FHR awarded contract for Community Intervention Center in Raleigh

Published 03/22/2012

The North Carolina Department of Public Safety will provide necessary funds for community-based treatment services at FHR in Wake County

Raleigh, NC – March 22, 2012 - Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) will begin operating a Community Intervention Center at 5509 Creedmoor Road. The funds for this center were made available by a contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.

“We’re absolutely delighted that FHR was selected to provide these services. It’s a wonderful opportunity to expand to a population in Wake County that is in great need of support and guidance,” says FHR President/CEO Joe Dziobek. “We’re confident in our ability to make a real difference in their lives.”

The Community Intervention Center will provide services to high risk and high need offenders who are currently on probation. “FHR North Carolina has established a reputation as a clinically-proficient substance abuse treatment provider, with a specialty in engagement with treatment resistant and court-mandated consumers,” says NC Regional Director Diana Wydo. “We’re honored to receive this contract and will incorporate many new services within this Center.”

Programming will include a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Program, Substance Abuse Outpatient Services, and Human Resource Development and Vocational Training. Implementation meetings for the grant begin Friday, March 30. “I anticipate the launch of this new program in April,” Wydo says.

For more information about Fellowship Health Resources in North Carolina, please contact Diana Wydo at 919-573-6542.