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The Freedom House logo, seed pods swirling away from a tree’s strong foundation, captures our hope for individuals when they come to Freedom House: renewed by expert care and empowered with new resources, they recover to live rich, full lives. A former client once said it best, “Recovery means that I can live again, that I can be at peace again, that I can love again and that I can be loved again.”

Each day individuals come to Freedom House looking for hope, craving respite and seeking guidance and care. Whether they struggle with mental health issues or substance use disorder, we offer solace, sympathy and care based on individual needs and evidence-based, best practices of integrated behavioral healthcare.

We are proud to add a new branch in Durham: the Freedom House Outpatient Clinic where we provide a range of services: Open Access/Walk-in Clinic, Comprehensive Clinical Assessment, Psychiatric Evaluation, Medication Management, Individual, Family and Group Therapy, Telepsychiatry, Integrated Medical Care, Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Therapy (SACOT), Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP), Court Related Programs and Mobile Crisis Management. We accept private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and provide services on a sliding scale for those in need of financial assistance.

For over 40 years, Freedom House has been committed to new beginnings and is consistently a leader in effective Person Centered treatment. Please call us or explore our website for more information about how Freedom House can help you, or a loved one, rebuild and renew life.

Description: Integrated Behavioral Healthcare 
for children and adults


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