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If you're looking for a bed at a local recovery center, you may find bed shortages.

This is common, unfortunately. Thankfully, our great God has allowed many wonderful recovery programs to be established in North Carolina. If you're having some trouble while seeking help, don't give up! Be patient. You have options.

Please note, the resources we list on our website are primarily Christ-centered in their approach.  We partner with them because we have a shared vision.  

If you find yourself in an emergency situation, needing immediate assistance, please call 911.

Detox Facilities

* Local Emergency Department
  (Most Emergency rooms can help.  If you are having an emergency, call 911)
* Old Vineyard (Winston Salem): 336-794-3550
* ARCA (Winston Salem): 877-615-2722

* Daymark:
   Davidson County (Lexington): 336-300-8826
   Iredell County (Statesville): 704-871-1045
   Union County (Monroe): 704-283-6040
   Cabarrus County (Concord): 704-933-3212


Placement Centers

You Have Options...

These organizations will work with the individual in need of recovery,
to help them find a program.
* First Contact (Hendersonville): 828-435-2180
* Keaton's Place (Asheboro): 336-628-0070
* Will's Place (Albemarle): 980-581-8001

Living Hope Addiction Ministries (Wake and Franklin Counties): 919-633-5218

Men's Recovery Programs

Women's Recovery Programs

Teen Programs

Outpatient Centers

*Daymark Outpatient Centers:
  Archdale: 336-431-0700
  Randolph: 336-633-7000
  Davidson: 336-242-2450
  Forsyth: 336-607-8523

Counseling Resources

Transitional Housing

These transitional houses are for people who have just completed long-term treatment
for substance-abuse.  These are not homeless shelters.
Women Only:
* Hope House of Rowan (Salisbury) 704-633-5986
* Freedom House (Greensboro): 336-282-7622
* Safe Harbor  (Charlotte): 704-259-7861

Men Only:
* 15-4 Ministries (Florence, SC) 910-393-7616

Emergency Crisis

Daymark Mobile Crisis Dispatch 1-866-275-9552
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare 1-800-939-5911

* If you are in an emergency situation, and need immediate assistance, please call 911.

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