Rise Together Greensboro
Dear Alumni & Friends: Fellowship Hall has been invited to participate in “Rise Together Greensboro”, a collaborative, site-specific, community-based sculptural project by […]
Referrals Are an Essential Part of Treatment
In the field of addiction recovery, we encounter many new and challenging circumstances. After all, each of our patients carries […]
Co-Occurring Disorders; A Delicate Treatment Balance
Addiction and mental illness often go hand in hand. Indeed, SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) estimates that […]
The Human Race – A Great Success!
A HUGE THANK YOU to everyone (and their supporters) who raised money for Fellowship Hall via The Human Race! The […]
Fellowship Hall Is Proud To Welcome Dr. Mike Washo
All of us here at Fellowship Hall are thrilled to introduce our new Medical Director, Dr. Mike Washo. In fact, […]
National Alcohol Awareness Month Is Here Again!
This April marks Alcohol Awareness Month, an important time for us to reflect on the damage that alcohol abuse can cause […]
Yet More Negative Effects Associated With Smoking
There’s quite a bit we know about smoking. Its effects are wide ranging and it damages organs in virtually every […]
Understanding the Appropriateness of Outpatient versus Inpatient Residential Treatment
Many addiction treatment programs now have the option for patients to receive care either in an outpatient setting or residential/impatient […]
The New Year and Setting Goals
It may sound like a cliché, but a new year really does bring the opportunity to start fresh, become healthier […]
How Many Drinkers Are Actually Alcoholics?
We all know of someone who drinks a little too much and holiday times can shine a spotlight on such […]