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FreeTreatmentCenters includes more than just free treatment centers for substance abuse and drug and aclohol related addiction.

We have researched many of the free, sliding scale, discounted, low cost, Medicaid sponsored local treatment centers. Many are non profit drug and alcohol treatment facilities such as faith based organizations.

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Adult Case Management - AMHA

3430 Wheatley Ave.
Charlotte, NC - 28205
(704) 336-2227

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PURPOSE: To provide services to persons with severe and persistent mental illness, and/or dual/multiple disabilities in order to help clients reach their highest level of independence in the community and prevent the need for costly hospitalization through pro-active care.

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Child & Adolescent Services - AMHA

720 E. 4th St., 5th Floor
Charlotte, NC - 28205
(704) 336-6404

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PROGRAM PURPOSE: To coordinate treatment planning and service delivery to seriously emotionally disturbed children and youth (5-18 years) and their families in an effort to provide a continuum of care through its provided & contracted services.

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Childrens Developmental Services, Infant/Toddler Pre-School-AMHA

3500 Ellington St.
Charlotte, NC - 28211
(877) 700-3001

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PURPOSE: To help children (0-4 years) and their families who are at risk of not developing normally. Services are provided in a variety of settings including the home, clinic, child care facilities.

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Community Resource Solutions, LLC

7520 E. Independence Blvd., Ste. 200
Charlotte, NC - 28227
(704) 535-1911

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PURPOSE: Assist persons who face chronic mental illnesses and/or the challenges of substance abuse. Educate, inform and support our customers so they become functional, independent and active participants in their community.

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