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North Carolina Node

This node is now inactive.

Regional Research and Training Center(s) (RRTC)
Duke University Medical Center
Box 3516
Durham, NC 27110
Principal Investigator(s)
Robert Hubbard, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Professor of Psychiatry
Duke University Medical Center
hubbard@ndri-nc.org

The North Carolina Node is a partnership between Duke University, National Development and Research Institutes, the State of North Carolina and 12 community treatment programs distributed across the State. These programs, which include the major providers of treatment in North Carolina, serve more than 20,000 financially, culturally and ethnically diverse clients located in rural and urban settings. The programs include a therapeutic community, area mental health centers, private outpatient agencies, and regional residential addiction treatment centers. Treatments provided encompass a wide range of therapies, both behavioral and pharmacologic, for families, adolescents, and adults.

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