Resources

 

The Counseling Center and the DWI Center Sponsors May Day! 1255 Haughton Rd., PO Box 1095 Edenton, NC 27932 252.482.7927 DARE Challenge Outer Banks

 

Below are many references for your convenience.
It is with great hope that you or your loved one will find the peace and love you deserve.

ADDICTED.ORG / Private Pay: (800) 304-2219
WEB:  Addicted

FREE OR SLIDING SCALE Samhsa (800) 662-4357
WEB:  Samaritan Colony

Trillium Crisis Care and Service Enrollment
Phone: (877) 685-2415
Mobile Crisis (866) 437-1821

NC Drug Abuse Treatment Programs
WEB: NC Drug Abuse Programs

Treatment 4 Addiction Online Resource Directory
WEB: Hertford NC Treatment 4 Addiction


Fellowship  Hall
5140 Dunstan Road Greensboro, NC 27405
Phone: 800.659.3381
28 day detox and rehab and many sober living options afterwards.
Accepts most insurances or $15, 000
WEB: Fellowship Hall

Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center
1100 First Colonial Road Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Phone: (757) 496-6000
7 to 14 day detox and duel diagnosis treatment. Also has a partial hospitalization/day treatment program in Chesapeake.
WEB: Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center

Wilmington Treatment Center
Confidential Screening
Phone: (866) 385-7186
Detox, rehab and many sober living referrals
WEB: Wilmington Treatment Center

Williamsburg Treatment Center/The Farley Center
Phone: (866) 471-1892
Detox, rehab and step down into sober living. Provides duel diagnosis treatment as well.
WEB: Farley Center



The Counseling Center
Phone: (252) 335-5346
1241 N. Road St., A, Elizabeth City
Comprehansive mental health and substance abuse services.
Lorrie Meads, LCSW, Lisa Creef, LCSW, LCAS, Kay Currin, LPC, Tom Waite, LCSW, Amber Seneres, LPC, Holly Wilson, LPC Individual, family, marital,children, adults.
WEB:  Lisa Creef

The DWI Center / Lisa Creef, LCSW, LCAS
Phone: (252) 489-6872
1241 N. Road St. Elizabeth City
Outpatient addiction services. Substance abuse and DWI assessments, classes and groups.
Family, individual and couples counseling.
WEB:  Lisa Creef

Meridian Psycotherapy Addiction Medicine Specialists
Michael Bohan, MD and Radhika A. Manhapra, MD
4509 Whitechapel Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Phone: (757) 460-4655
WEB: Meridian Psychotherapy
Services: inpatient/outpatient detox, treatment for alcoholism, Suboxone® maintenance, sex addiction, substance abuse counseling, depression, adolescent issues, trauma recovery, anxiety, relationship issues and bereavement/grief counseling.

Survivors of Suicide
Lorrie Meads, LCSW offers this free support group at
New Life Assembly of God
1958 N. Road St. in Elizabeth City, NC
Meet last Wed. of each month at 6:30pm
Phone: (252) 340-5778


For those With insurance

If Fellowship Hall and Williamsburg Place or Wilmington Treatment Center don’t work for you then call
Akcadia Health, Timothy is a good contact
Phone: (704) 202-1807

If you do not have insurance and need a detox bed
Please call Angela Murel who is the detox coordinator for Port in our region. She has access to know which Port Detox has a bed. Sometimes if they are all full, try the Harbor in Wilmington
Phone: (910) 632-2191

Ace Recovery in South Carolina
Good prices for 30, 60 and 90 day programs.
Phone: (866) 709 6988

For those with and without insurance
The Addiction Resource Line
Phone: (833) 301-4357
Turning Point in Georgia
Phone: (229) 985-4815

The Harbor
Phone: (910) 632-2191

Just Believe Recovery Center
Jensen Beach , FL
Phone: (888) 380-0670


PORT Human Services – Ahoskie NC
Phone: (252) 332-5086
Facility Based Crisis (FBC)
Treatment Center in Ahoskie, North Carolina
Programs: Halfway House and Substance Abuse Treatment
Level of Care: Residential Long-Term Treatment, Hospital Inpatient, and Residential
Payment Methods: Medicaid, State Insurance (Other than Medicaid), Military Insurance, Access to Recovery (ATR) Voucher, and No Payment Accepted

Walter B. Jones Treatment Center
2577 West 5th Street, Greenville, NC 27834
Acute care only, 7 to 14 days, medical detox,  with or without insurance
Phone: 252-830-3426
FB: Walter B Jones Treatment Center


FIRST at Blue Ridge, Inc. is a long-term residential therapeutic community for individuals with chronic substance use disorders.  Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease that is often accompanied by mental and emotional difficulties, behavioral complexities, and other factors that can affect recovery.
Phone: (828) 669-0011
WEB:  First Inc Blue Ridge

Hope Homes Recovery
Phone: (877) 355-1141 Charlotte, Atlanta or Nashville
Offers supportive sober living communities and recovery supports to men and women recovering from addiction or eating disorders. Various levels of care.
men or women $$$$
WEB: Hope Homes Recovery

