We help individuals regain their lives through overcoming their addictions 


Bridge To Recovery (BTR) is a clinical addiction resource center with a gentle Christian emphasis. BTR welcomes all denominations and non-believers without prejudice or judgment. We offer professional care in a comfortable, “homey” environment, combining Clinical Treatment with 12-Step Intervention and Spiritual Renewal.

Healing mind, body and spirit requires a blend of professional care and “real-life” experience. Our professional counselors are licensed/certified in North Carolina, and most have a Masters level education. They provide evidence-based intervention and utilize widely accepted clinical approaches. Our General Staff are personally experienced in 12-Step recovery, and provide a knowledge-based approach to intervention.

BTR has several programs and strives to offer recovery opportunities to all in need. We have many free services and our low-cost programs are designed to be high-value and highly professional. We believe in providing healing from addiction and addressing issues people are facing by meeting their mind, body, and spirit needs. BTR offers a loving, supportive, and healing environment; personal attention you won’t find in a hospital or institutional setting. Our charitable mission is to remove the financial barriers people face when they are desperately seeking recovery.


Community Event recap to raise awareness of recovery from drugs and alcohol!

hear from one of our Co-Founder's

Jim Allread explains The Bridge To Recovery


once a decision to get help is made you must act fast

Addiction, depression and suicide often go hand in hand and the opportunity for intervention is usually brief. Despondency can run so deep that the individuals give up quickly if help is not immediate. Individuals truly seeking sobriety are often lost along the way due to the lack of available services and difficulty accessing the services that do exist. Bridge to Recovery removes the barriers and thus forms a "bridge" to recovery for individuals who desperately want help.



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