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A Guide to Rehab: Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is the most populous city in picturesque North Carolina, situated in Mecklenburg County. In general, residents in Mecklenburg County have higher median household incomes ($62,978) than the rest of...

A Guide to Alcohol & Drug Rehab: Biloxi, MS

Situated along the Gulf Coast in Harrison County, Mississippi, Biloxi is a southern city that falls in the service area of the Gulf Coast High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (GC HIDTA). GC HIDTA cites...

A Guide to Drug & Alcohol Rehab: Jackson, MS

The largest urban center in Mississippi and the state capital, Jackson is a bustling city in the heart of Hinds County. Overall, Mississippi is one of the most rural states...

A Guide to Addiction & Rehab: Fayetteville, NC

Fayetteville, North Carolina, is a city in the eastern United States with a distinctly patriotic flair, as it is home to the massive US Army instillation of Fort Bragg. The...

A Guide to Drug & Alcohol Rehab: Memphis, TN

Memphis is a rich and cultured city with a storied history sitting on the Mississippi River in Shelby County, Tennessee. A higher percentage of residents in Shelby County live below...

A Guide to Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Birmingham, AL

Birmingham is the most populous city in Alabama and the county seat in Jefferson County. Residents in Jefferson County drink excessively, smoke as adults, and die from alcohol-impaired driving causes at...

A Guide to Drug & Alcohol Rehab: Montgomery, AL

The capital city of Alabama and the second largest city in the state, Montgomery is a bustling southern urban mecca. The Jackson Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA): Fiscal Year 2016 reports that...

A Guide to Drug & Alcohol Rehab: Mobile, AL

 As the third most populous city in the state of Alabama, Mobile is situated on the Gulf Coast in the southeastern quadrant of the United States. Alabama, like much of America,...

Meth in the South: America’s Most Dangerous Drug

 Methamphetamines have a long and tragic history in the southern United States. In many states along the Mexican border, meth has been the most widely spread and frequently abused controlled substances, with drug...

A Guide to Treating Drug Addiction in the US Southern States

The American South and Gulf Coast region includes states like Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Several counties in these states, along with some contained in Florida and Louisiana, are covered...

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