Rehabilitation Centers

Daymark Recovery Services Center

220 East 1st Avenue Extension
Lexington, NC – 27292
(336) 242-2450
Daymark Recovery Services is a non-profit organization established to provide comprehensive behavioral healthcare services as defined by those in the community in need of mental health or substance abuse treatment options. All of their staff are highly qualified individuals with a plethora of knowledge to suit individual care as needed. 


Lexington Treatment Associates

310 Murphy Drive
Lexington, NC – 27295
(336) 224-1919
Lexington Treatment Associates provides substance abuse services for men and women in an outpatient setting. Some of these services include individual and group counseling, behavioral therapy, substance abuse treatment, relapse prevention and anger management.


Path of Hope Incorporated

1675 East Center Street
Lexington, NC – 27292
(336) 248-8914
Path of Hope Inc., Mission is to meet the needs of all people suffering from the disease of alcoholism and other drug addiction by providing a safe secure environment focused on recovery.



For more than a decade, Monarch’s team of professionals have provided exceptional behavioral health services statewide. Experienced psychiatrists, therapists, nurses and other medical experts and staff in their many mental health offices use evidence-based practices to ensure they provide the best possible and highest quality care to people with mental illness or substance use disorders who are in search of recovery.


Four Directions Counseling and Recovery Center

9 West 3rd Street
Lexington, NC – 27292
(336) 224-0863
Four Directions Counseling & Recovery Center provides holistic counseling services for the treatment of substance and behavioral addictions, grief and trauma, codependency, and relationship repair.   Four Directions Counseling and Recovery Center enhance the quality of life for individuals, couples, and families by assuring that their counselors continue to develop personally and professionally through their own continued development and treatment.


Addiction Care Recovery Association

1931 Union Cross Road
Winston Salem, NC – 27107
(336) 784-9470
ARCA’s addiction recovery program is based in person centered philosophy and current best practice, evidenced based approaches. The ARCA program consists of a series of therapeutic activities which include psycho-educational groups on topics appropriate to personal recovery, group and individuals.


Treatment Centers LLC Rowan Treatment Associates

448 Jake Alexander Boulevard West
Salisbury, NC – 28147
(704) 645-8539
Treatment Centers LLC Rowan Treatment Associates provides substance abuse treatment services for adult men and women in an outpatient setting. These services include but are not limited to substance abuse services, behavioral therapy, individual and group counseling, relapse prevention and anger management.


Temporary Job Services:

Express Employment Professionals

Adecco Staffing

TRC Staffing Services

Davidson Works – Lexington

NC Works Career Center – Thomasville


Winston-Salem Rescue Mission:

718 N Trade St

Winston-Salem NC 27101



Salvation Army of Davidson County:

314 W. 9th Avenue
Lexington, NC 27292



Salvation Army of Winston-Salem:

255 North Trade Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
336-777-8611 ext. 66327


Salvation Army of Iredell County:

1361 Caldwell Street

Statesville NC 28677



Homeless Shelters:

Crisis Ministry of Davidson County – Lexington

Bethesda Center for the Homeless – Winston-Salem

Leslie’s House – High Point

Family Services Forsyth County – Winston-Salem

Samaritan Ministries – Winston-Salem

Family Services Shelter/Crisis – Winston-Salem

Open Door Ministries – High Point

Salvation Army – Winston-Salem

Rowan Helping Ministries – Salisbury

Father’s Storehouse – Thomasville


Birth certificates can be obtained at the Register of Deeds office of the county where the event took place or electronically at  

Social Security Administration (social security card) – 1-800-772-1213; my social security


State Identification Cards:

When applying for an ID card for the first time, an individual must visit an NCDMV driver license office with the following documents:

  1. One document verifying age and identity.
  2. A Social Security card or one document proving they have a Social Security number.
  3. For U.S. citizens, one document proving residency.
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