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I. The 15 Best Rehab Facilities in Greensboro

To be sure we are recommending the best facilities, our team of researchers developed five core metrics to determine the quality of each treatment center. These metrics cover key aspects such as cost, treatment approaches, and rehab services provided. For more information, read the full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

The 15 best rehab facilities in Greensboro, NC are:Greensboro, NC


Alcohol and Drug Services

Alcohol and Drug Services

1101 Carolina Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
336-333-6860
Adsyes.org

ADS is a local nonprofit agency that helps those in the Greensboro area suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. The mission involves cutting-edge treatment and the best practices to treat the addict, from behavioral therapy to group counseling services. The facility offers both regular outpatient treatment and intensive outpatient therapy that includes more than nine hours per week of personal counseling, drug screening, and group therapy. Each client receives an individual care plan to help them examine their reasons for drinking or using drugs. A focus on opioid addiction is the mission of ADS.

What patients are saying:

One patient raves, “This place truly saves lives,” while another agrees, “I have been in ADS’s Drug Treatment program for quite a while. The reason I’m STILL here is because my counselor “A”, DOES care.”

Reviews:

  • 4.4 stars
  • 7 reviews

Fellowship Hall

Fellowship Hall

5140 Dunstan Road
Greensboro, NC 27405
800-659-3381
Fellowshiphall.com

Fellowship Hall is located on verdant landscaped grounds, and has a mission that emphasizes treating each client holistically. Evidence-based programs include full abstinence and reliance on the 12-step method of helping addicts overcome their addiction and finding lasting sobriety. This facility offers residential treatment in a secure, safe environment with medically supervised detox. After graduating from inpatient treatment, some patients continue in outpatient therapy. Aftercare services, such as referrals to local 12-step groups, and family therapy are also offered.

What patients are saying:

From one loved one, “A family member of mine spent one month here and from the first phone call to intake, treatment and the family program I cannot say enough positive things about this place. It’s a very caring place and the staff is upbeat and very personable. I learned a lot from the family program and really enjoyed the mediation path. 5 stars for these wonderful people!”

Reviews:

  • 4.33 stars
  • 129 reviews

Daymark Recovery Services, Inc.

Daymark

284 Executive Park Drive NE
Concord, NC 28025
866-275-9552
Daymarkrecovery.org

Daymark Recovery Services treats not just addiction but also the underlying reasons that people choose to self medicate, such as anxiety disorder and depression. Clients receive medication and personal therapy to treat these conditions. Services are provided on an intensive outpatient basis, with medically supervised detox and then at least nine hours per week of counseling. Family therapy is offered, including child and adolescent services. Also, crisis management teams can help individuals in an emergency.

What patients are saying:

One hardworking client raves, “I appreciate everything that this agency has been able to assist me with. Most, not all, of the issues w/in this area rest heavily on how much work you put in. Sometimes I work hard to reach goals. Other times, I close my curtains, eat Oreos from the family pack and drink milk from the jug. Not sure who coined this phrase but “You didn’t cause the problem but you are the only one that can solve it.”

Reviews:

  • 3.33 stars
  • 32 reviews

Trosa

Trosa

1820 James Street
Durham, NC 27707
919-419-1059
Trosainc.org

Trosa is a long-term residential facility that encourages people who desire a change. Qualifications for admission are that the individual wants relief from addiction and is willing to enter a two-year treatment plan. This plan includes two full years living in the Trosa center, so those who come in should not have outstanding legal obligations. Within the program, clients receive ongoing care, vocational training, education about their addiction, and skills to help them reenter society when their treatment is complete.

What patients are saying:

From one addict who found relief, “Well to start off I’m giving Trosa a great review because first and foremost being an addict and wanting rehabilitation is not as easy as it seems. Even though I didn’t finish the program I’m honored to say Trosa cares about YOU I mean literally some people been on drugs for years and their own family couldn’t reach out to help them feed them clothe them or shelter them. so the nerve of people being ungrateful for something that’s totally free and up to you to finish. this is a YOU DO IT program ”

Reviews:

  • 3.95 stars
  • 59 reviews

Singleton Care, Inc.

