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RALEIGH

Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina and the second largest city in the state. Raleigh is nicknamed the “City of Oaks” because the city has many beautiful oak trees in its neighborhoods. Raleigh has an estimated population of 405,791 people and is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. The city was named after Sir Walter Raleigh.

Raleigh is part of North Carolina’s Research Triangle, one of the biggest and most successful research parks in the country. The Research Triangle is a major hub of high-tech and biotech research, as well as a wholesale grocery distribution point. The North Carolina Film Office has made it possible for several movies to be made in the city. The North Carolina Film Office is the third largest in the country, behind New York City and Los Angeles.

Crime statistics have dropped in Raleigh in recent years. In 2008, there were 34 murders in Raleigh, a sharp distinction from other metropolitan areas on the East Coast. Raleigh’s mayor, Charles Meeker, is a member of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition. The group states it wants to make the “public safer by getting illegal guns off the streets.”

The city of Raleigh continues to grow quickly, which has contributed to the increase of drug trafficking in the state.

North Carolina has had a marked increase in drug trafficking in the past decade. North Carolina has a large rural area, as well as a large migrant population and mountainous areas, all of which contribute to the trafficking increase. Heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana are all available in North Carolina. As a result, law enforcement is working hard to control the drug trafficking and addiction problems.

Cocaine is shipped from northeastern North Carolina into Pennsylvania and Virginia. Despite this, cocaine addiction has stayed static for the past ten years in North Carolina. In the past twenty years, heroin use has decreased, though use of the drug is still popular in the cities.

The use of methamphetamine continues to grow in North Carolina, which has contributed to an increase in crime. Marijuana is a drug readily available throughout North Carolina. As in every state in the United States, prescription drug addiction is growing at an alarming rate, creating criminal, social and economic problems.
For more information on state-funded treatment programs in North Carolina contact,
www.ncgov.com

Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services

3001 Mail Service Center,
Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-3001
Albemarle Building, 325 N. Salisbury Street,
Raleigh, NC
1-800-688-4232

Alcoholics Anonymous

Asheboro 336-629-7167
Boone 828-264-1212
Cary 919-286-9499
Fayetteville 910-678-8733
Greensboro 336-854-4278
Raleigh 919-783-8214
Wilmington 910-794-1840

Narcotics Anonymous

Regional 888-370-6262
Charlotte 704-379-0440
Fayetteville 866-418-9500
Greenville 252-321-1631
Greensboro 800-721-8225
Raleigh 919-831-5100
Winston-Salem 800-721-8225
Wilmington 910-452-6034

For Immediate Help Call 24/7/365 - (919) 533-9913

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Drug Treatment Facilities | Raleigh, NC

A AAA-1 Abuse & Addiction Helpline
Free Consultation: (919) 533-9913
324 South Wilmington Street,
Raleigh, NC 27601

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raleigh.aaa-alcoholdrugrehab.com