Human Rights Committee
Human Rights Committee meetings will be held via teleconference until further notice. These meetings are held at 12:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the following months: February, April, June, August, October, December. The telephone number to use is: 1-984-204-1487. The access number is: 10149040#.
About the Facility
Walter B. Jones Center is one of two state operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATCs) specifically designed to provide medically-monitored detoxification/crisis stabilization, and short-term treatment preparing adults with substance use and co-occurring disorders for ongoing community-based recovery services.
The Walter B. Jones Center operates and provides treatment services through the following program:
Walter B. Jones Woodside Treatment Center - Provides inpatient treatment for substance use specific and/or co-occurring substance use and mental health diagnoses.
Walter B. Jones Woodside Treatment Center "High Risk" Perinatal Program - Provides inpatient treatment for pregnant women seeking addition treatment in their 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters.
Eligibility and Admission Criteria
Admission is available to any adult in our region regardless of financial resources or insurance status. Patients pay on a sliding scale according to their income.
Services provided at the Walter B. Jones Center
- Statewide Perinatal program
- Medically monitored detoxification
- Inpatient Opioid Treatment Program (OTP)
- Psychiatric services
- Medical and Nursing Services
- Substance abuse and Co-Occurring treatment
- Recreational therapy
- Family services
- Discharge planning
Inpatient Methadone Treatment Services or OTP Services
Tobacco Free Facility: WBJ Center is a tobacco free facility. Staff, visitors, and patients are not allowed to use or possess any type of tobacco product, including E-cigarettes while in the facility or on the grounds of WBJ Center.
Cost and Financial Arrangements: The Walter B. Jones Center is a state operated facility. The charge for care and treatment is based upon the actual cost to the hospital. However, many patients and their families cannot pay the full amount of this cost and services can be provided on a sliding scale. A member of the admission’s team will discuss the financial situation with the patient and family upon arrival. The WBJ Center does accept insurance.
Forms and Documents
Regional Referral Form
Involuntary Commitment- Consumer Fact Sheet
Supplement to Examination & Recommendation for Involuntary Commitment Form
Examination and Recommendation to Determine Necessity for Involuntary Commitment
Notice of Privacy Practices-Woodside Treatment Center
Notice of Privacy Practices-Lakeside Psychiatric Hospital
Outpatient OTP Brochure
Insurance Verification and Billing
User-Friendly Charge Sheet
Machine-Readable Charge Sheet
Walter B. Jones Center
2577 W. Fifth Street
Greenville, N.C. 27834
Telephone: (252) 830-3426
Fax: (252) 707-5275
Ben Gregory, Director