This portal is a list of needs from area nonprofits in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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|Custom Content||This entry was submitted on 10/24/2020|
|Nonprofit Name||Fellowship Hall, Inc.|
|Contact Person's Name||Alltina Layman|
|Mobile Phone||(336) 553-6625|
|Nonprofit Office Address||5140 Dunstan Road|
Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
|Our Service Focus||Health|
|First Need||Product (that can be purchased & delivered)|
|What service are you providing?|
Fellowship Hall is a residential alcohol and drug treatment center for individuals 18 and up. Our continuum of care includes our residential Primary Program, Extended Program, as well as Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, and sober living houses. We were NC's first specialty hospital and have been open since 1971.
|Area Served||Guilford County Wide|
|Product Complete Name||Sani-Cloth HB Germicidal Disposable Wipe Large or like product|
|Link to product online||https://clinicalsupplycompany.com/products/sani-cloth-hb-germicidal-disposable-wipe-large|
|Send product to ATTN of (name)||Billy Wyrick|
|Deliver to my organization's address entered above|
|Second Need||Service (advice, consultation)|
|2. What service are you providing?|
Fellowship Hall is a residential alcohol and drug treatment center for individuals 18 years of age and up. In addition to our inpatient Primary Program, we also offer an Intensive Outpatient Program and short-term sober living houses. We were NC's first specialty hospital and have been open since 1971.
|2. Area Served||Guilford County Wide|
|2. Check the box that describes the service you need||Funding/Grants for Operations|
|2. Describe the service you need|
We are seeking support for our Partner Scholarship Program to provide access to care for folks referred to us from Caring Services in High Point, Malachi House in Greensboro, Path of Hope in Lexington, and Residential Treatment Services of Alamance. These individuals lack health insurance or financial means to cover the cost of treatment.