Mental Health & Substance Abuse

Addiction Recovery Care Association (ARCA)
Substance abuse and detoxification treatment
1931 Union Cross Rd.
Referrals Accepted 24/7
Various payment options including self-pay, insurance, and other arrangements

Agape Care & Share
Christian counseling for individuals, families & marriages, as well as classes
Call for Appointment
3650-G Patterson Ave.
(336) 766-9188 ext. 247
Counseling Tues. 9am-1:30pm
Classes Tues.  10-11:30am

Al-Anon & Alateen
Fellowship for the friends & relatives who are being affected by another person’s drinking.
Call or check website for meeting information
(336) 723-1452 (local)
(888) 425-2666 (national hotline)

Alcoholics Anonymous
Group Support for Alcoholics
Call for meeting information
(336) 725-6031 (24 hr. hotline)

Alpha Acres (W-S Rescue Mission)
Long-Term residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program located in Yadkin County.
(336) 463-5155
$1,200 with the 1st 2 months paid up front ($200). The remaining $1,000 will be paid at the rate of $100/month.

Associates in Christian Counseling
Counseling services
8025 North Point Blvd.·
(336) 896-0065
Has a sliding scale fee.

Behavioral Services – Novant
Detox, Mental health services|
3333 Silas Creek Pkwy
(336) 718-3550

Catholic Charities
Serves youth 10-17 yrs. Old who are having behavioral problems in school, at home, or in the community
627 W. 2nd Street
(336) 725-4263

Center Point *
Publically funded mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services. Screening, triage, and referrals.  May call 24/7.

4045 University Pkwy.
(336) 714-9100

725 N Highland Ave

Accepts Medicaid. Financial assistance Avail. For Forsyth, Davie & Rockingham Counties.

Community Choices/WISH
Help for women with substance abuse and their children
725 Highland Ave
(336) 397-7500
Mon-Fri  8am-5pm
Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, State Insurance (Other than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance, and Military Insurance

Daymark Recovery Services*
Mental health and substance abuse treatment
725 Highland Ave
(336) 607-8523
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm
Accepts all patients with or without insurance

Epiphany Family Services
Mental health and substance abuse treatment, case management
8 W. 3rd St
Suite 100
(336) 231-6653
24-hr emergency on-call services

Fellowship Home
Detox, long term programs for men
661 N. Spring St
(336) 727-1084

Hawley House – YWCA
Women’s Substance Abuse Recovery Facility
941 West Drive
(336) 721-0733

Homeless Opportunities & Treatment (HOT) Project – WFUBMC Psychiatry Dept
Mental health services to homeless adults
@ Samaritan Ministries
414 E. Northwest Blvd.
(336) 748-1962
Mon. & Thurs.  8am-12pm & 1-5pm; Tues. 1-5
Free for homeless

Insight Human Services
Clinical facilities. Psychiatric services, substance abuse treatment.
665 W 4th St
(336) 725-8389
24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-758-6077
Call for Appointment.
Has grant funding and sliding-scale fees.

Lutheran Family Services of the Carolinas
Housing for adults with autism, developmental disability, mental illness, & symptoms resulting from traumatic brain injury

Mental Health Assoc.
Mental Health Treatment
1509 Hawthorne Rd.
(336) 768-3880
Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-5pm
Medicaid Accepted; Financial Assistance Available

Monarch Behavioral Health Services
Mental Health & Behavioral Health Progams
4140 N. Cherry St.
(336) 306-9620
Referral Hotline:  (866) 272-7826
M on.-Fri. 8am-5pm. Last walk-in taken at 3pm

Narcotics Anonymous
Support for those addicted to narcotics
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-800-365-1035

Oxford Houses
Self-Run, Self-Supported Addiction Residential Recovery House for Men & Women
You must apply directly through the house you wish to reside.
Visit website for list of houses in the area and more information.

Rehab Assistance
Offers financial help for rehab expenses
100 1st St., Suite 423
(336) 727-8575 opt. 4
Ask to speak to counselor
Mon-Fri  8am-5pm

Solus Christus
Women’s alcohol/drug rehab
P.O. Box 416
East Bend, NC
(336) 813-3007

Top Priority Care Services
Evidence Based Treatment approaches utilized to service diagnoses relating to developmental disabilities, behavioral problems & mental health illnesses for youth & adults
7990 North Point Blvd.
Ste. 204
(336) 896-1323
Mon.-Thur.  8:30am-5pm
Friday  8:30am-2pm
Evidence Based Treatment approaches utilized to service diagnoses relating to developmental disabilities, behavioral problems & mental health illnesses for youth & adults

Triad First in Families
500 West Fourth Street
Suite 201-C
(336) 757-8721
Offers support to people with developmental disabilities & their families and individuals in Forsyth, Davie & Stokes Counties according to their self-defined needs

Trinity Center
Mental health services
640 Holly Avenue
(336) 725-3999
Insurance accepted (not Medicare/Medicaid), may need to file your own.  Financial assistance available

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Mental Health & Addiction Outreach (formerly PATH)
Provides services for homeless individuals with diagnosed or suspected mental health and/or addiction issues to help transition into housing
725 Highland Avenue
(336) 714-9131
Call for Appointment

Youth Opportunities
Mental health services for youth including emergency shelter, therapeutic classrooms, outpatient therapy, & services for adjudicated & at-risk youth.
206 N Spruce St, Suite 3
(336) 724-1412

*Center Point and Day Mark have many different programs available not listed here.
Please contact them for more info.