COVID-19 Updates

Masks required at all SouthLight facilities

SouthLight is committed to keeping our clients healthy, safe, and connected to services 

SouthLight is a lifeline in our community and our clients need us now more than ever. We are committed to our clients while also protecting the health of our staff, clients and the community.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, SouthLight is working to keep individuals recovering from mental illness and substance use safe and connected with services.

Masks required 

Following a City of Raleigh ordinance, all clients and visitors will be required to wear a mask indoors at our facilities. If you do not have a mask, we will provide one. 

We are Welcoming New Clients​

Medical Records Request

Temporary eFax number: 1-888-890-6295.  

DURING COVID-19, we have set up a temporary eFax account. Please use this number for sending and receiving medical records during this crisis. 

Our “Virtual Doors” are Open with Telehealth

We are continuing to offer the same high quality, confidential services but in a new way: on a virtual platform, connecting with our providers and counselors using your computer or phone. 

​You will be encouraged to use one of our easy to use audio/visual platforms for the appointment.  If you do not have access to the internet for the audio/visual appointment, we will complete the assessment via phone.

Update on Services 

SouthLight Provides Stability in Unstable Times

SouthLight's COVID-19 Impact

2,019 clients supported with virtual counseling and substance use services
30,400 hours of therapy and medicine management provided
216 clients in treatment provided with temporary housing
43 women and children housed in residential treatment
739 mental health and substance use virtual groups
308 people enrolled in virtual judicial program
303 clients supported through Peer Support and community outreach
88 people provided mental health support in Wake Healthy Hotels

“You can’t move the world around you, but you can change your place in it. Even during a pandemic, the only limitations to your recovery are the ones you put on yourself.”

Christopher Deviney, Opioid Treatment Counselor

Need Help? New Client?

Call (919) 787-6131 ext. 1135 and our intake coordinator will assist you.
(919) 787-6131 ext. 1135