Avg. cost - Per Month - $10,001 - $15,000

Fellowship Hall

5140 Dunstan Road

Greensboro, NC 27405

Tel :

Primary focus of Provider
  • Substance abuse treatment
Service Provided
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Detoxification
  • HalfWay house
Type of Care
  • Hospital inpatient
  • Outpatient
  • Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)
  • Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)


Continuously Accredited by JCAHO since 1975.

Form of Payment, Insurance Accepted, and Fellowship Hall Cost

  • Forms of payment
    • Private health insurance
    • Self payment
    • State Financed (other than Medicaid)
  • Average Treatment Cost
    Per Month : $10,001 - $15,000

Other Information

  • Gender


  • Pets Allowed?


  • Patient to staff ratio


  • Avg. length of program (in days)
    Residential Outpatient Intensive Outpatient
    21-28 NA-NA 28-28
  • What success means to us

    Independent Outcome Study showed that 69% of patients were still clean and sober 12 months after treatment.

Organization & Facilities

  • Year Started


  • Business Status

    Non Profit

  • Number of Beds


  • Average stay (Residential)

    Average stay in days : 21 to 28

  • Average stay (Intensive Outpatient)

    Average stay in days : 28 to 28

  • Average stay (Outpatient)

    Average stay in days : NA to NA

  • Private rooms available


  • Management Team
    • Brad Marino, MPH, FACHE - President and CEO
    • Michael Washo, MD - Medical Director
    • Kelly Scaggs, LCSW, LCAS - Clinical Director
    • Debra Bergman, LMFT - Director of Business Development


  • Provided during treatment
    • Subutex
    • Medications for psychiatric Disorders
    • Naltrexone
    • Nicotine replacement
  • Maintenance program


  • Services offered
    • After care services offered.
    • Track patients' progress post care


  • Alumni Services
    • Alumni networking and special events
    • Special programs for alumni


  • Licenses
    Licensed By Type Of License
    State of North Carolina
  • Accreditations
  • Membership


fellowship hall - Treatment Center Reviews (from Users)

1 Reviews









I had a good experience at Fellowship Hall and found great benefits from the program. I was there 28 days. Finances were a huge concern for me and my family, but the staff worked with me and my insurance company prior to my arrival to make sure that we understood the cost and what would be covered. We paid in full up front with the understanding that my therapeutic team would give regular updates to the insurance company who would in-turn continue or cancel my coverage at Fellowship. I was lucky to have been approved for a total of 26 days by my insurance company and then scholarshipped the final two days. The experience was incredible and although it put a financial strain on me and my family, we made it work. Fast forward 9 months, I received a letter in the mail from Fellowship that stated I had an account balance of several thousand dollars. Confused, I called to inquire about how I could have a balance and was told that my insurance company made a mistake during my admission process and that I now owed a substantial amount of money. When I asked about the documents I signed during my 'check-out' that showed the amount I owed (which was $459), the lady on the phone said "that document states that it's just an estimate. It's right there in black and white." She was rude, cold and condescending. She told me to write a letter to Mike Yow (CEO). Today I received a second collection letter from Fellowship, only the second time I've ever been notified about the balance. The letter was aggressive and inappropriate. Please, please make sure that you understand what your financial liability is before sending your loved one to Fellowship. We put a lot of trust in our meetings with our guest account representative at Fellowship, and now we are in a major financial bind because we believed what they told us.

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