ABOUT FELLOWSHIP HEALTH RESOURCES – NORTH CAROLINA
Fellowship Health Resources (FHR) is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting mental health and substance abuse recovery since 1975. Today, FHR serves more than 7,000 people a year through its more than 80 community-based community programs in seven different states. At its facility in Raleigh, N.C. the organization runs outpatient and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs, respectively, for issues of behavioral health and substance abuse.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Programming at Fellowship Health Resources utilizes the PRISMModel; Person-Centered, Respectful, Individualized, Strengths-Based, and Mission Driven. All treatment takes place in a community setting and on an outpatient basis.
The Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic offers individual, group, and family therapy as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring. The program makes use of various evidence-based practices like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Similarly featuring individual and group therapy, the 12-week long IOP track for substance use is simultaneously equipped to address a client’s mental health concerns. Transportation is available for those in IOP.
While enrolled in one of these two programs, clients are encouraged to attend classes at Studio 35, FHR’s therapeutic arts program. Here, they’ll have opportunity for self-expression, gain an education in art history, and develop their confidence and self-esteem.
Additional services include DWI assessment and treatment, peer recovery support, and psychosocial rehabilitation.
Fellowship Health Resources maintains accreditation with CARF International and features an executive team of regional directors in each of its seven states of operation. Additional details on treatment staff are not given.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Feedback provided by an anonymous alum, the sole Best-rehabs.com reviewer to date, was mixed. Despite calling the staff here both “Very personable,” and “Very great,” alum J.J.G. gave only one star for the staff’s level of training and experience, the counseling options, and the co-occurring treatment. On a more positive note, he left five stars for the effectiveness of treatment itself.
Four Google reviewers collectively awarded the organization’s facility in Raleigh an average rating of 4.0 out of five stars. O.O. called it a “Fantastic place with great resources and individuals,” though Michael warned others: “Do anything you can to avoid this place.”
There is currently no information provided on the organization’s website or otherwise regarding its treatment costs, however, the single individual polled by Best-rehabs.com gave FHR three stars for its affordability.