs so appealing, though, is a split from from surroundings that contributed to the addiction.

Addiction Therapy after Inpatient Substance Abuse Rehab

When inpatient treatment for drug abuse ends, you may feel like you need more counseling. It's crucial to have a solid support group if you are to get sober. A continuing course of addiction therapy allows you to go at your own pace. You'll get the benefits of meetings and individualized counseling for as long as you wish.

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