I was 34 years old when I entered the doors of Healing Transitions. I was broken and desperate for a dramatic and much-needed change in…
Recovery is possible
for more people
$16.75 MILLION GOAL
Join us in our historic capital campaign, Recovery Can’t Wait, as we work to expand our men’s and women’s campuses so that more individuals in our community can find recovery, stay in recovery and live their best quality of life in recovery.
Watch to learn more about the need and better understand how you can give the power of recovery to more people in our community today.
In this campaign we will:
Evelyn Barber, Tri-Chair
Barbara Goodmon, Tri-Chair
Maria Spaulding, Tri-Chair
Jerry Bernstein, MD
Kyle & Matthew Szulik
Rosemary & Smedes York
Carol & Bob Bilbro, MD, Co-Chairs
Cecelia & Mike Condrey
Stephen Leinenweber, MD
Ann & Glenn Matteson
Tammi Williams, MD
Leon Woodruff, MD
“Please join us in making recovery possible for more men and women in our community! Our family has been involved with Healing Transitions since its inception and continues to be inspired by how effectively this organization helps people find and stay in recovery. The need is urgent, and Recovery Can’t Wait. Thank you for your support.”
— Carol and Bob Bilbro, Campaign Co-chairs
Together, we are building a community where
long-term recovery can flourish.
For over 315 people each night, Healing Transitions provides life-saving recovery services, at no cost to the participant, the moment someone asks for help. Healing Transitions is always open, especially to those who have nowhere else to turn – individuals who are homeless, uninsured, or underserved. We don’t turn people away, knowing their only other options are jails, emergency departments, or the streets. But, in the throes of a national opioid crisis – and with Wake County’s population increasing 66% since our opening in 2001 – the overcrowding is unsustainable, and the risks to individuals, families, and our community are increasing.
Expansion details include adding a combined total of 37,000 sq. ft. and renovating an additional 9,400 sq. ft. between both campuses. The additional space will include adding detox and shelter capacity, enlarging kitchen and dining space, adding classrooms, and building a new career and community center.
THE NEED IS GREAT. THE NEED IS URGENT.
Since opening our men’s campus in 2001 and our women’s campus in 2006, our success has positioned us as a leader in peer-driven recovery services. And the impact we’ve made in our community is profound. Healing Transitions is also a compassionate alternative to emergency departments, jails and the streets, and — per person — a much more cost-effective one.
SAVE LIVES. CHANGE REALITIES.