Operational Update 3/27/2020 – Regarding TASC/Criminal Justice and MAT
- If you have been referred for TASC or Criminal Justice services, staff will be contacting you and will be providing services via telehealth and/or HD Meeting, powered by Zoom.
- The Drug Education School (DES) class originally scheduled to begin Monday, 3/30/2020, has been postponed to begin Monday, 4/6/2020 and will be provided via HD Meeting, powered by Zoom. Your instructor will contact you with more information. Please check back here for more information on connecting to the DES class beginning Monday, 4/6/2020.
- If you experience any difficulty connecting to TASC or Criminal Justice services, please contact Louise Ferrell via email at email@example.com or phone at (704) 332-9001 extension 2264.
- Please call the Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) clinic of your choice to inquire about intake days/times. Click here to see all of our MAT clinic locations.
Operational Update 3/26/2020
- We are still accepting referrals for Residential and Outpatient Treatment admissions. Please contact Dentavius Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (704) 332-9001 extension 2230 for more information.
Operational Update 3/24/2020
- In accordance with the Mecklenburg County Stay at Home proclamation made on 3/24/2020 to take effect 3/26/2020, only the services deemed essential by the proclamation will continue at our Charlotte locations. Pursuant to the proclamation, Substance Use Disorder services are classified as essential under Human Services Operations.
Operational Update 3/18/2020
- We are closely monitoring the development of Coronavirus and shifting operations accordingly. We are adhering to CDC guidelines, as we continuously sanitize service areas and implement distance precautions. We are working diligently to deploy telehealth and remote workstations where applicable.
McLeod Center’s Medication Assisted Treatment clinics will be open from 5am-9am on April 10, 2020 (Good Friday).
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McLeod Addictive Disease Center is a Charlotte-based non-profit working since 1969 to provide quality behavioral health services to adults over the age of 18. Founded by a Charlotte pediatrician, we currently serve an average of 3,900 patients daily who have a primary diagnosis of substance use disorder in 9 locations across Piedmont and Western North Carolina. Our programs are designed to treat the individual who is struggling; not just the disease of addiction.