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Wilson, NC Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Wilson, North Carolina. Our database of Wilson treatment centers includes 6 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Crisis Center Wilson 2860 Ward Boulevard Inpatient / Outpatient N/A Wilson
Wilson Professional Services Treatment Center 3709 Nash Street Nw Detox / Outpatient N/A Wilson
DPPS Inc 3206 Queensferry Drive Northwest Outpatient Medicaid Wilson
Carolina Outreach Wilson 608 Nash Street NW Outpatient Medicaid / Private Wilson
Stepping Stones Community Resources 3904 Airport Drive NW Suite A Outpatient Medicaid / Private Wilson
LeChris Health Systems 316 Douglas Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Wilson
Carolina Outreach Zebulon 608 Ne Nash Street Outpatient N/A Zebulon
Getting Ready 510 Church Street Outpatient N/A Black Creek
Starting Pointe 301 S.church St. Suite 140 Outpatient Private Rocky Mount
LeChris Health Systems Rocky Mount 130 Jones Road Outpatient Medicaid / Private Rocky Mount
Urton Associates is a Substance Abuse Rehab Services 3300 Sunset Avenue Outpatient N/A Rocky Mount
Rocky Mount Treatment Center Zebulon Court 104 Zebulon Court Detox / Outpatient N/A Rocky Mount

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ARK Behavioral Health

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