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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Teen Drug Use in North Carolina First Step Services LLC Adolescent Substance Abuse drug rehab with a primary focus on Mental health services and drug rehab. Specializing in Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment and Drug Rehab Program Holly Hills Hospital is anotheroption for teen drug rehabilitation.This is a little more serious with plans such as even residential stay to overcome the addiction as well as small 30 day programs. The SouthLight Healthcare center gives many different options to an addicted teen, plans such as Comprehensive Clinical AssessmentPeer Group Therapy Adolescent Substance Abuse Education (ACE Program), Multi-Family, TherapyIndividual & Family, Therapy, Prevention Services North Raleigh Family Clinic is a great resource as well for overcoming an addiction. They offer from substance abuse treatment, to individual or group therapy. Of the total number of clients in treatment on for substance abuse in North Carolina, 1,682 were under the age of 18 24% of adolescents use drugs in Wake County Male Teen Users Total Teen Users Female Teen Users 58% 28% 50% 45% Percent of high school students who smoked cigarettes on at least one day (NC) Percent of high school students who tried to quit smoking cigarettes (NC) of the 713,000 adolescents in North Carolina used an illicit drug in the past month 11% Teen Drug Treatment Options/Stats (Raleigh, NC) 63% 6.5% 20% 15% 18% An article on CNN News talked about theeffects that teen drug users had on the parent,specifically, Barbara Theodosiou. When asked howit effected her learning her two older sonswere addicted to prescription drugs at the agesof just 13 and 16 she said: "I found out within six months that both my sons were addicts and like every other mother, I just wanted to go into bed and never get out" (Wallace). In Wake County alone, per 100,000 adolescents, 142.3 in 2009 were caught and arrested for possession of marijuana. Ian PearlswigInfographicBlock 1B3/6/15 In 2007, 28.3 percent of alladolescents in eastern North Carolina were offeredor tried to sell drugs
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