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I. The 15 Best Rehab Facilities in Fayetteville

To be sure we are recommending the best facilities, our team of researchers developed five core metrics to determine the quality of each treatment center. These metrics cover key aspects such as cost, treatment approaches, and rehab services provided. For more information, read the full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

The 15 best rehab facilities in Fayetteville, NC are:Fayetteville, NC


Fellowship Hall

Fellowship Hall

5140 Dunstan Road
Greensboro, NC 27405
800-659-3381
fellowshiphall.com

Clients at Fellowship Hall receive compassionate substance abuse treatment on either an inpatient or intensive outpatient basis. Here, substance abuse is viewed as a chronic, progressive disease, and treatment includes education about the nature of addiction, ways to overcome triggers and temptations, and counseling to examine the reasons a person began drinking or using drugs in the first place. Part of the counseling services includes an examination from a licensed psychiatrist, to determine if there are co-occurring conditions like PTSD or depression/anxiety. The rehabilitation program follows a 12-step method of helping individuals maintain sobriety and partners with community programs that help reintegrate those newly sober back into society. For families with an addicted loved one, Fellowship Hall also offers therapy for families with an addicted loved one.

What patients are saying:

From one grateful client’s loved one, “A family member of mine spent one month here and from the first phone call to intake, treatment and the family program I cannot say enough positive things about this place. It’s a very caring place and the staff is upbeat and very personable. I learned a lot from the family program and really enjoyed the meditation path.”

Reviews:

  • 4.17 stars
  • 40 reviews

Holly Hill Hospital

Holly Hill Hospital

3019 Falstaff Road
Raleigh, NC 27610
919-250-7000
hollyhillhospital.com

Dual diagnosis options are available at Holly Hill Hospital, treating both psychiatric disorders and substance abuse. Often, addicts will self-medicate to deal with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health issues. At this facility, patients receive medically supervised detox from drugs or alcohol, followed by inpatient stays that average about 28 days. Group counseling sessions and individual therapy are part of the daily routine here, as well as examining each client’s triggering feelings and situations, and creating an aftercare plan to help them manage sobriety.

What patients are saying:

From a recent 5-star review, “I’ve been in the Holly Hill’s PHP (full-time program) for about two weeks now, and I’ve had a lot of progress. I had been in ongoing therapy for 3 years, and my therapist recommended I come to them for an evaluation during a really low point in my life. I called, was seen very quickly, and was very relieved to know that the assessment was free.”

Reviews:

  • 2.14 stars
  • 281 reviews

Freedom House Recovery Center

Freedom House Recovery Center

104 New Stateside Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
919-942-2803
freedomhouserecovery.org

Since 1974, Freedom House Recovery Center has had a mission to support individuals struggling with addiction. The facility takes a holistic approach to treatment, looking at any underlying trauma that led to self-medication with drugs or alcohol. Crisis services are available, including 24-hour supervision and mobile crisis teams to help stabilize the client. Residential treatment programs begin with the detox process, followed by a rehabilitation program that includes helping those who need it learn job skills in a halfway house setting. Outpatient counseling services are available for those with less severe addiction, including group and individual therapy.

What patients are saying:

As one happy patient remarks, “I know a lot of people are embarrassed to talk about Mental Health but, if you need help this is a place for everybody who needs help not just someone who’s struggling with Mental Health and they really did work with you.”

Reviews:

  • 3.67 stars
  • 3 reviews

Insight Human Services

Insight Human Services

665 West Fourth Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
336-725-8389
insightnc.org

Effective prevention, intervention, and treatment for those struggling with addiction are offered at Insight Human Services, a rehabilitation facility with over 40 years of treating the mind and body. Professionally supervised detox programs help wean patients off the physical dependency on their drug of choice, and prepare them for the work of counseling and understanding the causes behind their addiction. The average inpatient stay lasts 42 days in a facility that houses both men and women. For women who may need a specialized program, there are women-only services available with special trauma counselors and small group sessions.

What patients are saying:

From one client who has been clean for over 4 years, “I was desperate for help and for lasting sobriety. I knew that I would have to put in the work to be successful, I also knew that without some help medically I would end up relapsing at some point which scared me beyond words.”

Reviews:

  • 4.38 stars
  • 44 reviews

Wilmington Treatment Center

Wilmington Treatment Center

2520 Troy Drive
Wilmington, NC 28401
910-758-2023
wilmingtontreatment.com

Military members and veterans have access to a specialized treatment program for addiction and trauma associated with their service experience at Wilmington Treatment Center. These individuals receive counseling and support in a secure environment from therapists trained to deal with their unique issues. Other programs include inpatient and intensive outpatient therapies, which may include supervised detox before the therapy sessions begin. For some, treatment may begin with a residential stay, and then a transition to outpatient care that includes family counseling to help rebuild relationships.

