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Alcohol & Drug Rehab in High Point, NC

As the most experienced alcohol and drug rehab facility in Guilford County, Fellowship Hall has been caring for patients from Greensboro, High Point and surrounding areas since 1971. Our facility is equipped to assist patients and their families from detox to aftercare, meaning that patients will have the opportunity to develop an important bond with our clinicians and become comfortable in our facility over the course of their treatment.

What to Do When You Suspect Addiction

There is no personality or demographic that is immune to substance abuse. What we do know, however, is that most of those suffering from the disease of addiction do not receive appropriate care. The result is a downward spiral, affecting family, friends and work. And it is that very same group of close friends and family that can be most effective in a) getting the addicted individual to recognize they have a problem, and b) helping them complete a course of treatment that leads to longer-term sobriety.

It is important to remember that the sooner an addict receives care, the less harm they will have done to themselves and others. If you suspect that a loved one may be experiencing substance abuse issues, seek the immediate advice of a clinician trained in addiction. You can also read our blog on spotting the signs of addiction.

We Are Here to Help

Located only a half hour from High Point, North Carolina, Fellowship Hall has the experience to treat a broad spectrum disorders that may co-occur with substance abuse. The first step in seeking help for you or a loved one is to call us and speak to one of our admissions specialists. We also encourage you to visit our facility and learn more about the various levels of care that we offer, from the initial detox of drugs or alcohol to primary treatment and longer-term extended care. Because of our proximity to High Point, some patients may be considered for our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that may be appropriate for high-functioning addicts.