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White Memorial Presbyterian Church Major Mission Partner 2024

About SouthLight

SouthLight Healthcare is one of North Carolina’s largest nonprofit providers of outpatient and community-based services for mental health and substance use treatment. In 2023, our work helped transform the lives of nearly 7,500 people.

For more than 50 years, we have provided critically needed services while ensuring people from all backgrounds and all walks of life have access to high-quality care, regardless of their ability to pay.

Major Mission Project

In 2022, SouthLight launched a $3.5 million capital campaign to pay for the renovation of our outpatient treatment center, where 500 clients receive treatment every day. To date, we have raised $2,910,000 – or 80% of our total campaign goal.

The comprehensive, three-phase renovation will transform our center into a modern client-centered behavioral health facility with more counseling rooms, medical spaces, an expanded resource center, and an on-site pharmacy.

Through this comprehensive renovation, SouthLight will expand the space and resources available to clients in need of counseling and treatment, and create an environment reflective of the quality of care we provide for clients.

Your support will go to the renovation of our Garner Road Treatment Center to ensure the center reflects the quality of care and support that our staff provides for the community.

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Improvement Renovations

+ New Drop-In Center

At our new Drop-In Center, active clients will access case management services from Peer Support Specialists as well as a computer work station, a lending library, a charging station, a coffee café, and a client supply pantry that includes hygiene kits, clothes, and non-perishable food items.

+ Expanded Central Reception Area

The expanded Central Reception Area, where clients check in to receive services and assessments, feature charging stations, televisions, and a play-area for children. Centralizing the building’s point of entry will streamline service accessibility, increase safety and security for clients and staff, enable us to offer greater access for individuals seeking walk-in services, and allow space for community partners to provide services on site.

+ Larger Multi-Use Spaces

SouthLight will double the number of larger Multi-Use Spaces equipped to host socially-distanced, in-person treatment groups as well as hybrid groups via A/V setup. These spaces will also serve as conference rooms and training center for staff and community partners. The renovation will increase total multi-use spaces from 3 to 6.

+ Larger Individual Treatment Space

SouthLight will increase the number of larger Individual Treatment Spaces equipped to host socially-distanced, in-person individual therapy and telehealth sessions. These spaces will double as individual work spaces for SouthLight team members. The renovation will increase total individual treatment spaces from 12 to 20.

Want to see SouthLight in person?

Contact Jim Dempsey, Director of Development
e: dempseyj@southlight.org
o: (919) 787-6131 x1113
c: (202) 870-0942

We are especially grateful to the following supporters of a project that will ensure the center reflects the quality of care and support that our staff provides for the community: