You can be part of the solution.
Binge drinking, smoking marijuana daily, abusing prescriptions - all these activities and more have become normalized within some cultures across all age groups, and many people are getting hurt.
The tragedies of substance abuse and addiction affect people of wealth and people with few financial resources, but one thing people of wealth have that others don't is ample access to professional help. That's where Anuvia fits in.
Anuvia prevents tragedies in our community that result from the abuse of and addiction to drugs and alcohol. The results of people completing Anuvia's programs also include:
• a better public education system.
• more job opportunities.
• less crime.
• fewer emergency room visits.
• families that function with far less chaos.
Be a part of the solution. You might not have been able to help a friend or family member when they were struggling, but you can help someone who is eager to change right now. Click here to donate to Anuvia.
Programs that need your help are:
• treatment services for adolescents
• prevention programming for youths
• a sliding-fee scale for people with no financial resources
• alcohol- and drug-free events for the recovery community
• other barrier-reducing services
Anuvia promotes wellness in our community by providing compassionate treatment and prevention services of the highest quality to impact the disease of addiction.
Main Campus: 100 Billingsley Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
Adolescent Center: 5855 Executive Center Drive, Suite 104, Charlotte, NC 28212
Anuvia Prevention & Recovery Center is a nonprofit serving Charlotte and Mecklenburg County with alcohol and drug education, prevention, assessment and treatment services. The agency is more than 50 years old and has been known as The Chemical Dependency Center, The Randolph Clinic and the Charlotte Council on Alcoholism. Roughly 20,000 people are impacted by Anuvia's services each year, from children and teens to parents and educators to people with court-related problems and people who have an alcohol or drug dependency.
Substance abuse services include a wide array of evidence-based prevention and awareness programs designed for targeted populations, DWI and court services, programs for Spanish-speaking individuals, 20- and 40-hour outpatient treatment programs, intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) for adolescents and adults and a dual-diagnosis treatment program (SACOT). Assessments of drug and alcohol use are provided at multiple locations in the Charlotte area and are used to determine the appropriate level of care for people diagnosed with a substance use disorder.
Anuvia enjoys an active Alumni Association that plans alcohol-free and drug-free activities and events, and the agency is home to a number of 12-step groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, that meet throughout the week. Anuvia is committed to providing the resources and tools needed for people to avoid alcohol and drug abuse and maintain long-term abstinence and recovery.
Anuvia is accredited by CARF, a member of the National Council on Alcoholism and an approved provider for Mecklenburg County Health & Human Services, Medicaid and most insurance companies. Prevention specialists and treatment counselors at Anuvia are highly trained and credentialed.
The Adolescent Center serves youths 12 to 17 years of age who are interested in or need an alcohol and drug use assessment or treatment. Family services are also provided. Please call (704) 376-7447 to get office hours or find out more information.
Thanks to the Mecklenburg County ABC Board
Services provided to individuals who don’t have the resources to access these needed services at reduced cost are made possible by the strong commitment of and generous funding from the Mecklenburg County ABC Board, which was instrumental in founding the agency in 1958, and donations from individuals, corporations and foundations. To learn more about how our local ABC Board is serving our community, click here.
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