SouthLight Healthcare

Substance Abuse treatment for the Triangle

Call Us: 919-787-6131

Residential Treatment

Housing. Hope. Healing.

SouthLight Healthcare offers two options for adult clients in need of more intensive services. Our residential treatment programs focus on the most vulnerable adults – pregnant women who are struggling with addiction and the chronically addicted, homeless/marginally-housed adults.

Pregnant and Postpartum Residential Treatment
A 16-bed, 24 hour residential treatment program that provides supportive wrap-around services for eligible pregnant women and women with children recovering from substance abuse. The emphasis is on the elimination of  substance use  and the improvement of family functioning.

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AVAILABLE SERVICES
Evaluation, Assessment and Referral
Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment
Individual Counseling
Group Therapy
Child Developmental and Social-Emotional Screenings
Population Specific Life Skills Development
Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Monitoring
Connection to SouthLight’s Opioid Treatment Program

For more information, call 919-557-6997 ext: 1621, 1623, or 1624   


Supervised Independent Living
Supervised Independent Living is a unique program that was initiated in 1989 to address the community recognized need for a complete continuum of residential services for the chronically addicted adult with multiple life issues, including homelessness and mental health disorders.  Supervised Independent Living is a 6-month transitional housing program for the homeless, chronically addicted adult.

We work together to increase client awareness, accountability, and empowerment in a safe, sober environment; giving each individual the foundation for long term self-sufficiency and increased quality of life.

OAVAILABLE SERVICES
Short Term Housing
Comprehensive Rehabilitation & Substance Abuse Treatment
Life Skills & Daily Living Activities
Job Placement Initiatives
Psychiatric Services & Medication Management

For more information, please call Denise Thompson at 919-250-9126