PLEASE CONTACT OUR ADMISSIONS DEPARTMENT to apply.
Call today at 919-419-1059
Toll-free number: 1-833-408-7672
The primary requirement for admission to the TROSA program is that the individual must have a substance use disorder and desire a two-year residential treatment program. TROSA is a voluntary program and we require that the individual seeking admission must call or write to us directly and participate in a telephone interview. While we welcome phone calls from family members and friends, it is important that the individual seeking treatment begins the recovery process by calling for him or herself.
If you have questions about applying to TROSA’s residential program call 919-419-1059 (or call toll free: 1-833-408-7672 ). You can also email your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are currently on probation or parole in another state and wish to move to North Carolina to participate in TROSA; you must qualify for transfer to North Carolina per the ICAOS Rules and have resident family in North Carolina willing to support and sponsor you. Resident family per the ICAOS rules are defined as mother, father, sister, brother, grandmother, grandfather, adult child, aunt, and uncle. Proof of the relationship will be needed. The sponsor will be contacted to verify their agreement to sponsor you.
You cannot attend the program until you have been accepted by North Carolina through the Interstate transfer process and have received reporting instructions from the Probation Officer even if you have been accepted by the TROSA program. There is no guarantee that you will be admitted to TROSA if you are transferring your supervision from another state nor is there a guarantee you will be approved to transfer your supervision to North Carolina if you are accepted into TROSA.
Watch the above video to meet TROSA graduate Curtis and learn about TROSA through his experience in our two-year residential program. To view more videos about TROSA’s program, you can click here to visit our YouTube channel.
TROSA provides a safe, supportive place for residents to rebuild their lives, affirm their self-worth, and learn to live life in recovery.
TROSA serves a diverse population. We are committed to supporting and promoting a culture of inclusion and community for our residents regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, financial circumstance, sexual orientation, and gender expression.
You can read our full Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Statement here. Our supportive community includes:
We encourage all prospective residents to call our Admissions office to learn more, and to determine if our program is the right fit for you. Our toll-free number is 1–833–408–7672.