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Facility Admissions:

Referrals to RTSA facilities can be made by Vaya Health, Partners, Trillium, Alliance AmeriHealth Caritas, and Sandhills Center.  Referrals are also accepted from physicians, private providers, hospital emergency rooms, family members, or any person who has knowledge of someone in need of our services.

We are a Cross Area Service Provider (CASP). If your financial resources have been exhausted, monies may be available for services.

To apply for admissions to Residential Treatment Services of Alamance, you must be over the age of 18.

Please call (336) 227-7417 for more information on admissions. Don’t hesitate to call.


Hall Avenue 


The "Hall” is home for two types of recovery services for residents. The Detox/Crisis Unit is a program designed as a time-limited alternative to hospitalization for an individual in crisis due to mental illness, or detoxification from alcohol/drugs. We provide short-term intensive evaluation, treatment intervention or behavior management to stabilize acute or crisis situations in this 24-hour unit.

The "Hall" is also home to our program providing halfway house services to men where the primary purpose is to provide treatment and education about the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction and prepare them for independent living.

 Crestview Group Homes

Crestview I

Crestview II

RTSA recognizes the difficult fact that individuals with mental illness have few and/or limited housing choices. The Crestview Group Homes is a safe and wonderful alternative to institutional care. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Burlington, are two homes, one for men and one for women. Each is a home for six residents. Residents are 18 years of age or older with special needs requirements due to mental illness. The residents work within the community and receive specialized services depending on individualized needs. 

Mebane Street


This facility is a six-bed home for women in need of recovery from alcoholism and/or drug abuse. This program helps women become productive, self-supporting members of society while building personal recovery programs.