Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) is a non-profit organization that helps to reduce the impact of substance abuse in our community through providing prevention and treatment services to individuals and families impacted by addictive disease. ADS has a commitment to excellence. It is our goal to provide the individuals and families we serve with compassion and support through offering the highest quality services.
That ADS will be the key provider of cutting edge, best practice services that meet the needs of those impacted by substance abuse.
To promote health and wellness through providing high-quality substance abuse prevention and treatment services that transform lives.
What We Do
We provide prevention and early intervention services, education, individual and group counseling, and special medical services to residents of the Piedmont Triad and Central North Carolina.
Prevention & Intervention Services are provided in the following counties:
Outpatient Treatment Services are provided in the following counties:
Opioid Treatment Services are provided in Greensboro, NC for residents of most central North Carolina counties
ADS began with the understanding that people can and do change and that recovery is possible. ADS began with a commitment to a better future – for every one of us affected by substance abuse.
The origins of our agency began in Guilford County in 1971. We have a long and established history of providing care for people suffering from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. ADS is the result of several mergers which brought together years of expertise and key providers of alcohol and drug prevention and treatment services in Guilford County.
Our team of professional staff consists of a Clinical Psychiatrist, a Doctor of Nursing Practice/Certified Family Nurse Practitioner/Certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialists, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultants, and a State Certified HIV Educator.
Excellent therapist and teacher.
It helps to be able to talk with someone.
I really enjoyed coming to class. It helped me a lot. Thank you.
I learned a lot about addiction and disease and how to not feel guilty about my past. I was able to stay clean and get the help I needed by coming to class and talking and listening.
IOP and Aftercare have really helped me in my addiction and to know what to do in the future. Thanks for giving me my life back.
Everyone at both clinics (East & West) are extremely wonderful and helpful. I feel like they’re family.
ADS saved my life and are some of the greatest people I’ve ever known.
I came here wanting help and ADS has provided more than expected. I thank them very much.
This program is a good place. Without it, I don’t know where I would be right now. Thank you guys!
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