Expanding to Winston-Salem



TROSA has secured a long-term lease on a facility owned by Forsyth County for the Triad campus, and in summer 2021 will begin construction on housing and dining facility improvements in preparation for serving residents. The new campus anticipates serving individuals in 2022. The first construction and renovation phase is projected to be completed in 2022 and will bring capacity of the second campus to 100 beds. TROSA will then begin the second phase of this effort that will expand capacity to 200 beds.

“This is the first time TROSA is expanding beyond its Durham campus,” says Keith Artin, TROSA President and CEO. “My predecessor, TROSA’s Founder Kevin McDonald, took his own experiences with addiction and recovery and created TROSA. Thanks to Kevin’s heart, mind, and sheer force of will, he built TROSA to be the award-winning treatment program that it is today. Since our founding in 1994, we have served more than 9,000 men and women looking to change their lives–from all 100 counties in North Carolina–out of our main campus in Durham. We look forward to helping more North Carolinians in need of cost-free and long-term treatment.”

Satellite Campus to Open in 2022

Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc. (TROSA) is expanding its award-winning treatment model to Winston-Salem. Campus construction will begin in summer 2021 for an anticipated 2022 opening.

Since its founding in 1994, TROSA’s Durham campus has served over 9,000 individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorder. The opioid epidemic continues to create tremendous demand for affordable, effective long-term substance abuse treatment programs in North Carolina. Due to the success of the first campus in Durham, the North Carolina General Assembly has supported the creation of a second, 200-bed campus in Winston-Salem.

Support TROSA Triad

To learn how you can support TROSA Triad, please contact TROSA Chief Development Officer Janice Kalin: jkalin@trosainc.org or 919-419-1059 ext 1600. Thank you for standing with TROSA in support of recovery!