Greensboro, North Carolina
Substance abuse and addiction has hit North Carolina hard, and Greensboro has not been immune. Although addiction is a devastating disease, there is hope for Greensboro residents struggling with substance abuse. With the appropriate treatment, faith in God and hard work, you, too, can recover from your addiction, and Road to Freedom can help. Road to Freedom is a Christian alcohol and drug treatment center dedicated to restoring lives through the power of the gospel.
For additional information on our programs and services, reach out to us now at (844) 402-3605, or chat with an admissions counselor online. Our compassionate and experienced admissions counselors are on standby to answer any questions you may have about our Christian treatment program.
Christian Addiction Treatment
At Road to Freedom, we combine biblical principles with evidence-based practices to help our patients heal and recover. We believe that everyone can recover from addiction through the grace of God. We also recognize the importance of individualized treatment plans. We offer a wide variety of faith-based treatment services and therapies to best suit the needs of each patient. Depending on your specific needs and recovery goals, the following may be included in your treatment plan:
- Safe, medically-supervised drug and alcohol detox
- Pastoral counseling
- Group addiction counseling
- One-on-one therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Biblically based 12-step meetings
- Family workshops
- Court Liaison Program
- Chronic pain management
- Holistic therapies
- Relapse prevention
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Aftercare services
For more information on our customized treatment plans, call us now at (844) 402-3605.
Substance Abuse in Greensboro, NC
The most commonly abused substances in Greensboro include prescription painkillers, heroin and alcohol. Over the last few years, prescription drug abuse has been on rise in Greensboro. Between 2010 and 2012, prescription drug overdose deaths have nearly doubled in the Piedmont Triad. The most commonly abused prescription medications in North Carolina include hydrocodone, methadone, Fentanyl and Xanax. Prescription painkillers often serve as a gateway drug to heroin.
Like the rest of the nation, Greensboro has experienced a rise in heroin addiction. Heroin is cheaper and more easily attainable than prescription painkillers, leading many drug users to turn to heroin. In 2013 alone, Greensboro police seized over 1,800 grams of heroin.
Greensboro also has an underage drinking problem. To combat this problem, the government has launched prevention programs at many colleges in the Greensboro area. Alcohol abuse is also a major problem among adults.
Recovery is Possible
Recovery is possible at the Road to Freedom. If you or your loved one is ready to quit abusing drugs and alcohol, take the first step towards healing and call us now at (844) 402-3605. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our admissions counselors are prepared to answer any questions you may have about our facility and how we can help you.