What patients are saying:

A recent client states, “This place saved my life! The counselors are beyond exceptional, and the wide variety of groups and classes was beyond anything I ever could have imagined. Myself and my family will forever be grateful to Wilmington treatment center.”

Reviews:

  • 3.11 stars
  • 381 reviews

Carolina Counseling Services

Carolina Counseling Services

1310 Raeford Road, Suite 2
Fayetteville, NC 28305
910-485-6336
carolinacounselingservices.com

Carolina Counseling Services connects clients seeking non-intensive outpatient treatment with a licensed counselor to help them work through their addiction and begin the path to recovery. Therapy with a licensed substance abuse treatment counselor typically lasts less than 9 hours per week and can continue as long as the patient desires. Past trauma, mental health struggles, and other reasons for drinking or using drugs are explored in these one-on-one sessions. Many who participate in this program have stepped down from an inpatient or intensive outpatient rehabilitation program.

What patients are saying:

One client had this to say about their therapist. “Maria Crossman truly listens and cares about her patients’ well being. She is attentive and offers many solutions to mental health issues. Wonderful vibe and positive energy.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 stars
  • 4 reviews

Daymark Recovery Services, Inc.

Daymark Recovery Services

284 Executive Park Drive NE
Concord, NC 28025
704-939-1100
daymarkrecovery.org

Participants in Daymark’s substance abuse intensive outpatient therapy program receive group, individual, and family therapy several times per week. Clients are encouraged to participate in recovery groups outside of the therapy sessions and are tested on a regular basis to ensure that they aren’t drinking or using drugs. In addition to receiving treatment for their addiction, many participants also work on life skills coaching, relapse prevention, and treatment of co-occurring conditions like anxiety or depression. Daymark also offers residential treatment services, with medically monitored detox and housing in a secure environment. Therapy sessions in the inpatient program are similar to the outpatient therapy plans.

What patients are saying:

Many patients mentioned the staff’s helpfulness. One reviewer wrote, “As far as free detox goes: it really doesn’t get much better. It is a medical detox, the food is great and you get plenty, the groups are decent but you still get plenty of rest time, the beds are comfy, and most of the rooms are single person.”

Reviews:

  • 3.40 stars
  • 27 reviews

Murray Fork Clinic

Murray Fork Clinic

6020 Morganton Road
Fayetteville, NC, 28314
910-764-4750
murrayforkclinic.com

For individuals struggling with substance abuse and mental health diseases, Murray Fork Clinic offers options for outpatient treatment. Detox services are available to begin treatment, with individualized care plans created for each client. Specialized programs for men and women are available, and the facility has bilingual therapists on staff. General psychiatry services are also available.

What patients are saying: 

No written reviews are available at this time.

Reviews: None available


New Season: Fayetteville Treatment Center

Fayetteville Treatment Center

418 Person Street, Suite 103
Fayetteville, NC 28301
877-284-7074
newseason.com/clinics/fayetteville-treatment-center

Long-term success and sobriety for those with an opiate addiction is the goal of New Season. Licensed addiction counselors experienced in working with individuals who have a dependence on heroin or other opioids offer treatment in both individual and group settings. Medically supervised detox provides Suboxone, if needed, to help ease the withdrawal symptoms. Once the physical dependence is gone, each client begins their personalized treatment plan, which may include one-on-one psychiatric therapy, group talk therapy, and family therapy to help addicts and their loved ones find support. Relapse prevention strategies include determining triggers in the client’s life and planning how to deal with them in a healthy manner.

What patients are saying:

A recent 5-star reviewer writes, “I have been sober for 1 year and 5 months! I would be dead if I hadn’t started going here. The councilors are phenomenal; they didn’t judge me for my past, they only cared about my future. I would recommend this place to anyone trying to beat their demons. I have graduated college, and am now working a wonderful job, all thanks to the staff at Fayetteville treatment center!”

Reviews:

  • 4 stars
  • 12 reviews

Carolina Treatment Center of Fayetteville

Sandhill

3427 Melrose Road
Fayetteville, NC 28304
910-378-3470
sandhillsctc.com

Part of Sandhills, this Fayetteville clinic offers all-inclusive treatment for substance abuse that includes detox and therapeutic sessions. Individuals who are struggling with addiction to heroin, prescription painkillers, or morphine are given quality care by licensed addiction specialists in an outpatient setting. Group and individual therapy sessions help each patient understand the reasons they began using in the first place and explore healthier ways to manage their emotions and life stressors. Clients are monitored during the detox process to ensure that withdrawal symptoms do not damage their health.

What patients are saying:

One recent client gives this facility 5 stars and remarks, “I have been an addict ever since I was 11 years old and this is the only place that has kept me completely sober for this long. I have a year clean now and have no intention of going back. God willing!”

