Who We Are
Samaritan Colony is a 12-bed nonprofit residential chemical dependency treatment facility for men in Rockingham, NC. Since 1972, we have been committed to providing compassionate, coordinated care, and ongoing support to underserved men who suffer from addiction.
Samaritan Colony believes that addiction is a three-fold illness and unless all three areas are treated, a person's life can become unmanageable. These three areas are physical, mental, and spiritual.
28-Day Residential Treatment
Our program is a 12-Step facilitation program that includes evidence-based, cognitive, behavioral, social, and recreational therapies. We also provide character-building classes where men learn to put structure and responsibility back into their lives.Through individual and group therapy, family counseling, and essential life skills training, you will be able to livea sober life with confidence.
Addiction affects everyone, including the family. However, family support and commitment can make a huge impact on the recovery process. We'll give you the resources and counseling to begin the healing process together.
Recovery Housing and Aftercare Planning
We work with community collaboratives, religious, medical, social service, and criminal justice providers to offer education and to promote recovery in the Sandhills and other areas of North Carolina.
Friend of the Colony
Board Of Directors
Clint is the owner/operator of Griffin Toyota, Richmond County, NC
Lee is an Early Intervention Services Supervisor with Sandhills Children’s Development Service Agency in Rockingham, NC
Homemaker and Samaritan Colony volunteer
Dr. Townsend is a practicing physician with First Health of the Carolinas
Retired NBA professional basketball player and coach, Durham, NC
Retired from CSX Transportation, Moore County, NC
Semi-retired business owner, Richmond County
Former U.S. Marshall and Director of North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety, Troy, North Carolina