Addiction resources

Addiction – recovery resource list- North Carolina

Crossroads Church – Concord

  1. Families in Recovery Support Group – a faith-based support group for family members and those in recovery from any addiction. Meeting Tuesdays at 7:00 Room 116, and online through a closed Facebook group-@familiesinrecoveryonlinesupportgroup

Contact: Chaplain Debbie Lamm – (704)-707-4277

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – meeting weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00, Room 128

Stephen Ministry- one on one support and connection. Contact: Linda.volkar@mycrossroads.co

Concord, NC resources:

Detox- CRC- Concord Recovery Center- (704) 933-3212

Genesis- A New Beginning – Concord, Salisbury, Charlotte, Asheboro NC – provides the following services:

DWI and Substance abuse assessments

Domestic violence counseling

Anger management

Group therapy

Sex offender therapy

Marriage and family counseling

Lifeskills courses

Neuroscience brain health

Contact: Terry Wise       twise@genesis-anb.com

(704)720-7770

  • Daymark Recovery Services – offers inpatient substance abuse and mental health stabilization, offers outpatient medication management, group therapy, and substance abuse services. Sliding scale and accepts insurance.

Contact: 24 hour crisis response – 877-492-2785

Services – Concord center – 704-939-1100

  • Aya House – provides a residential environment to help men transition out of substance abuse treatment. Must have successfully completed inpatient treatment

Contact: Dennis Brown

Address: 17 GEORGIA ST. SW. CONCORD, NC 28025

(704) 782-2592

  • Center for Emotional Health – Concord office – outpatient treating both children and adults, Suboxone Maintenance, Vivitrol treatment, Bubrenorphone treatment, therapy

Contact: 704-237-4240

  • CVAN – NC Coalition against domestic violence, battered women’s shelter

Helping those affected by rape, incest, sexual assault or domestic violence

Contact – CRISIS LINE: 704-788-2826

Office – (704) 788-1108              

  • F3 Ministry – Fitness, fellowship, faith – a group of men that meet at different locations to share God’s word and work on fitness together. Free.

Contact: https://f3nation.com/contact/

Kannapolis, NC resources:

  1. Sandhills Adult and Teen Challenge – provides care towards healing and recovery, faith-based, males 18 and older. Residential program, comprehensive addiction treatment. There is a $1000 application fee and then $500 per month, or sponsorship for treatment cost.

Contact: (704) 925-1532

  • Restored Ministries – support for those impacted by addiction, faith-based, bridging the gap between treatment and community

Contact: Joanna and Matt Oakley – restoredministriesnc@gmail.com

  • Cabarrus County Health Alliance – needle exchange program, other medical, dental and substance abuse programs and services, sliding scale and insurance

Contact: (704) 920-1000

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Rescue Mission- Faith- based treatment programs

Serious inquiries need to call repeatedly

Rebound- men- (704) 333-4673 ext. 501

Dove’s Nest- women , children included -(704) 333-4673 ext.113

Salisbury, NC resources:

  1. Capstone Recovery – residential – one year program, provides a safe family type environment for women whose lives have been affected by addiction. Housing, meals, counseling, computer training, employment training all free

Contact: Mariam Ramirez – (704) 749-0797 ** Women

  • Nazareth Child and Family Connection – outpatient clinic – mental health, substance abuse, developmental disability – free!
  • Ray’s of Sunshine – a Nar A non support group for families and friends that have loved ones battling addiction, or have lost loved ones to addiction

Contact: Valerie Belk   belkvr26@gmail.com

  • Celebrate Recovery – Trading Ford Baptist Church – 12 step Christ centered program to help people overcome any type of addiction, hurt, or pain. Free.
  • S&H Youth and Adult Services – offers clinical services to the community, including substance abuse assessments and drug screens, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, and mentoring programs. HIV/AIDS treatment groups, domestic violence groups

Crisis line: (704) 603-8283

Contact: (704) 353-7901

  • Carolina Energetics, PC – a substance abuse treatment center using suboxone to help with addiction recovery.

Contact: (704) 762-9230

Monroe, NC resources:

  1. Bridge to Recovery -28 day residential program, addiction resource center, family interventions

Contact: (704) 909-8025

Additional Resources:

Winston Salem- ARCA- Short term treatment and detox

Bethel Colony of Mercy – Lenoir, NC – faith- based residential ministry for men and women battling addiction. Classroom teaching, pastoral counseling, worship services, work ministry, community of support. Bible-based and supportive environment. $250 application fee, 65 day program with extension possible, they will work with you on the $250 fee.

Contact: (828)-754-3781

www.bethelcolony.org

  • Solus Christus, Inc. – ministry for women, East bend, NC, safe housing, discipleship, country environment, connections to long term care facilities

Contact: (336)-813-3007

  • H2O – Hope Offer Help Overcome – Sneads Ferry, counseling, faith-based support, transition

Contact: Thomas Geohagen –(910) 320-0605

  • The FIX Ministry – Virginia – residential, one year program, comprehensive faith-based treatment for all addictions, men and women

Contact: (804) 801-9644

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