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TROSA Triad

1931 Union Cross Road, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 27107
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About TROSA Triad

Addiction Recovery Care (ARCA) offers clients the opportunity to create a new beginning for themselves. The residential drug and alcohol treatment center knows that the road to recovery isn’t easy, but also knows that anyone can recover from addiction if they have the desire and the proper tools. ARCA combines innovative treatment methods with time-tested 12-Step principles to provide effective care that’s focused on self-discovery, responsibility, personal growth and accountability.

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.8
    Avg. score from 17 reviews
  • 3.5
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 4
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 3.8
    Meals & Nutrition
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Melody
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Needed this place twice. Was welcomed with open arms both times. Great staff, helpful and understanding. Informative classes a nd programs. Saved my life !! Always be grateful.
Anonymous
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it was decent but needed more approaches. they treatment
DP
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This is a life changing facility. After many failed attempts a family member came here and the classes and meetings changed their life. Group meetings, family meetings each week along with private family sessions. They helped our family to understand addiction and helped our family member to understand how to quit and how to stay clean. Our whole family left with the tools we needed to help our family member to succeed in life. Thank you
DB
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This facility accepts folks with or without insurance(or a means to pay) So you see all walks of life there. It is an old air force base facility. So its not that fancy but it is one of the most effective programs in the state.
DD
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The state of North Carolina should investigate and stop funding this useless facility. The staff will provoke you... They get state aid for each person that qualifies and I feel that they do there best to make sure you leave early. This is a money making privately held facility that... is only concerned with profit. There are no classes or meetings on the weekends. NOTHING. Just sit around and wait every minute out until Monday. No weekend visitation or allow anyone to resupply your personal items. Weekdays only and at very tight specific times which makes them almost impossible to comply with. There needs to be a thorough investigation into the facility. With all of the people who need help it is a shame that this facility simply spits them out as quickly as they can make them quit, just to collect another payment from the state for the next poor soul. Its a shame. What a waste. This is my opinion and I will be surprised if it is posted. Actually I\'ll be shocked if it\'s posted.
Official Facility Response:

This review falsely states that ARCA "makes money" off clients. Many of our clients are here through state funding(if they are indigent or cannot afford treatment) However, ARCA is only paid for the actual time the clients are here. ARCA is a 501 c 3 non profit organization. ARCA is CARF Accredited and Licensed by the State. ARCA is audited regularly. ARCA supplies personal items if clients dont have them. ARCA allows personal drop off of items Monday through Friday 9am-4pm.