Fellowship Hall, Greensboro, North Carolina
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Fellowship Hall Overview
Fellowship Hall is a recovery center for patients who are struggling with addictions to drugs and alcohol, as well as those who are experiencing signs of co-occurring disorders. The center was established to provide effective treatment solutions that primarily take advantage of the standard 12-step treatment approach. Along with the standard treatment options, patients are also provided access to additional services and therapies that will make their time at Fellowship Hall not only more convenient and enjoyable but also help them recover for long-term sobriety.
The facility accepts multiple insurance programs, and financial arrangements can be made for those patients who are in a tough financial position at the time of admission.
Fellowship Hall Housing
Patients who need to be admitted into a residential program at Fellowship Hall will be provided full housing benefits. The company owns a property that spans 120 acres and provides the patient access to a relatively large building. Up to 77 patients can be housed and treated at Fellowship Hall at the same time.
Rooms in the facility are semi-private, and there are multiple bathrooms available throughout the facility that are shared among the patients who are being treated. The facility calls their location a campus, and there are several convenient features that the patient will be able to make use of.
Fellowship Hall Treatment Options
Fellowship Hall has both outpatient and residential treatment options that can help patients overcome the addictions that they have succumbed to, but it should be noted that the facility only provides treatment to patients who are dedicated to changing and becoming sober. The patient will first be analyzed by a licensed counselor before they are admitted to any treatment program. The counselor will need to determine the level of care that the patient would require for them to recover from their addictions effectively, and determine if any co-occurring disorders exist, which also need to be addressed in their individualized treatment program.
The facility is able to assist in the treatment of various addictions, including:
- Marijuana addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Opiate painkiller abuse
- Crystal meth addiction
- Cocaine addiction
Apart from being able to help patients overcome these addictions, different types of co-occurring disorders can also be treated, including:
- Panic disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Bipolar disorder
Fellowship Hall Therapies Provided
The specific types of therapies that will be provided to the patient depending on their unique situation and circumstances. After a counselor has assessed the patient, they will be able to assign them to counselors and psychiatrists who will be able to help them throughout recovery. All patients will undergo individual counseling sessions with a licensed and certified psychiatrist. In addition to one-on-one psychiatry, patients are also provided access to frequent group sessions. AA and NA meetings are also available, but held off-campus, and will provide the patient with educational sessions as well.
Fellowship Hall Payment Options
Patients who are covered by a health insurance policy need to bring their policy details with them when they are assessed to determine if their current plan with their insurance provider would cover the cost of treatment. Several insurance programs are accepted at Fellowship Hall. Patients who do not have access to an existing healthcare policy may apply for special financial arrangements.
Fellowship Hall Accreditations
Fellowship Hall holds multiple licenses, memberships, and accreditations, all offering the patient evidence of the care that they are able to provide them with. The facility was the very first addiction treatment center to be licensed by the North Carolina State Department of Health and Human Services. The facility has also obtained multiple accreditations from the Joint Commission since 1974. Additionally, Fellowship Hall is also a member of several national bodies, including:
- The National Association for Addiction Professionals
- The Addiction Professionals of NC
- The International Nurses Society on Addictions
- The National Association of Addiction Treatment Professionals
Fellowship Hall Amenities
Apart from the dual-diagnosis programs offered at Fellowship Hall, patients are given access to a range of other amenities that will be convenient to them while they are being treated at the center. Each patient is provided adequate storage space for their personal belongings, as well as closet space where they can keep their clothes during their treatment period. There are also staff members at the facility all the time, day and night, to ensure all patients can gain access to support whenever they need it.
All patients will have three main meals every day, which will include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Additionally, patients will have access to tea and coffee, juice, and soda, throughout the day. The meals cooked and provided to patients at the facility are all healthy. The idea is to help improve the nutritional balance among all patients.
Fellowship Hall Staff
Fellowship Hall has not provided any type of information regarding their staff members or the directors who are involved in the operations of the facility. We were also unable to find details of whether the physicians and psychiatrists who treat patients at the facility are appropriately licensed. There are, however, mentions of several licenses and accreditations held by the facility, which means they do most likely have staff members who are certified with the appropriate boards.
Patients may feel more comfortable knowing about the credentials of staff members at a facility like Fellowship Hall before they decide to undergo treatment. Such patients are advised to get in touch with the facility in order to understand how the medical team operates and whether they hold certifications and licenses to prove their professionalism in treating addiction disorders.
Greensboro, NC, 27405
Where do calls go
Calls to our general hotline may be answered by private treatment providers.