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Evidence-Based Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in North Carolina

At Fellowship Hall, our focus is on providing compassionate and effective addiction treatment for you and your family. For over 50 years, we have been helping men and women find hope and a new life in drug and alcohol recovery.

We treat individuals struggling with addiction to alcohol, opiates, cocaine, heroin, crystal meth, and marijuana, as well as other mind and mood altering drugs. Our staff is also trained in the diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit disorder, and personality disorders. Our psychiatrist is board certified in Addiction Medicine and is a full-time member of our staff. You can maximize your overall health and well-being by addressing addiction while simultaneously treating co-occurring mental health issues that may be present.

“Treatment at Fellowship Hall led me to recovery – and my drug and alcohol recovery has given me a chance to figure out who I am and who I want to be. Recovery gives me hope and the ability to be a good friend, a good sister, to go back to school, to be an employee again – all things I never thought possible.” — Former guest

We provide evidence-based, trauma-informed care, and when needed, medication assisted addiction treatment. Our philosophy is abstinence based as we believe the best long-term outcomes occur when you are free from mind or mood-altering substances. We also support a 12-step philosophy which is a proven support system for drug and alcohol recovery.

Our staff works to create an individualized addiction treatment plan for you upon admission that includes individual and group therapy. We offer a full course of treatment, from detox as part of our residential program to outpatient services and early recovery groups. After completion of your addiction treatment, we remain in contact with you through our Continuing Care Program, to offer support, resources, and monitor your progress. We know that with effective treatment, you can find hope and claim the life you deserve.