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Anuvia Launches the Lock Your Meds® Campaign

    To promote awareness of prescription drug abuse in Mecklenburg County, Anuvia has launched the Lock Your Meds® campaign.  Lock Your Meds® , created by the National Family Partnership, is a campaign aimed at promoting safe storage and disposal of prescription drugs among parents. Click here to learn more about the campaign and how you can help to reduce prescription drug […]

15-16 Annual Report now available

Want to know more about Anuvia Prevention & Recovery Center? A link to our new annual report is below. You can find out more information about: Psychiatric and medication management services; Detoxification and residential services; Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT); Adolescent Services; MORE; Just click on the link below. Annual Report 15-16

Assessments — an essential step in treatment

An assessment is the starting point for all substance abuse treatment. The assessment is made up of multiple questions that help the clinician understand any need for assistance related to substance abuse, mental health, medical care,  housing, employment, support, transportation etc. Below are some common questions when considering an assessment. Who needs an assessment? Anyone can ask […]

Giving Back Through Amazon Smile

Did you know that you can support Anuvia when you are doing your holiday shopping on Amazon? If not, it’s simple! Here are the basics: AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charity every time you shop and at no cost to you. To shop Amazon Smile, simply click […]

Clothing Drive

Unfortunately, many times clients arrive at our 429 Billingsley Road detox facility with just the clothes on their backs and many times without shoes. So we’ve created a clothing closet and we’ve been collecting gently used clothes – shirts, pants & shoes, and we especially need unopened packages of undergarments (socks, underwear, etc…). People have […]

Safe Place

Anuvia Prevention & Recovery Center is now a designated Safe Place in Charlotte. The organization will display the yellow and black Safe Place sign, which signifies immediate help and safety for youth. It is estimated over one million youth run away from home each year due to abuse, neglect, family conflicts and other issues. The […]