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Samaritan Colony

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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center

COVID-19 UPDATE

Online/Digital Recovery Support Resources

Our top priority is the heath and safety of our guests, their families and our employees.  We will continue to provide quality, comprehensive residential treatment services as we operate under our infectious disease protocols and recommendations from the CDC and our state health department.

To reduce potential risks, we have implemented the following changes until further notice:

  • Visitation has been suspended
  • All family programs have been suspended
  • Tuesday and Sunday night recovery meetings that were open to the public are canceled
  • Sunday Spiritual Services are canceled

Thank you for your cooperation.  Be well and be safe.

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on individuals, families and communities challenged by substance use disorders throughout North Carolina. Here is how First Responders can help.

Who We Are

Our Services

28-day Residential Treatment Services

Our program is a 12-Step facilitation program that includes evidence based, cognitive, behavioral, social, and recreational therapies.  Our guests also attend character building classes and learn to put structure and responsibility back into their lives.  Through group therapy, individual therapy, family counseling and essential life skills training, you will learn to face your addiction with confidence.  

Family Program

Addiction affects everyone, including the family.  However, family support and commitment can make a huge impact in the recovery process.  We'll give you the resources and counseling to begin the healing process together.  

Recovery Housing and Aftercare Planning

Clinical staff works with you before you leave to coordinate a plan for aftercare and housing if needed.  Some men will return home to their families and jobs while others will consider going back to school or will need jobs and recovery supported housing.  

Community Outreach

We work with community collaboratives, religious, medical, social service and criminal justice providers to provide education to promote recovery in the Sandhills and surrounding areas in North Carolina.  

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All clinical staff are in long-term recovery.

Our Staff

Executive Director 

Harold Pearson, LCAS


Program Director

Constance Pearson LCMHC,  LCAS, CCS, MAC


Clinicians

Robert Smith CADC  

Barry Hill, CADC


Services Coordinator 

Mark Christopher


Admin Assistant 

Nikki Wells


Medical Staff 

Roger Mitchell PA  

Thomas Lineberger MD


Night Staff 

Chad Anderson  

Buster Fairley


Cook  

Ron Rainwater

Thank you for your support.

Your contributions will enable us to meet our goals and help to reduce the effects of addiction on families and communities

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

We are grateful for the generous support of our partners.

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