Behavioral Health Resources
Mental Health Resources for Veterans:
Freedom House Recovery Center:
Mental health and substance use treatment including psychiatric services and medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Freedom House also operates Facility-Based Crisis that is accessible 24/7/365 for those experiencing a mental health crisis or who are in need of immediate substance abuse treatment (detox and stabilization).
24/7 CRISIS: 1-866-275-9552
104 New Stateside Drive, Chapel Hill
UNC ASAP (Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program)
1101 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill 27514 (Chapel Hill North)
Community Empowerment Fund (CEF):
help with housing, finances, referral
208 N Columbia St, Suite 100, Chapel Hill 27514
Residential Treatment Programs Excel File
To use this file, open it and click ‘enable content’ button under toolbar. Click on the yellow ‘RESOURCE LIST’ tab button at the bottom left of the Excel window. Make appropriate selections in the yellow cells in the top row (click in the sell and look for the small gray box with a down arrow to the right and click on that arrow) for DURATION, GENDER, ALL COST OPTIONS, FAITH BASED?, STATE LICENSED?, ACCEPT METHADONE OR SUBOXONE?
Coordinated Opioid Overdose Reduction Effort (COORE)
COORE is a collaborative initiative that uses a comprehensive and therapeutic response to address the opioid epidemic. Amnesty is guaranteed to anyone who wishes to dispose of their drugs and/or paraphernalia who comes to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office with this intention. This program is a collaborative effort between the Orange County Sheriff’s Office (who spearheaded the program), CJRD, Orange County Emergency Management Services, Freedom House, and local police departments.
Orange County Health Departments Safe Syringe Exchange Program and Naloxone distribution:
National Alliance on Mental Illness:
Orange County Chapter of NAMI:
Stepping Up Initiative:
NC Harm Reduction Coalition: