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This resource guide was created to provide the community
with information on prevention, treatment and recovery options.

Millions of Americans abuse or are dependent on alcohol or drugs. All of these people have families – so remember, you are not alone.
The fact that your family member is in treatment is a good sign and a big step in the right direction.

People with alcohol or drug dependence problems can and do recover!

Prevention Education


Moore county Youth Services provides a program called the adventure challenge ropes course. They learn risk-taking, trust, communication and listening skills, and how to support each other This program is for groups such as youth groups, church groups, and professional groups. Free
Contact: 910-947-1549 Mark Burdett

Teen court is where attorneys, bailiff, clerk and jurors are youth who are in the 8th thru 12th grade. Teen Court hears real cases that have been diverted from juvenile court. This is an educational program for young people to learn how system of justice works by participating in the process. Free
Contact: 910-947-1549 Mark Burdett

A Pre-Natal Clinic maintains informational programs for women throughout their pregnancy regarding alcohol/drug effects.
Contact : 910-947-3300


MFC is a family skills program. It consists of 7 to 14 weekly skill-building sessions for parents and child. Skills covered include setting goals, dealing with stress and emotions, communication skills, responsible behavior, and how to deal with peer pressure.
Contact: 910-295-1072 Free

A narcotics officer is on duty to take phone calls and provide information, referral and provide a speaker for youth and adult groups Contact: 910-947-2931.

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Intervention Treatment


Recovery Solutions offers substance abuse assessments and outpatient substance abuse treatment.
Also offers DUI/DWI classes, drug, and alcohol counseling. Self-pay
Location: 103 Monroe St, Carthage

CTC is an outpatient addiction treatment center that offers counseling, resources, and support. Staff is licensed to provide methadone, Suboxone or Subutex and Vivitrol to help with withdrawal symptoms. Self-pay/ private insurance and Medicaid
Location: 20 Page Road, Pinehurst, NC
Contact: 235-9090

BA offers a variety of outpatient mental health and substance abuse services including: DWI assessments, substance abuse counseling, relapse prevention, intervention and codependency. Self pay
Location: 103 Bradford Village CT, Southern Pines
Contact: 910-692-2947

Kardia offers outpatient counseling in addiction, relationship issues, and chronic relapse.
Location: 325 Page Road, Pinehurst, NC
Contact: 910-722-1062
Aetna, BCBS, FirstHealth, Anthem, FCC, Humana, Tricare, ValueOptions, MhN

Sandhills Center
Sandhills Center acts as an agent of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services to provide residents of nine counties with access to Medicaid and State supported services for mental health, intellectual development disabilities or substance abuse.
Contact:  1-800-256-2452

Offers intensive in-home services using Multisystemic therapy in West End and other NC locations.
Contact: 910-673-8520

Daymark offers evaluation and referral services for individuals and families having substance abuse problems and mental health issues. Intensive in-home. Referral to appropriate intervention programs are made as needed. DBT, Seeking Safety(PTSD w/SA)
Location: Corner of Highway 211 and Memorial Drive, Pinehurst.
Contact: Substance Abuse Counselor 910-295-6853

First Health provides multi-level integrated services to assist patients in their recovery from the physical emotional, social and spiritual effects of their illnesses while recognizing the rights and dignity of the individual. Treatment programs include counseling and intensive outpatient treatment for chemical dependency and mental health. Insurance and private pay
Location: Pinehurst Contact: 910-715-3370

Casa Works is a supervised living facility for women and their children who are under age 11. Substance abuse comprehensive outpatient treatment (SACOT) and Substance abuse intensive outpatient (SAIOP) are provided. Medicaid
Contact: 910-245-4339
KKM Counseling and Consulting
Individual outpatient counseling is available for addiction, alcohol abuse, anxiety, depression, divorce, grief and PTSD.
BCBS NC, FCC and self pay
Contact: Kathleen Mallow 910-363-2759

CHAD BROWN LMFT LCAS Counseling Addiction Specialist
Pinehurst, NC Provides individual, family, couples therapy
855-847-2521 phone. Accepts most insurance plans

offering medication assisted treatment program focuses on treating addiction to opiates and restoring opportunities for a productive future. Accepts most insurances and Medicaid
285 Olmstead Blvd, Suite 1, Pinehurst, NC 28327

M.E. GREENHOUSE COUNSELINGGreenhouse offers a “full” range of family and group counseling services for person of all ages. Assessment, outpatient, education.
Contact: 1-910-725-1246 Southern Pines Medicaid, self pay

The PORT Adolescent Substance Use Program provides residential and day treatment care for adolescents(13-17) who have not been successful with other interventions and those that need 24-hour supervised care and provides specific therapies to address their strengths, needs, abilities and preferences.
Contact: 910-944-2189 Aberdeen NC

Samaritan Colony is a twenty-eight-day residential program for adult males. Family participation program is available. Self pay
Location: Rockingham NC Contact: 910-895-3243

Sandhills Teen Challenge is a residential faith based recovery program for men ages 18+ with a drug or alcohol problem. Program is usually for 24 months.
Location: Carthage Contact: 910-947-2944

Wilmington Treatment Center offers inpatient rehab, substance abuse treatment, and hospital impatient drug program. Residential short-term 30 days or less and long term 30 days or more.
Contact 1877-762-3750 Self pay, Medicaid, Medicare,Private health insurance

Recovery Ventures is a nonprofit organization that offers a recovery program for those suffering from chronic addiction. Free
Contact: 1 828 686 0359 Location: Black Mountain NC

Impatient rehab, substance abuse treatment and drug rehab. Halfway house. Residential short term (30 days or less), long term (more than 30 days). Accepts men and women.Location: Greensboro NC Private pay, Insurance
Contact: 1-336-621-3381

Neil Dobbins Center is an inpatient treatment center that focuses on mental health and substance abuse treatment. It is a Short term treatment program.
Self pay, Medicaid,Insur.
Contact: 1 828-253-6306 Location: Asheville, NC

An innovative, long term residential program for men and women that enables them to become productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, work-based vocational training, education, and continuing care.
Contact: (919) 419-1059 Location: Durham NC low to no cost non-profit

Daymark Recovery Services – Crisis Recovery
A private substance use rehab located in Monroe, North Carolina. Daymark Recovery Services – Crisis Recovery specializes in the treatment of substance, drug and alcohol abuse. Offers detox and inpatient treatment options as available.
Contact: 24 hour crisis line 1-866-275-9552
704-635-2080 Location: Monroe NC Medicaid

Wilmington Treatment Center
A private alcohol and drug recovery hospital for adult men or women. Wilmington Treatment Center offers Medical Detox, Impatient Treatment, Partial Hospitalization, Outpatient treatment services. Operation Recovery for Veterans, Intensive Family Program, Continuing Care and Alumni Association. Accepts most major insurances and financing is available.
Contact: 1-800-9922.3671 or www.WilmingtonTreatment.com

A residential center for Treatment of Alcoholism and other drug addictions for men and women. Also treats trauma and depression issues. Private not for profit and CARF accredited. 50 beds. Will work with most insurance companies and has financial assistance based on need. Residential housing Located in Mill Spring NC and Outpatient Treatment available in Wilmington NC.
Contact:919-606-4519 Mill Spring 1-910-260-4050 Wilmington or www.pavillon.org

Genesis House
Detox and residential treatment facility located in Palm Beach County Florida. Also treats dual diagnosis. Accepts most insurance companies.
Contact: 1-800-737-9033 or www.genesishouse.net

Life Center of Galax
Offers detox, residential treatment and partial hospitalization. Located in Galax Virginia. Accepts men and women. Most insurances accepted. Private pay options available.
Contact: 1-800-345-6998 of www.galaxrecovery.com

Coastal Plain Hospital
Inpatient mental health services for adults designed to address substance dependency and detox, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, post traumatic stress, and medication management. Located in Rocky Mount NC. Most insurance companies accepted.
Contact: 1-252-962-5000 24 hour crisis line 1-800-234-0234

Community Services Aftercare


North Carolina State Oxford Houses:
Oxford Houses are a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. There are 232 houses in North Carolina, with locations in 30 cities. Individuals typically enter an Oxford House after completing a drug and alcohol treatment program. Contact: 919-247-7831

Both houses are privately owned, one for females and one for males. These programs provide group counseling, AA/NA meetings and assistance in obtaining employment. Residents need to be drug free and working on their recovery.
Contact Bethany (women) 910-692-0779 Bethesda (Men) 910-944-2908

Alcohol Anonymous (AA)
AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strengths and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from alcoholism. The primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Contact: aanc52.org 910-420-0575

Al -ANON is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strengths and hope in order to solve common problems. Alcoholism is a family illness and changed attitudes can aid in recovery. Support group
Contact: 910-295-6853

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
NA is a non profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs has become a major problem. They meet regularly to help each other to stay clean. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.
Contact: 1-800-477-6291

Second Saturday
Support group for family members and friends of those suffering with addiction, Meets every second Saturday at 10:30 am. Location to be announced.
Contact: 910-947-1902

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness-Moore County)
NAMI sponsors a local education/support meeting on the first Monday of each month at 7pm at Pinehurst Police Department.
Contact: 910-295-1053 www.nami-moorecounty.org

Friend to Friend
Friend to Friend offers help to all persons affected by interpersonal violence such as domestic violence and sexual assault. Safe shelter
Crisis Line: 910-947-3333

Our Mission

To provide evidence-based prevention education, treatment options,
and recovery support services to youth and adults.