Singleton Care

2881 Immanuel Road
Greensboro, NC 27407
336-291-4686
Singletoncareinc.com

The mission of Singleton Care is to advocate for those struggling with mental illness and addiction. This facility offers professional intake counseling to determine which services are best-suited to each individual: intensive outpatient therapy, outpatient therapy, or physiological rehabilitation programs. These services include group and individual therapy that seek to address not just the addiction itself, but the reasons that each client began drinking or using drugs. Family therapy, in cases where children have been affected by addiction, is also available.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews available at this time

Reviews:

  • 4.90 stars
  • 3 reviews

Greensboro Treatment Center

Greensboro Treatment Center

207 S. Westgate Drive, Suites G-J
Greensboro NC 27407
336-273-9611
Newseason.com/clinics/greensboro-treatment-center

A part of New Season, Greensboro Treatment Center is a facility exclusively dedicated to treating those with opioid addictions, including methamphetamine, heroin, and prescription painkiller use. The treatment begins by medically stabilizing each client and exploring the reasons that they’re abusing drugs. Treatment is given on an outpatient basis and includes several hours per week of group therapy and individual counseling. Family sessions are also offered. After helping addicts overcome physical dependency on the drug, relapse prevention strategies help them find healthy ways to deal with stress and trauma in their lives.

What patients are saying:

From one client, “I truly liked this place in the beginning… Don’t get me wrong there are good counselors there and it’s all about how much effort you put into your sobriety.” And another client mentions, “Great staff and understanding that people make bad decisions but admitting you have a disease is the first step and being there is the second.”

Reviews:

  • 4.40 stars
  • 12 reviews

United Quest Care Services LLC

United Quest

708 Summit Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27405
844-845-3705
Unitedquestcareservices.org

United Quest Care Services offers outpatient substance abuse therapy, with a combination of group and individual therapy plus ongoing counseling. The multifaceted approach helps adults achieve and maintain sobriety. Clients are offered a diagnostic analysis to determine their mental conditions and the severity of their addiction. This is an abstinence-based program, although no medically supervised detox services are available.

What patients are saying:

From one client who left a five-star review, “Great peer support group and best Dr for mental health care.”

Reviews:

  • 3 stars
  • 4 reviews

United Youth Care Services, Inc.

United Youth

1207 4th Street
Greensboro, NC 27405
336-370-9232
Unitedyouthcareservices.com

United Youth Care Services offers many different medical treatments, including outpatient therapy for substance abuse. Each patient gets case management services to determine their treatment needs and a personal assessment of their condition. Outpatient therapy includes both group and individual counseling sessions. Treatment for underlying mental illness is also provided. For adults, the facility offers an intensive outpatient program, SAIOP, with therapy sessions that last several hours per day. This 12-step program incorporates motivational interviewing and dialectical behavior therapy. It also treats co-occurring conditions such as anxiety or depression.

What patients are saying:

One client remarks, “Excellent approach to rehab. Was a different approach than other centers. Counselors are very helpful and knowledgeable. All staff members very friendly.” While another success story adds, “Clean, understanding, good employees who truly care. Wonderful place, very helpful 7 years sober thanks to them!”

Reviews:

  • 3.42 stars
  • 14 reviews

Al Con Counseling

Al Con

609 Walter Reed Drive
Greensboro, NC 27403
336-299-4655
Al-con-counseling-inc.business.site

This rehab facility offers treatment for adult men and women on an outpatient basis. The services include group and individual counseling to explore the reasons for drug and alcohol abuse. Family counseling is available to help addicts rebuild relationships. Relapse prevention strategies and behavioral counseling are also part of treatment to help patients learn healthy coping skills. Al Con Counseling accepts patients referred by the local court system, and Spanish-speaking therapists are available.

What patents are saying:

From one client, “Professional and empathic. I started out with a different “school” who treated us all like we were the scum of the earth regardless of the circumstances. I had to stop attending for a while due to some very severe personal circumstances. It was very poorly handled, but thankfully, I was referred to Al-Con. They were empathetic to an unusual situation and helped me deal with the logistics. The instructor was engaging, encouraged participation and made the “classes” as enjoyable as possible while covering important topics.”

Reviews:

  • 5 stars
  • 2 reviews

Freedom House

Freedom House

PO Box 38215
Greensboro, NC 27438
336-286-7622
Helpfreedomhouse.org

Freedom House is a Christian-based facility providing rehab services in long-term residential facilities that allow mothers and children to stay together as the mother works through the rehab process. The treatment involves individual therapy, group counseling sessions, and family counseling. Women are given vocational training, counseling to learn healthy coping skills, and parenting classes to help prepare them for more independent, sober living. An extensive aftercare program, including group housing, intensive outpatient therapy, and job placement services, helps with relapse prevention so clients can achieve lasting sobriety.

What patients are saying:

One five star review says, “This place is AMAZING!! I just went through the detox program last week. The staff is so great! Most are recovering addicts themselves. They come in every day with the goal of helping fellow addicts take their lives back from the grips of addiction. They work to get you detoxed then into other treatment centers. If you’re serious about recovery, I highly recommend this place!”

