Community Resources for Addiction and Recovery

It can be difficult to locate the right help for yourself or a loved one who is dealing with addiction. We’ve gathered some links below to excellent addiction resources in the Greensboro area. These resources include treatment providers and free support groups. If you aren’t sure what kind of assistance would work best for you, please contact us and we may be able to help with a referral. If you want to learn more about addiction and substance use disorders, visit our information page.

Community Services for Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health

  • Triad Behavioral Resources – Outpatient addiction and substance abuse treatment, offering medication assisted treatment and individual and group counseling
  • Fellowship Hall – A private, not-for-profit treatment center offering a full continuum of care (including inpatient, intensive out-patient, extended treatment, and transitional housing, with an emphasis on gender-responsive treatment)
  • Alcohol & Drug Services – Offers prevention, early intervention, education, and treatment services (inpatient and outpatient) for residents of the Piedmont, NC area. Specialize in providing care for uninsured and underinsured people
  • Sandhills Center – Provides referrals to a number of different services for mental health and substance abuse.
  • Cone Behavioral Health – Offers short-term, hospital-based inpatient treatment for people experiencing a mental health crisis, with a goal of stabilization and referral to follow-up care after discharge

Recovery Support Groups

  • Narcotics Anonymous (Greensboro Area) – 12-step program for people recovering from the disease of addiction, includes 24-hour hotline and local meeting schedules
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (Greensboro Area) – 12-step program for people recovering from the disease of alcoholism, includes 24-hour hotline and local meeting schedules
  • SMART Recovery – “Self-Management And Recovery Training,” a support program for people with addiction that uses a cognitive and behavioral approach to recovery
  • Nar-Anon Family Groups – 12-step program for families and friends of people with addiction
  • Al-Anon Family Groups – 12-step program for friends and families of problem drinkers
  • Alateen – 12-step support group for teens affected by family members with drinking problems

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many support groups have moved their meetings to an online format. The websites above will give you schedules and information to access online support groups. The graphic below shows other digital resources for finding recovery support groups.

Infographic listing online/digital recovery support resources