Referrals In

Individuals and families find their way to Full Life through many pathways – word-of-mouth from current or former clients, random internet searches and even noticing a brochure or business card. But Full Life is honored to get most of our referrals from fellow colleagues. Referring community professionals, professional monitoring organizations and treatment centers have come to trust Full Life to provide high-quality, comprehensive and collaborative care for individuals and families affected by substance abuse and other self-destructive behaviors.

Referring professionals are encouraged to read our For Professionals page.

Referral Process for Full Life Counseling

To make a referral for assessment or outpatient services, please call our office at 336-923-7526. Once an appointment has been scheduled, New Client Documents can be accessed through the link on this website. Clients who wish to fill out their intake paperwork electronically can do so through our Client Portal. Those who complete paperwork in advance should bring them with them to the first appointment. Those who prefer to complete paperwork at our office will need to arrive 15 minutes early to do so.

Referrals Out

Although Full Life does not have exclusive relationships with any treatment center, we appreciate that representatives from some of the nation’s best treatment centers know that we make referrals for admission to their facilities based on the needs, preferences and resources of the individual. We try hard to make professional visits to treatment centers so that we know first-hand their distinctive treatment environment, culture of care, cohort and specialized services. But most of all, we only refer to programs to which we would refer our own family members.

For outpatient clients who need additional services, we can assist with referrals out for recovery-friendly psychiatric care, primary medical care, acupuncture, Vivitrol, dieticians, EMDR, EFT, equine-assisted psychotherapy and other valuable services that can assist and complement the recovery process.