- Due to the Martin Luther King Day holiday, on Monday, January 17th, all McLeod Center locations will be closed to new patients.
- Monday, January 17th, all McLeod Center locations will be open 10:00AM – 1:00PM with Charlotte location open till 2:00pm for EXISTING PATIENTS ONLY.
- Tuesday, January 18th, non-MAT services at 515 Clanton Road open 10:00AM. Also, group & assessment is available online or call (704)332-9001.
- Tuesday, January 18th, MAT Services will be open per location:
- 5:00AM – 12:00PM (noon) for Charlotte & Monroe
- 8:00AM – 2:00PM for Concord, Gastonia, Hickory, & Statesville
- 8:00AM – 3:00PM for Lenoir
- 9:00AM – 3:00PM for Marion
- Tuesday, January 18th – TASC orientation is cancelled and will resume Wednesday, January 19th as scheduled.
Our Mission is Simple:
To Help People Get Well
To comply with Executive Order No. 147, as a public business, we require all patients, clients, vendors and staff to wear a face covering to enter the building. Please wear a mask prior to entry to help us keep you, our patients and our community safe.
All McLeod Center locations are tobacco-free as part of our commitment to patient and staff wellness. Learn more about the tobacco-free initiative by reading our official policy here.
We require all patients, clients, vendors, and staff to wear a face covering to enter the building. Please wear a mask prior to entry to help us keep you, our patients, and our community safe.
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. 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.
“Life takes lots of turns – we’re here to help.”
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