We believe everyone has the right to recover.

Our mission is to provide a structured residential setting for men recovering from substance use disorders.

Our goal is to provide a therapeutic environment that helps men  recovering from substance use disorders gain control of their lives, generate hope for the future and accomplish new goals.

Our vision is a community where individuals recover from substance use disorders and thrive.

Our core values include equity, diversity, inclusion and tolerance.

For more than 58 years, The Fellowship Home has been successful in helping men overcome substance use disorders.  Our supportive residential program creates sustainable positive change and growth in program participants’ lives. We are fully licensed by the State of North Carolina and proud to be a United Way partner agency.

The program’s mission is to provide opportunity, guidance, and education to those with addictions and assist them to make positive life changes, in order to become responsible and productive members of society.

FIRST at Blue Ridge is a North Carolina Licensed Peer Led – Peer driven, 12 Step Based, Modified Therapeutic Community with an Intensive Clinical Overlay.

FIRST is a residential therapeutic community for individuals with chronic substance use disorders and provides transitional housing, group counseling, self-help meetings, case management, job-placement assistance, and other services to individuals struggling with addiction, homelessness, unemployment and involvement with the criminal justice system.

The program’s mission is to provide opportunity, guidance, and education to those with addictions and assist them to make positive life changes, in order to become responsible and productive members of society. The campus is comprised of a five story residential building with the capacity for eighty-five men, a sixty-five bed women’s facility, and other administrative, mechanical, landscaping, and transitional housing residences

First Step Farm of WNC, Inc. is a private, non-profit corporation chartered in 1976.  We are a North Carolina licensed residential supervised living center for substance dependent adults, serving all 100 counties of North Carolina.  We are located in the beautiful Pisgah Mountains of Western North Carolina in Candler, NC, a short distance from Asheville. We are licensed by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community members, and operated by qualified, licensed staff (many recovering) with years of experience in chemical and alcohol recovery.

We accomplish our goal through a Work Therapy Program, Counseling, and Self-Help Meetings all coordinated around the 12 Step self-help fellowships of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Under caring experienced staff supervision, First Step Farm substitutes good healthy food, qualified counseling, and a sense of personal accomplishment and pride instead of dependency upon alcohol and addictive drugs. Central to the program is the attitude, motivation and performance of the individual resident.

Freedom House is a 9-12 month recovery program for women and children located in Greensboro, North Carolina.  We offer comprehensive, holistic services, in a Christ-centered, family environment.  Freedom House was established in 2006 to meet a desperate need to provide for the physical, mental, and spiritual demands of families seeking recovery. Freedom House is a Christian 12-step program. For one year, we provide structure, housing, transportation, substance abuse counseling, and life-skills training for women and their children who are willing to fight for a brighter future.  In addition, we offer assistance and support for graduates through our Aftercare Program to ensure our families maintain their sobriety for years after treatment.

TROSA is a licensed, innovative, multi-year residential treatment program. TROSA is a cost-free program. You do not need insurance. TROSA is a peer-driven program. Each day, TROSA gives more than 400 men and women the tools and support they need to be productive, recovering individuals by providing life skills and vocational training, education, health services, counseling, mentoring, and continuing care. Most importantly, we provide a safe space for peers to help each other in their recovery. We provide these services and housing, food, clothing, and personal care items to every resident at no charge.

TROSA offers a range of individual and group therapies to help individuals with issues such as depression, anxiety, and trauma.

TROSA’s program model provides ongoing support and mentorship. The TROSA community relies on its members, both staff and those in the program, as key agents of change. These change agents influence individual attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors associated with drug use. Our motto, “Each One, Teach One,” reflects the importance of peer support in our program and the community’s vital role in achieving and maintaining recovery.

We believe all people struggling with addiction (especially the homeless, uninsured and underserved) deserve services on demand. That’s why we offer both a men’s campus and a women’s campus tailored to serve their unique needs. At Healing Transitions, we’re all about freedom, dignity, and hope. We do this through a long-term recovery program, a non-medical detox and an emergency shelter. We make it our mission to see the potential that exists in each person, even when they are at their lowest point.

We’re here for all people, under the influence or not, and regardless of readiness for change. Because everyone needs a glimpse of hope to believe life can get better. And even one encounter with someone in our village (whether participant, alumni or staff) might just save their lives. So, whatever brings them here, and however long they’re willing to stay, our doors are always open. No matter what.

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