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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Services with ASL or Assistance for the Hearing Impaired in North Carolina

The many different drug and alcohol problems that impact the people of North Carolina also affect a small percentage of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Drugs can be an easy answer to any problem that someone is facing, and unfortunately, once someone falls into it; it does become quite difficult to get out. For those who are deaf or hard of hearing in North Carolina and are struggling with a drug problem, it is important to locate the best possible treatment resources. Some of the drug treatment centers in the state may be able to offer the required people who can use American Sign Language and also ensure there are assistive listening devices and other technologies to help with communication. The biggest barrier that a deaf or hard-of-hearing person will struggle with when addicted to drugs is being able to communicate the problem going on. Anyone in North Carolina who is deaf or hard of hearing and addicted to drugs should reach out to local treatment services and mental health services in the state for help.

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.

Below, you can find a listing of the different drug dependency programs with ASL or Assistance for the Hearing Impaired in North Carolina. The list can be incomplete so if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of ASL or Assistance for the Hearing Impaired Drug & Alcohol Programs in North Carolina