We thrive to keep those seeking help out of a life of addiction. We are a help-minded organization that puts the people we serve in the forefront of all our actions.
If this is your first recovery experience or you have been in and out of other programs, EBFH will most likely be a different kind of experience for you altogether. Our program is a "Recovery Home." It is not a "facility." We are a community of men who have wide ranges of backgrounds. We all share a common bond and that is living in a place that supports a clean and sober lifestyle.
Founded in 1989, the Fellowship Home is located in the historic district of Dunn, North Carolina. This is a small urban community well suited to early recovery. The home itself is unlike any other. It is a large 1940s Early Classic Revival style home that served for many years as the home for the pastor of First Baptist Church. Recently, it has been updated with modern amenities including central heating and air, community areas, Wi-Fi, semi-private bedrooms, large bathrooms and a backyard with a "Recovery Garden."
"Elmore-Blackley gave me the structure and support I needed to finally stay sober long enough for it to work. Now I have reconnected with my family and have a career again. You don't have to go it alone."
Our program provides a clean, safe, drug and alcohol free Home-Style atmosphere. This will allow you to establish a foundation of recovery from drug abuse. We offer a stable bridge between treatment and full independence. Our unique program combines several evidence based treatment models with a 12 step program for recovery. EBFH promotes individualized treatment plans tailored to your specific needs. You will receive motivational and cognitive therapies from highly trained licensed professionals.
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Telephone: 1. 9108926017 Address: 108 South Layton St. Dunn, NC 28334
"The help I received at the Fellowship Home was far more than I could have hoped for. I found the support I needed to overcome my addiction and enjoy life again. Thanks for helping me get my life back!"