Why Choose Fellowship Hall?
For 50 years, Fellowship Hall has been saving lives. Our staff of highly experienced professionals are dedicated and compassionate. We engage you and your family with a transparent, open conversation about who we are, what we do, and why we practice the 12-step evidence-based model of treatment.
We seek to be part of the solution for every inquiry we receive – whether you come to Fellowship Hall for treatment, or we assist you with finding another reputable treatment center. Recovery is our hope for every individual who seeks it.
Fellowship Hall is a member of the National Association of Treatment Providers (NAATP), Addiction Professionals of NC (APNC), International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA), and the National Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). We ascribe to both an internal code of ethics and alignment with NAATP’s Quality Assurance Initiative and ethical code.
As you seek out the best treatment program for you or your loved one, we encourage you to reference the guide below.
“I am 3 years sober now and have quit smoking, too! I am grateful for the treatment I received at Fellowship Hall.” Former Guest
Overview of Fellowship Hall and Our Programs
- Licensed by the NC Department of Health & Human Services as a specialty hospital since 1971
- Accredited by the Join Commission continuously since 1974
- 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization
- Medical Director is on staff and certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine
- Masters-level clinicians provide group and individual counseling sessions and are trained in treating substance use disorders
- Licensed Nurses are on site and available 24/7/365
- Gender responsive treatment
- Treat co-occurring disorders; however, individuals with suicidal ideation are referred to other credentialed treatment providers specializing in this area
- Welcome referrals from doctors or other medical professionals and work with them through the admissions and treatment process to achieve the best outcomes for you
- Assessments by our professional and caring staff who develop individual treatment plans based on your specific needs. Our modalities include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Medically Assisted Treatment, Nutritional Therapy, 12-Step Facilitation, Continuing Care, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization), and Relapse Prevention
- In network with many insurance providers as listed at How Much Does Treatment Cost. We review your financial plan prior to admission, including insurance verification and billing practices
- Family Program which includes educational and counseling components
- Extended Treatment Program for an additional 8-10 weeks for you to further your recovery by digging deeper into unresolved issues associated with trauma, loss, grief, and family of origin issues
- Intensive Outpatient Program post treatment for eight weeks and Early Recovery Groups for up to two years
- Transitional Housing and recovery residences monitored by staff are available for both men and women
- Continuing Care Program begins post treatment with check-ins at one week, one month, three months, six months, nine months and one year after discharge
- Alumni program led by our Alumni Coordinator to engage you, post discharge, in educational and recreational offerings to support your long-term recovery