Healing Transitions
Phone: (919) 838-9800 1251 Goode St., Raleigh
Free non medical detox and long term rehabilitation center for homeless or under served people with alcohol/drug dependency, men or women.
WEB:  Healing Transitions

Samaritan Colony, Inc.
136 Samaritan Dr., Rockingham, NC 28379
Phone: (910) 895-3243
28 day program based on the 12 steps
WEB: Samaritan Colony

TROSA / Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc
1820 James Street Durham North Carolina 27707
Phone: (919) 419-1059
WEB: Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers

Oxford Houses
Sober living housing option for those in recovery preferably following detox.  About $75.00 per week.  No counselors but only those in recovery and willing to follow house rules including 12 step meetings are allowed to live there.
WEB: Oxford Houses of NC


Teen Challenge (417) 581-2181
A very structured adult program that is long term and Christian based.

Female:
The Dove House: (919) 682-3777
Hannah’s Haven: (336) 656-1066
Potter’s House: (704) 824-3698

Male: Outer Banks Dare Challenge (Christian Based)
Phone: (252) 473-6462 Must be 18 and male
$800 entrance fee (subject to change)
8-10 month residential program
WEB: Outer Banks Dare Challenge

Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge: (336) 292-7795
Malachi House: (336) 375-0900

Loaves and Fishes of Beaufort
Phone: (252) 838-9035
90 day program

Potter’s Wheel Ministries
(Christian Based 3 to 6 month program)
147 Faith Lane
Mt Olive, NC 28365-5396
(919) 658-3534 or (919) 658-5637
FB: Potters Wheel Ministries Mount Olive NC

Hope Valley Treatment Center, Dobson, NC
28 day treatment program
WEB: Hope Valley Treatment Dobson NC

Fellowship Hall
Phone : (800) 659-3381
Greensboro, NC  Has an outstanding 28 day program with many options for referral for sober living after completing the program. Takes insurance or self pay is 15,000.00 for the 28 day program.
Web: Fellowship Hall


Alcoholics Anonymous
WEB:  http://aa.org

Amen Clinics
View the research and brain pictures demonstrating effects of substances and alcohol on the brain.
WEB:  http://www.amenclinics.com/the-science/spect-gallery/

Al-anon and Al-ateen
WEB:  http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/

The Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book
Free online in PDF. Good for those using drugs as well. Alcohol is a drug afterall.
WEB:  http://www.12step.org/docs/BigBook.pdf

Depressed Anonymous
WEB:  http://depressedanon.com/

The Fix, Addiction and Recovery Straight Up
Help for addicts and families and those interested in addiction and sobriety.
WEB:  http://thefix.com

Hazelden
Hazelden publishes more of the most popular literature dedicated to addiction and recovery than any other single publishing house. You can find all sorts of great recovery tools and info here!
WEB:  http://hazelden.org

Help for Sex Addiction
WEB:  http://sash.net/

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings (NC and VA)
WEB:  http://www.theagapecenter.com/NAinUSA/North-Carolina.htm

Nar-Anon
WEB:  http://www.nar-anon.org/

Online Meetings and Lists
In The Rooms

WEB:  http://intherooms.com
This website provides access to most 12 step meetings (AA/NA/OA/SAA/GA) both meeting lists and online meetings. Type in the city and go!

Overeaters Anonymous
WEB:  https://oa.org

Sex Addicts Anonymous
WEB:  http://saa-recovery.org/

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
WEB:  http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
(800) 273-8255

Understanding Suboxone
WEB:  http://www.suboxone.com/

Virginia Al-anon meetings
WEB:  http://www.va-al-anon.org/

OTHER RESOURCES

WEB:  http://www.samhsa.gov/
WEB:  http://recoverync.org
WEB:  http://addicted.org (for help finding the right rehab or sober living)
WEB:  http://healthnet.umassmed.edu/mhealth/ZungSelfRatedDepressionScale.pdf
WEB: https://www.advancedrecoverysystems.com/detox-programs/
WEB:  http://www.211.org/
Depression Scale (self scoring)


APPS
Alcoholics Anonymous Speakers (download the app for lots of audio meetings)
In the Rooms App
Al-anon Speakers
Twenty Four Hours A Day (AA thought for the day/meditation)
Just For Today (NA thought for the day/meditation)
THE LANGUAGE OF LETTING GO (for family/friends)
Each day a New Beginning (women)
Recovered Podcast
Sober Recovery

BOOKS
Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book
Narcotics Anonymous Book and Workbook
Gentle Path through the 12 Steps
Living Sober
Addict in the Family by Beverly Conyers
The Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie

MOVIES
Pleasure Unwoven: Explains addiction as a brain disease
Thanks for Sharing: A look inside sex addiction and recovery (R rated but really shows components of 12 step recovery
Whose Brain Do you Want Anyway? Using SPECT imaging, Dr. Amen shows the effects of drug/alcohol use on the brain