If you are seeking Residential Treatment and you are NOT in a facility or hospital, please call Patient Access at 704 332 9001 extension 6034 to schedule an assessment.
If you are seeking Residential Treatment and you are in a facility or hospital, please complete and submit the form below, then call 704 332 9001 extension 2227 to inquire about bed dates.
McLeod Center has funding available through HOPWA/HUD for qualifying individuals who are PLWH to cover 28-day Residential Drug & Alcohol treatment.
Individuals must meet the following criteria:
- 18 years old or older
- Primary substance use disorder (SUD)- DSM-5 diagnosis
- Be a resident of Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan or Union counties in NC or Chester, Lancaster, or York counties in SC
- Photo ID
- Must be PLWH
- CD4 Count within the last 6 months
- Proof of income
McLeod Center has more than 40 years of experience treating alcohol and drug dependence in a residential setting. From initial assessment to aftercare, McLeod Center delivers a full continuum of care. Clients can expect to be treated with dignity and respect and to receive personalized and holistic care.
- 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.
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