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Healing Place Sets Tours, Shares Latest Statistics

By Staff Reports, posted May 5, 2023
Officials are inviting the public to an open house and tours this month at The Healing Place of New Hanover County (THPNC), a long-term recovery facility operated by Trillium Health Resources.

The events take place from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 11 and participants can register at app.smartsheet.com/b/form/8abb2a99f907463d8f9d480db95840d9.

In April, officials provided a snapshot of THPNC’s services in March, its second month of operation:
  • In partnership with Cape Fear HealthNet, 47 adults were enrolled with primary health care.  
  • THPNC men’s program served 91 individuals, with ages ranging from 23 to 73. 
  • THPNC women’s program served 64 individuals, with ages ranging from 21 to 75. 
  • THPNC men’s emergency shelter remained at 90% capacity.
  • THPNC women’s emergency shelter remained at 40% capacity or above.
  • 76% of THPNC clients had direct ties to New Hanover County.  
  • Clients from 16 additional counties in Eastern NC were served. 
  • The top drugs of addiction for individuals being served are methamphetamine, alcohol, opiates and marijuana.
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