Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
As of July 1, 2011, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Programs, has 20 Substance Abuse Treatment Programs operating throughout the state.
TC - Therapeutic Communities are set in a highly structured residential environment, in which the primary goals are the treatment of substance abuse and the fostering of personal growth leading to personal accountability..
In 1987, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety received funding to establish a Correction Chemical Dependency Program. As a result, the first Treatment Program began on January 25, 1988 at Wayne Correctional Center in Goldsboro.
Eligibility to attend Treatment is based on diagnostic screening results and an inmate's or offender's need for chemical dependency treatment.
- Court recommendation.
- Diagnostic Center referral.
- Staff referral.
ACDP has one 300-bed residential substance abuse facility (DART Cherry) providing services to MALE probationers and parolees.
The division also has one 50-bed residential substance abuse treatment facility (Black Mountain Substance Abuse Treatment Center for Women) providing services to FEMALE probationers and parolees.
If the client/offender is no longer under DOP supervision, call DOP at (919) 838-4000.
If the client/offender is still under DOP supervision, they need to contact the offender's DOP Case Manager at their current Facility.
If the offender is on Probation, contact the offender's Probation/Parole Officer.