Reviews:

  • 3.33 stars
  • 36 reviews

Amethyst Consulting and Treatment Solutions

Amethyst

2706 Saint Jude Street
Greensboro, NC 27405
336-674-9781
Amethystcares.com

Couples, families, and individuals can all find help from Amethyst Consulting and Treatment Solutions. Its vision involves treatment with compassion and dignity for people who struggle with mental illness and substance abuse, without stigmatizing the individual. The services include a clinical and diagnostic assessment to determine any mental illnesses and an analysis of the extent of the patient’s addiction. Outpatient therapy consists of group and individual counseling while the patient remains in their own home. Family counseling services and psychiatric treatment are also available.

What patients are saying:

One successful client states, “Amethyst is a great facility! I have witnessed so many individuals benefit from their program. Everyone at the facility cares so much and will go above and beyond for their patients. Amethyst is a facility I would highly recommend to others searching for a dual diagnosis treatment facility.”

Reviews:

  • 4.87 stars
  • 115 reviews

Envisions of Life LLC

Envisions of Life

5 Centerview Drive, Suite 110
Greensboro, NC 27407-3709
336-887-1085
Envisionsoflife.com

This rehab facility offers outpatient treatment for substance abuse for men and women. Individual counseling, including determining underlying mental health issues, is provided after a comprehensive diagnostic examination. The individual’s readiness for treatment is analyzed and psychiatric care considered. The program aims to treat both mental illness and substance abuse of drugs and alcohol, focusing on adaptive behaviors to help clients deal healthily with life stressors. Family counseling is also available. Envisions of Life has a small residential treatment facility for men only.

What patients are saying:

From one grateful family member, “They have taken really good care of someone I love.”

Reviews:

  • 2.8 stars
  • 5 reviews

SAVED Foundation, Inc.

Saved Foundation

1 Centerview Drive, Suite 103
Greensboro, NC 27407
336-617-3152
Savedfound.org

A faith-based rehab center, SAVED Foundation offers hope, healing, and resilience for those who are struggling with substance abuse and mental illness. The treatment includes determining the source of trauma in each patient’s life and working through it via personal counseling and group therapy. The nature of addiction is also addressed, and clients are given therapy to help work through challenges in life using healthy coping skills. Patients are encouraged to build relationships and find comfort and security outside of drinking or using drugs. Professional mental health services are offered on an outpatient basis.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews available at this time

Reviews:

  • 5 stars
  • 1 review

Holly Hill Hospital

Holly Hill

3019 Falstaff Road
Raleigh, NC 27610
919-250-7000
Hollyhillhospital.com

Holly Hill Hospital offers dual-diagnosis treatment for substance abuse and mental illness on an outpatient basis. Adult services include group therapy sessions and one-on-one counseling with a licensed therapist to explore stress and trauma in the patient’s past and work through those issues to alleviate some of the desire to drink or use drugs. Those who have anxiety, depression, or other concerns may receive treatment for these using cognitive behavioral therapy or dialectical behavioral therapy. Addressing substance abuse as a result of grief or loss and offering communication and coping skills are also part of Holly Hill’s holistic approach to treating addiction.

What patients are saying:

From one five-star review, “I just got back home from being there for seven days. This place helped me during my darkest time. The staff were mostly friendly although a few were too aggressive when talking to the patients. My favorite therapist was Katlyn. She’s so compassion. Therefore, she speaks to the patients with great understanding…. Overall, others need to expect to follow the rules for their own safety by law, participate in groups, open up to psychologists, therapists, nurses, social workers, and patients as well as other staff while staying or you won’t be coming home. They want to ensure you are better before letting you go.”

Reviews:

  • 2.14 stars
  • 283 reviews

A CDM Assessment and Counseling of Guilford

A CDM Assessment

114 N. Elm Street, Suite 402
Greensboro, NC 27401
336-574-3772
Acdmassessment.com

This facility provides outpatient services for substance abuse. Programs include DWI and DUI counseling services. A CDM is a North Carolina court-approved therapy facility for those who have one of these charges. Other programs involve working with patients to help with issues that may contribute to substance abuse, such as anger management counseling and group therapy, to help build relationships.

What patients are saying:

One client has this to say, “Great place couldn’t recommend it more.:: and another says, “I could not be more satisfied with the experience I had at this place. Jan Boyce is an amazing woman, and makes the class extremely enjoyable.”

Reviews:

  • 2.97 stars
  • 14 reviews

II. Methodology

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 50 substance abuse treatment centers in the Greensboro area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

III. Getting Help in Greensboro

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in North Carolina.

Use our database to find a treatment center near you

The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of North Carolina recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.