Reviews:

  • 4.24 stars
  • 26 reviews

Carolina Outreach LLC

Carolina Outreach

324 Person Street
Fayetteville, NC 28305
910-438-0939
carolinaoutreach.com

Carolina Outreach uses evidence-based practices to treat adults with substance abuse disorders. Some of the therapeutic treatments include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), offered one-on-one on an outpatient basis. Intensive outpatient services include between 12 to 36 sessions, and clients are encouraged to also participate in an outside recovery group. Regular outpatient therapy is offered, as well, with group sessions exploring the nature of addiction and finding support. Once the client graduates from the program, they’re provided with continuing aftercare that focuses on relapse prevention strategies.

What patients are saying:

A 5-star reviewer states, “A fantastic resource for the community, filled with staff who care.” Another reviewer comments, “I have been going for 5yrs. It is the best I have found in 20yrs. Everybody is awesome!!!!!!”

Reviews:

  • 3.8 stars
  • 5 reviews

Greater Image Healthcare Corp

Greater

401 Robeson Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-321-0069
greaterimagehc.com

Greater Image offers mobile crisis services for individuals struggling with immediate needs for mental health issues or substance abuse concerns. Once the individual is stabilized, including managing withdrawal symptoms, then they enter into treatment, which involves individual counseling sessions and family therapy where needed. Group therapy is another component of treating those with co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. These therapy sessions are offered on an outpatient basis, with referrals available to aid those dealing with homelessness, criminal charges, and unemployment.

What patients are saying:

One client remarks, “It’s clean, quiet no-drama quick response time kind of place, counselors are good listeners & the doctors on staff here treat you like a human not a crazy! Nice friendly receptionist as well. They also provide additional community support for the homeless such as use of a place to shower.”

Reviews:

  • 3.49 stars
  • 13 reviews

Lighthouse Counseling Center

Lighthouse

901 Arsenal Avenue, Suite 202
Fayetteville, NC 28305
910-323-3368
lighthousecounselingfayetteville.com

Faith-based counseling services are available at Lighthouse, as well as evidence-based therapies that treat substance abuse, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Trauma-Focused CBT. Professional counseling in a safe, welcoming environment helps those who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction receive the mental health services they need, as well as professionally guided introspection into the nature of their disease. Clients are matched with a counselor, determined during the initial intake interview, and all therapy is done on an outpatient basis.

What patients are saying:

One relieved mother writes, “This place is absolutely amazing. I would recommend anyone to see Kim Herring. Mrs. Kim has helped my daughter so much. I want to say thank you Mrs. Kim; words can’t express how thankful I am for helping my daughter.”

Reviews:

  • 3.39 stars
  • 90 reviews

Cumberland County CommuniCare

Cumberland

109 Bradford Avenue
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-829-9017
cccommunicare.org

Funded through the United Way, Cumberland CommuniCare offers substance abuse treatment for adolescents and adults. Their adult outpatient services include diagnosis of mental health concerns that may affect an individual’s response to therapy. Medically supervised detox is available to help with the physical withdrawal from drugs or alcohol. Group therapy and individual counseling sessions are conducted in either an intensive outpatient or standard outpatient basis and include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and relapse prevention. The adolescent program offers both inpatient and outpatient services, treating young people struggling with addiction in a way that meets their level of development. Help with issues regarding the criminal court system is offered for all program participants.

What patients are saying:

One inpatient client states, “Good group options. Worth the stay. . . . Cumberland County CommuniCare has a caring, dedicated staff that demonstrates pride in program services and in the progress of its clients. The program itself contains different elements like yoga, guided imagery, relaxation sessions, and the philosophy and spirituality of martial arts. The treatment you receive is top notch.”

Reviews:

  • 4.4 stars
  • 5 reviews

Johnston Counseling Services

Johnston

212 Bridge Street
Smithfield, NC 27577
919-938-0921
johnstoncounseling.com

Johnson Counseling Services is a licensed provider of court-ordered DWI or DUI assessments, with professional staff experienced in working with those who have run afoul of the criminal court system. Substance abuse treatment programs here include a diagnostic assessment and short-term outpatient therapy for those with less severe addiction to drugs or alcohol.

What patients are saying:

Says one satisfied client, “A caring and understanding therapist who addresses the problems I have and helped me to work through these issues in a healthy way and at a pace that I was comfortable with. He has helped me very much and I recommend him highly.”

Reviews:

  • 5 stars
  • 7 reviews

II. Methodology

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 29 substance abuse treatment centers in the Fayetteville area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

III. Getting Help in Fayetteville

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in North Carolina.

Use our database to find a treatment center near you

The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of North Carolina recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.

