FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Is The Fellowship Home a treatment facility?
No, The Fellowship Home is not a treatment facility. We do not have medical personnel on staff. The Fellowship Home provides a twelve-step oriented, non-sectarian, non-profit residential program for men recovering from substance use disorders. The structured setting of the house offers opportunities for growth and change in a supportive atmosphere. Fellowship Home residents are actively involved in their transition from dependency to self-reliance.
Does The Fellowship Home charge fees?
Yes, The Fellowship Home charges a fee of $100 per week.
What is the length of The Fellowship Home program?
The Fellowship Home’s Comprehensive Relapse Prevention Program is a two-year program with a nine-month residential component followed by 15 months of aftercare.
Where is The Fellowship Home located?
The Fellowship Home is located at 661 N. Spring Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101. We are in the historic West End District near downtown.
Who does The Fellowship Home serve?
The Fellowship Home is open to men between the age of 18 and 65 with a history of substance abuse and a desire to maintain a substance free lifestyle. All clients must have completed detoxification before entering the home, but must still be in the first stages (first nine months) of recovery from addiction. The Fellowship Home accommodates ten residents and two live-in staff.
How does one apply to The Fellowship Home?
The Fellowship Home accepts referrals from individuals, treatment centers, and social welfare organizations. We maintain an active waiting list that is updated daily. Contact us for more information or apply online here.
Can I keep my job while at The Fellowship Home?
Yes. In fact, all residents are required to work; and if unemployed, are first tasked with finding employment. All activities are scheduled in the evenings and new residents are required to work a first-shift job. No resident will be admitted working a second- or third-shift job.
Can I take a tour of The Fellowship Home?
Yes. Our door is always open; however, we prefer that you (particularly groups) make an appointment to visit us.