If you would like to receive alcohol or drug treatment off campus or feel like your substance abuse needs cannot be met on campus, here are some excellent resources in Winston-Salem community. They offer a range of services from individual to group treatment programs. Also, some of these centers conduct substance abuse assessments for Wake Forest students.
Twin City Counseling Center
523 Summit Street
Forsyth Behavioral Outpatient
3821 Forrestgate Dr.
1001 S. Marshall Street
Wake Forest Baptist Health – Intensive Outpatient Program
CenterPoint Human Services
24-7 referral line: 888.581.9988
There are a few ways to get in touch with Alcoholics Anonymous:
- The AA Answering Service Helpline can be accessed by dialing 336.725.6031.
On the web:
- The local AA information and meeting guide can be found at www.w-saa.org
- The national AA website is www.aa.org
- Live chat, online voice based forums and email meetings are conducted online at www.aa-intergroup.org
Off-Campus Meetings recommended for college students:
- Summit (open to all) on Wednesdays at 8pm – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 520 Summit Street, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Young People’s Group (open to all) on Fridays at 8pm – Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 1038 Miller Street, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Fellowship (open to all) on Sundays at 9am – South Park Recreation Center, 4403 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Tolerance (open to all) on Thursdays at 6pm and Saturdays at 10am – Trinity Presbyterian Church, 1416 Bolton Street, Winston-Salem, NC.
AA Meeting Schedule: Current_AA_Schedule
There are a couple of ways to get in touch with Narcotics Anonymous:
- The NA Answering Service Helpline can be accessed by dialing 1.800.365.1035.
On the web:
- The local NA information and meeting guide can be found at http://www.tcana.org/index.php
NA Meeting Schedule: NA Schedule