Our Raleigh Location
First Step Services of Raleigh, Home Office and Treatment Center
211 E. Six Forks Road, Ste. 117
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: (919) 833-8899
Fax: (919) 833-8894
Directions: Google Maps
First Step in Raleigh offers morning, evening and weekend substance abuse outpatient treatment programs for most levels of care, including general outpatient treatment, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Treatment, individual and family counseling. Our Psychiatrist / Medical Director sees patients at our Raleigh home office on Tuesdays.
For ADETS schedules of all locations, see our ADETS page:
Inpatient, Residential & Hospital Aftercare:
First Step Services, LLC provides Intensive Outpatient and General Outpatient aftercare for people returning home from inpatient programs & hospitals across the country. The goal is to provide people returning home with continued treatment and recovery while they transition home returning to work, families and resuming a “normal” lifestyle after inpatient or hospitalization.
Click here for the current Raleigh 2017 ADETS Schedule
From I-440 Beltline take Six Forks Road South Exit 8A. You will be traveling inside the Beltline. After passing through the Barrett Dr. and Anderson Dr. stoplights, you will see a Shell station on the right. We are on the left, directly across Six Forks from the Shell station. Turn left onto Plantation Road and take the first driveway on the left. Our offices are in the first building on the right, Building B, Suite 117.
From Downtown Raleigh: Follow Person Street until it turns into Atlantic Avenue. Follow Atlantic to Six Forks Road and turn left. Follow Six Forks past the Wake Forest Road stoplight and through the stoplight at Kroger. Just after going through the stoplight at Kroger and Childcare Network, see Plantation Road on right. Turn right onto Plantation Road and take the first driveway on the left. Our offices are in the first building on the right, Building B, Suite 117.
Call us at (919) 833-8899 today!
“Wow, Just Wow. Like, when I came here to group, I expected one sob story after the next. What I got though was a myriad of beautiful hilarious, and smart people who more than just helped my issues with finding myself. I learned how better to control not only my use of substances but how to control myself as well. I’ve always pictured myself as a fire burning bright, and the friends I made here taught me how to tame that fire. If there’s one thing I’m most thankful for it’s the open minds and open hearts that received me here. Oh, and thanks also for laughing at my stupid jokes.” Anonymous Raleigh client