Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA)

1820 James Street
Durham, NC 27707

Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA) - Durham, NC

About Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA)

Located in Durham, North Carolina, Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers is a nonprofit alcohol and drug rehab program that provides multi year residential treatment services to individuals from all walks of life. Their program provides free housing, meals, clothing, health services, vocational skills, life skills, training services, mentorship, and counseling.

Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers provides evidence based, peer driven treatment that addresses behavioral issues, social issues, and psychological issues. Their comprehensive approach to treatment addresses the backgrounds and current conditions clients face, such as incarceration are homelessness. individuals learn new tools and coping strategies to effectively manage their challenges and change their future. All services are cost free in order to help those who are uninsured and who cannot afford treatment on their own. Clients may engage in a wide variety of services that help them rebuild their lives and maintain recovery.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program
An adult program in North Carolina typically combines individual and group counseling, medical treatment, and various other therapies to treat substance use disorders. Treatment can take place in an inpatient or outpatient setting.

Alcohol rehab in North Carolina is a course of treatments that helps participants overcome alcohol dependency. Treatments address physical, mental, and emotional aspects of substance use disorder and help the individual develop healthy habits for long-term recovery.

Drug Rehab
There are many types of drug rehab in North Carolina. To receive treatment for addiction, you can choose from many inpatient and outpatient programs. Often, participants start with detox and work through a full continuum of care that continues with ongoing support for long-term recovery.

Men's Rehab
Men’s rehab in North Carolina offers customized treatment for men. These programs provide personalized treatment that is designed with the unique needs of men in mind.

Opioid Treatment
To overcome opioid addiction, attend opioid rehab in North Carolina. Treatment takes place in inpatient or outpatient care, using a variety of therapies, medications, and other helpful interventions. Length of treatment caries, typically lasting 30, 60, or 90 days.

Women's Rehab
Women’s rehab in North Carolina allows women to receive gender-specific treatment tailored to their needs. Programs are available for alcohol, heroin, prescription drugs, benzos, and any other addictive substances, as well as co-occurring disorders.

Teen & Adolescent Program
When individuals participate in a young adult program in North Carolina, they feel more at ease in a setting that is age-appropriate. Activities, therapies, and aesthetics are all tailored for this age group, so participants can feel comfortable and are more likely to complete the program.

Levels of Care

Detox & MAT

Nearly all drug rehabs in North Carolina begin with a detox program. When this process is complete, all addictive substances will be purged from your body. You can then move on to the next steps of drug rehab in North Carolina.

Inpatient Rehab

When you choose inpatient drug rehab in North Carolina, you’ll live at a rehab facility for 28 to 90 days, depending on the program. Typical methods of treatment include group and individual therapy and family counseling.

Aftercare & Alumni Program

Aftercare rehab in North Carolina is a crucial part of relapse prevention. It gives you access to resources that will help you manage stress and overcome life hurdles. Typical services include career coaching, financial guidance, and ongoing counseling and emotional support. These may continue for a few months or more than a year after initial rehab.

Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

Some of the most common co-occurring mental health disorders include anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. When these are present alongside substance use disorder, dual diagnosis treatment in North Carolina is necessary to address both conditions.




Payment Plans & Financing
For those who are underinsured or uninsured, paying the total cost of a rehab program up front is not feasible. Fortunately, many alcohol and drug rehabs make financing available to potential clients through private loans, in-house payment plans, or partner lenders. You can choose a finance package that lets you start treatment immediately and pay for it later.

Free Rehab
Most states offer free alcohol and drug rehabs through public mental health and addiction treatment centers. These centers often provide detox, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), residential treatment, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and support groups. You must meet certain requirements in order to qualify for free alcohol and drug rehabs, such as lack of income and insurance.

Contact Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA)

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1820 James Street
Durham, NC 27707

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