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    IV. Fayetteville Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

    NameCityProgramTelephoneSpanish Hotline
    AA Randolph CountyAsheboroAAN/AN/A
    AA Rockingham CountyWentworthAA(336) 854-4278N/A
    Bladen, Cumberland, Robeson Central OfficeFayettevilleAA(910) 678-8733N/A
    Boone IntergroupBooneAA(828) 264-1212;(828) 264-0208N/A
    Borderline Area NABorderline Area (Charlotte, Monroe, Pineville, Waxhaw, Weddington)NAN/AN/A
    Capital Area NACapital Area (Greater Raleigh)NA(877) 590-6262N/A
    Carteret County Answering ServiceMoreheadAA(252) 726-8540N/A
    Catawba Valley Area NACatawba Valley Area (Greater Hickory)NA(866) 611-3650N/A
    Central Office MurphyMurphyAA(828) 837-4440N/A
    Central Office Winston-SalemWinston-SalemAA(336) 725-6031N/A
    Central Piedmont Area NACentral Piedmont Area (Greater Concord)NA(704) 640-6488N/A
    Coastal Carolina Area NACoastal Carolina Area (Burgaw, Clinton, Jacksonville, E Arcadia, Oak Isl, Warsaw, Swansboro, Wilm)NA(800) 691-5427N/A
    Crossroads Area NACrossroads Area (Angier, Dunn, Lillington, Benson, Clayton, Selma, Smithfield)NA(800) 372-5447N/A
    Dist 93 Intergroup Covering Outer BanksKitty HawkAA(252) 256-0850N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, and Orange CountiesPittsboroAA(888) 237-3235;(919) 542-4664N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance,Caswell,Chatham, Orange CountiesBurlingtonAA(888) 237-3235;(336) 228-7611N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance,Caswell,Chatham, Orange CountiesChapel HillAA(888) 237-3235;(919) 933-3877N/A
    District 23 - GreensboroGreensboroAA(336) 854-4278N/A
    Down East Area NADown East Area (Greenville)NA(866) 321-1631N/A
    Durham County Answering ServiceDurham CountyAA(919) 286-9499N/A
    Foothills Area NAFoothills Area (Blowing Rock, Boone, Jefferson, Lenoir, N Wilkesboro, Marion, Morganton)NA(888) 593-5356N/A
    Greater Charlotte Area NAGreater Charlotte AreaNA(980) 200-9349N/A
    Greater Sandhills Area NAGreater Sandhills Area (Fayetteville, Sanford)NA(866) 418-9500N/A
    Greensboro Area NAGreensboro Area (High Point, Thomasville, Burlington, Graham)NA(866) 375-1272N/A
    Greensboro IntergroupGreensboroAA(336) 274-1501;(336) 854-4278N/A
    Iredell IntergroupStatesvilleAA(704) 878-6404N/A
    Lake Norman Area NALake Norman AreaNA(877) 424-5397N/A
    Metrolina IntergroupCharlotteAA(877) 233-6853;(704) 377-0244;(704) 332-4387N/A
    NC Mountain Central OfficeAshevilleAA(828) 254-8539N/A
    New Hope Area NANew Hope Area (Chapel Hill, Durham)NA(919) 831-5321N/A
    North Carolina Mountain Area NANorth Carolina Mountain Area (Swain, Buncombe, Haywood Counties)NA(888) 764-0365N/A
    Oficina Intergrupal HispanaSiler CityAAN/A(919) 633-1777
    Oficina Intergrupal Hispana de CharlotteCharlotteAAN/A(704) 302-2707
    Our Primary Purpose Area NAOur Primary Purpose Area (Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough, Pittsboro)NA(919) 831-5587N/A
    Piedmont Area NAPiedmont Area (Greater Greensboro, High Point, Jacksonville)NA(800) 721-8225N/A
    Sandhills IntergroupAberdeenAA(800) 496-1742N/A
    Southern Foothills Area NASouthern Foothills Area (Greater Gastonia)NA(866) 997-9559N/A
    Southern Piedmont Area NASouthern Piedmont Area (Asheboro & Siler City)NA(866) 875-9751N/A
    Tar Roanoke Area NATar Roanoke Area (Macon, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Wilson)NAN/AN/A
    Tri-County IntergroupRaleighAA(919) 783-6144;(919) 783-8214N/A
    Twin City Area NATwin City Area (Greater Winston-Salem)NA(800) 365-1035N/A
    Western NC Area NAWestern NC Area (Greater Asheville)NA(866) 925-2148N/A
    Western Piedmont Intergroup Association Inc.GastoniaAA(704) 865-1561N/A
    Wilmington Intergroup AssociationWilmingtonAA(910) 794-1840N/A

    For more FAQs visit our rehab FAQ page.