UNC opens $3 substance abuse center for women

By David Doochin

Erin Moritz works with a class of pre-K children at UNC Horizons, a prenatal substance abuse program that treats mothers & their children (Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

UNC is making strides to place itself at the forefront of addiction treatment for women. It opened a brand new three million dollar center in Carrboro, and at the ribbon cutting ceremony this week, program directors expressed optimism that the facility will make their programs more affordable, accessible, and able to serve the women who need them.

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