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    IV. Greensboro Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

    Name City Program Telephone Spanish Hotline
    AA Randolph County Asheboro AA N/A N/A
    AA Rockingham County Wentworth AA (336) 854-4278 N/A
    Bladen, Cumberland, Robeson Central Office Fayetteville AA (910) 678-8733 N/A
    Boone Intergroup Boone AA (828) 264-1212;(828) 264-0208 N/A
    Borderline Area NA Borderline Area (Charlotte, Monroe, Pineville, Waxhaw, Weddington) NA N/A N/A
    Capital Area NA Capital Area (Greater Raleigh) NA (877) 590-6262 N/A
    Carteret County Answering Service Morehead AA (252) 726-8540 N/A
    Catawba Valley Area NA Catawba Valley Area (Greater Hickory) NA (866) 611-3650 N/A
    Central Office Murphy Murphy AA (828) 837-4440 N/A
    Central Office Winston-Salem Winston-Salem AA (336) 725-6031 N/A
    Central Piedmont Area NA Central Piedmont Area (Greater Concord) NA (704) 640-6488 N/A
    Coastal Carolina Area NA Coastal Carolina Area (Burgaw, Clinton, Jacksonville, E Arcadia, Oak Isl, Warsaw, Swansboro, Wilm) NA (800) 691-5427 N/A
    Crossroads Area NA Crossroads Area (Angier, Dunn, Lillington, Benson, Clayton, Selma, Smithfield) NA (800) 372-5447 N/A
    Dist 93 Intergroup Covering Outer Banks Kitty Hawk AA (252) 256-0850 N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, and Orange Counties Pittsboro AA (888) 237-3235;(919) 542-4664 N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance,Caswell,Chatham, Orange Counties Burlington AA (888) 237-3235;(336) 228-7611 N/A
    Dist. 33 Answering Service-Alamance,Caswell,Chatham, Orange Counties Chapel Hill AA (888) 237-3235;(919) 933-3877 N/A
    District 23 - Greensboro Greensboro AA (336) 854-4278 N/A
    Down East Area NA Down East Area (Greenville) NA (866) 321-1631 N/A
    Durham County Answering Service Durham County AA (919) 286-9499 N/A
    Foothills Area NA Foothills Area (Blowing Rock, Boone, Jefferson, Lenoir, N Wilkesboro, Marion, Morganton) NA (888) 593-5356 N/A
    Greater Charlotte Area NA Greater Charlotte Area NA (980) 200-9349 N/A
    Greater Sandhills Area NA Greater Sandhills Area (Fayetteville, Sanford) NA (866) 418-9500 N/A
    Greensboro Area NA Greensboro Area (High Point, Thomasville, Burlington, Graham) NA (866) 375-1272 N/A
    Greensboro Intergroup Greensboro AA (336) 274-1501;(336) 854-4278 N/A
    Iredell Intergroup Statesville AA (704) 878-6404 N/A
    Lake Norman Area NA Lake Norman Area NA (877) 424-5397 N/A
    Metrolina Intergroup Charlotte AA (877) 233-6853;(704) 377-0244;(704) 332-4387 N/A
    NC Mountain Central Office Asheville AA (828) 254-8539 N/A
    New Hope Area NA New Hope Area (Chapel Hill, Durham) NA (919) 831-5321 N/A
    North Carolina Mountain Area NA North Carolina Mountain Area (Swain, Buncombe, Haywood Counties) NA (888) 764-0365 N/A
    Oficina Intergrupal Hispana Siler City AA N/A (919) 633-1777
    Oficina Intergrupal Hispana de Charlotte Charlotte AA N/A (704) 302-2707
    Our Primary Purpose Area NA Our Primary Purpose Area (Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough, Pittsboro) NA (919) 831-5587 N/A
    Piedmont Area NA Piedmont Area (Greater Greensboro, High Point, Jacksonville) NA (800) 721-8225 N/A
    Sandhills Intergroup Aberdeen AA (800) 496-1742 N/A
    Southern Foothills Area NA Southern Foothills Area (Greater Gastonia) NA (866) 997-9559 N/A
    Southern Piedmont Area NA Southern Piedmont Area (Asheboro & Siler City) NA (866) 875-9751 N/A
    Tar Roanoke Area NA Tar Roanoke Area (Macon, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Wilson) NA N/A N/A
    Tri-County Intergroup Raleigh AA (919) 783-6144;(919) 783-8214 N/A
    Twin City Area NA Twin City Area (Greater Winston-Salem) NA (800) 365-1035 N/A
    Western NC Area NA Western NC Area (Greater Asheville) NA (866) 925-2148 N/A
    Western Piedmont Intergroup Association Inc. Gastonia AA (704) 865-1561 N/A
    Wilmington Intergroup Association Wilmington AA (910) 794-1840 N/A

    For more FAQs visit our rehab FAQ page.