Meet The Team: Lanier Derbyshire

Lanier is a Program Facilitator for Transitional Living at Green Hill Recovery. We sat down with him to learn more about his background and his experience working in our field. Could we get some brief biographical info from you? Hometown, previous experience, education, etc.? I was born and raised

Jordan’s Sobriety Anniversary

This month we sat down and talked with the Program Coordinator of Transitional Living, Jordan McVay. In his role, he helps facilitate and coordinate activities for the Green Hill Transitional Living house while providing oversight and guidance for administration tasks. This month Jordan will be celebrating his 2-year sobriety

Meet The Team: Mike Davis

Mike Davis is a Clinical Case Manager and an Overnight Staff Member at Green Hill Recovery. We sat down with him to learn more about his background and his experience working in our field. Could we get some brief biographical info from you? Hometown, previous experience, education, etc.? I

The Pandemic Has Been Traumatizing, Take It From A Terrorist Attack Survivor

The following is a Guest Post by Meyli Chapin. In 2019, I was on a business trip in Kenya when Al Shabaab terrorists attacked the hotel I was staying in. For seventeen long hours, I hid and cried and said my goodbyes over text as I listened to the

Meet The Team: Matt Ross

Matt Ross is a program facilitator at Green Hill. We sat down with him to learn more about his background and his experience working in our field. Could we get some brief biographical info from you? Hometown, previous experience, education, etc.? I was born and raised in an NYC

Ian’s Sobriety Anniversary

This month we wanted to spotlight and celebrate Ian McLean. Ian McLean is an alumni of our program and has served as a Program Facilitator at the Transitional Living house at Green Hill Recovery. On March 14th, 2022, he will be celebrating his 2 year sobriety anniversary. We sat

Meet The Team: Luis Marcano LCMHC, LCAS, NCC/CCMHC

Could we get some brief biographical info from you? Hometown, previous experience, education, etc.? I am originally from El Salvador, but grew up in Venezuela. I lived in Puerto Rico for 6 years before moving to North Carolina in September of 2009. I am the oldest of three siblings,

Can College Students Do IOP And Stay Enrolled In Classes?

We get asked this question all of the time at Green Hill. Is an IOP program a good fit for college students starting their recovery journey? Absolutely. There is no shortage of benefits IOP has for college students who looking to get and stay sober. Let’s take a look

Green Hill Increases Accessibility to Substance Use Treatment by Joining Evernorth as In-Network Provider

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RALEIGH, North Carolina: Green Hill Recovery, a Raleigh-based treatment provider for young adults grappling with substance use disorder (SUD), announced this week that it has become an in-network provider for Evernorth. This announcement marks a monumental step forward in Green Hill’s effort to make high-quality treatment

How Common Is Drug Abuse At North Carolina Colleges?

We all know that North Carolina is home to some of the finest institutes of higher education in the world. With so many incredible universities and colleges around our state, it might be surprising to find just how common drug abuse is at local universities in the research triangle.

What Is IOP?

If you are researching substance use disorder treatment options, you have likely come across the term IOP. At Green Hill, our primary goal is to ensure our clients and their families understand all aspects of an individual’s journey to recovery, so let’s start with the basics about IOP and

Does My Son Need Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab?

In our previous post in this series, we explored the main differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab. Including the commitments in time, the necessary steps to take for admittance to each, and the main differences in programming. Now in this blog post, we hope to further break down the