State-run drug rehab facilities are a no-cost option for anyone who is currently experiencing a substance abuse problem in North Carolina. The state-sponsored programs are designed to help alcohol and drug users overcome their addictions and lead more fulfilling, productive lives. Along with rescue missions and the Salvation Army, drug rehab programs in top cities, such as Charlotte, Wilmington and Raleigh, enable people, who are making low incomes or who are homeless, to benefit from drug counseling and addiction therapy in state-funded facilities.