McLeod Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which specializes in the treatment of substance use disorders. In all of our programs, patients are guided through a full continuum of care that begins with a comprehensive clinical assessment and leads into continuing care services. Our programs are designed to treat the individual who is struggling; not just the disease of addiction.
McLeod Center offers Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at 8 clinics across North Carolina. Please call the clinic of your choosing to inquire about intake days.
Hours of Operation for all MAT clinics:
Monday-Friday: 5 am-12 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 6 am-9 am
The Charlotte MAT clinic is currently completing intake on Wednesdays from 7am-11am only.
521 Clanton Road
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: (704) 755-0150
Fax: (704) 295-4937
300 Copperfield Blvd.
Concord, NC 28025
Phone: (704) 782-3131
Fax: (980) 292-8043
549 Cox Rd
Gastonia, NC 28054
Phone: (704) 865-1558
Fax: (980) 292-8038
1170 Fairgrove Church Rd.
Hickory, NC 28601
Phone: (828) 464-1172
Fax: (828) 464-1175
222 Morganton Blvd. SW
Lenoir, NC 28645
Phone: (828) 610-2740
Fax: (828) 536-4926
117 West Medical Court
Marion, NC 28752
Phone: (828) 659-3966
Fax: (828) 536-4921
2208 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC 28110
Phone: (704) 289-9869
Fax: (980) 292-8039
636 Signal Hill Dr. Extension
Statesville, NC 28625
Phone: (704) 871-2992
Fax: (980) 292-8042
McLeod Center’s Criminal Justice Department offers a wide variety of services including Drug Education School, Cognitive Behavioral Intervention, DWI assessments and 20/40/90 Hour Services, and Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities.
Have you recently been charged or convicted of a DWI in North Carolina? The first step in the license restoration process is to obtain a DWI assessment by an agency fully licensed in North Carolina as a DWI service provider. The assessment helps to determine what level of substance use education or treatment you will be required to complete to restore your driving privileges. The assessment which is typically about 1 ½ hours includes a review of the individual’s substance use history, a clinical interview, review of driving record, and completion of a structured assessment questionnaire.
In the state of North Carolina, everyone that is charged with a DWI is required to have a recommendation of either education or Substance Use Treatment.
Please click the links below for more information
To inquire about bed dates for Adult Residential treatment,
please call Michelle Barker at (704) 332-9001, extension 2286.
To determine eligibility for Treatment Admission,
please complete and submit the form below:
Submit the completed above form to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or to the attention of Michelle Barker via fax to (704) 972-2086.
- Residential Treatment: Length of stay is generally 28 days, but can be tailored to satisfy individual client needs that incorporate education on the disease of addiction with individual, group and family counseling. Residential Treatment may be followed by SAIOP, Aftercare, or referral to an outside agency for long-term sober living environment. The cost of the program may be covered by Area funding, self-pay, and some Insurance companies. We are licensed for 36 bed capacity, and currently manage 24 for capacity.
- Residential DWI: McLeod Center’s Residential DWI Program is a treatment alternative to incarceration for DWI charges. In consideration of substance use history and legal implications of the client’s DWI, the length of stay may be anywhere from 7 to 30 days. While clients are in the Residential DWI Program, they also have the option of completing a DWI Assessment with a state-certified DWI assessor for additional $100 fee.
McLeod Center offers a Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) for individuals struggling with substance use disorder. This treatment program is designed to assist adults in pursuing recovery and developing skills to maintain a lifestyle of recovery.
SAIOP is a 90 day or 8-12 week program that combines educational group lectures with intensive group sessions. Group sessions are held in the morning and evening, 3 times per week for 3 hours. The cost of the program may be covered by Medicaid, area funding, and some insurance companies.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Additionally, a Multi-Family group meets weekly on Saturdays from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Clients in SAIOP and their families are welcome and encouraged to attend.
What does SAIOP include?
- Individual counseling and treatment planning with a primary counselor
- Group counseling
- Family/significant other counseling in a multi-family group
- Introduction to 12 step recovery groups and philosophies
- Education pertaining to substance abuse disorders and recovery; including Relapse Prevention
- Referral services