North Carolina Ketamine Therapy & Treatment Clinics

Mental Health Conditions Ketamine Therapists in NC Can TreatLiving with anxiety or depression is difficult, but help is available. In North Carolina, 45% of adults report experiencing anxiety or depression symptoms. Ketamine is an effective therapy that is being used for treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD, addiction, and chronic pain.

17%People suffer from Depression in North Carolina

35%People suffer from Anxiety in North Carolina

9%People suffer from PTSD in North Carolina

Mental Health Impact in North Carolina
Showing the total percentage of people suffering with each condition according to data from Mental Health America and KFF/U.S. Census Bureau Pulse Report in 2020-2022 range.

Ketamine Infusion (IV), Intranasal & Sublingual Specialists in North CarolinaFinding ketamine treatment in NC can be a breeze with our help. Based on our search, there are currently ten clinics in NC that can provide in-office ketamine infusions or esketamine treatment. We’ve included a list of them below. Deciding whether ketamine treatment may be helpful to you is an important choice, and your healthcare provider can help you. If ketamine therapy is right for you, take a look at our directory to explore North Carolina ketamine options.


Disclaimer & Safety Tips

The clinics listed may be a combination of listings added to by practitioners as well as listings that have been aggregated from across the web. Our goal is to create the most comprehensive directory of ketamine therapists, physicians, psychiatrists, clinics and practices.

We are in the process of building advanced directory functionality to enable potential patients to identify their options, and to evaluate based on in-depth patient reviews and peer endorsements. 

For now, we recommend that anyone considering ketamine treatment consult with their trusted health professional, and when assessing any potential provider do thorough due diligence using various sources available such as Google Reviews, Yelp, and other credible ketamine provider directories to begin to make an informed decision. Ensure your practitioner is properly licensed, properly trained, and is comfortable sharing that information with you prior to committing to treatment.

Charlotte Ketamine Center
3535 Randolph Rd, Ste 208, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28211
(704) 519-6918
Daya Mental Health & Wellness
77 Central Ave, Ste A, Asheville, North Carolina, 28801
(828) 778-2973
Ketamine Wellness Institute (Chapel Hill)
5915 Farrington Rd, Ste 105, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27517
(984) 528-7215
Ketamine Wellness Institute, PLLC
603 Dolley Madison Rd, Ste 208, Greensboro, North Carolina, 27410
(336) 303-1102
North Carolina Institute of Advanced NeuroHealth
1600 Olive Chapel Rd, Ste 108, Apex, North Carolina, 27502
(800) 732-9822
Restoring Wellness Solutions
200 Charlois Blvd, Ste 500, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 27103
(336) 800-3955
Revitalist – Ketamine and TMS Therapy Provider
1418 E Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27609
(984) 459-7638
Southern Ketamine Clinics
1212 Hendersonville Rd, Asheville, North Carolina, 28803
(828) 407-6631
Southern Ketamine Clinics
2768 Georgia Rd, Franklin, North Carolina, 28734
(828) 407-6631
Zen Psychiatric Services, PLLC
126 Fiddlers Run Blvd, Morganton, North Carolina, 28655
(828) 608-0892

In-Office Ketamine in NC vs. At-Home OptionsIf for any reason in-office ketamine treatments in North Carolina are not the right option for you, ketamine therapy can be delivered to you. In the U.S., there are several options for at-home ketamine services, and we’ve listed them below.

Disclaimer: Not all at-home ketamine providers are available in every state. Visit the provider websites below to find out if your location is eligible for at-home ketamine treatment.

At-Home Ketamine Therapy

Ketamine Therapy in North CarolinaDeciding to try ketamine treatment is a great first step toward a better life. In addition to in-office and at-home ketamine therapy, you may choose to include additional therapy in your treatment plan. It is possible to improve your ketamine experience and the benefits of your treatment by pairing it with counseling or Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). These services are often provided by ketamine clinics, but you can look into separate psychotherapy services as well. 

Ketamine counselors and psychotherapists in NC (and other states) will be added to a directory on this page very soon, so please be sure to check back for updates. We want to make sure that you stay informed about what ketamine costs and services are available to you, allowing you to get the best price for ketamine treatment. As soon as we have that information, you will too!

The Directory is meant to serve as a tool to support you in your search for treatment, and not as an endorsement of any particular practitioner or clinic. Please consult your physician to determine if ketamine is right for you.
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More Info About Ketamine

Is ketamine legal in North Carolina?

Yes! Ketamine is legal in all 50 states.

How much does ketamine therapy cost in North Carolina?

The cost of ketamine treatments in North Carolina will vary depending on the facility, services offered, duration of care, and method of administration. Additional programs, such as integrative counseling and psychotherapy, can add to the costs but may provide tangible benefits. Many insurance carriers do not yet cover ketamine. The best way to find out how much you’d have to pay is to discuss with the individual NC ketamine providers. You can learn more about pricing on our ketamine costs and coverage page.

What is ketamine?

Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic first synthesized in 1962 and granted FDA approval in 1970. Since then, ketamine has been explored as a novel treatment for various physical and mental health conditions. Esketamine (marketed as Spravato) was FDA-approved for treatment-resistant depression and major depressive disorder with suicidality in 2019. Learn more about ketamine.

What is ketamine used for?

Esketamine has FDA approval for treatment-resistant depression, while racemic ketamine (often just referred to as ketamine) has been traditionally used for anesthetic purposes. Currently, medical professionals are now using it to treat a variety of mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, bipolar depression, and chronic pain.  Esketamine can be used to address treatment-resistant depression and major depressive disorder with suicidality.

Is ketamine safe?

Ketamine is considered to be relatively safe and well-tolerated for most patients, though there are some side effects to be aware of and certain diagnoses where ketamine should be avoided.