"Providing Individuals a Brighter Future, One Home at A Time"

Foundation History

  1. 2009 - Open Arms Treatment Center Opens Providing Intensive In Home Services in Guilford County.
  2. 2012 -  .Open Arms Treatment Center Becomes Endorsed to Provide Substance Abuse Group and Individual Therapy.
  3. 2014 -Open Arms Treatment Center Provides Substance Abuse Groups and Individual Therapy for Teens.
  4. 2015 -Open Arms Treatment Center Relocates to a Larger Facility to Accommodate the Increase in Adolescents Enrollment, Becoming One of the Largest in the County. 

Open Arms Treatment Center

Brittany S. Hargrove, MSW, LCSW- Lead Clinician
Clinical Supervisor at Open Arms Treatment Center.  Brittany is responsible for overseeing all clinical and enhanced services including ensuring quality of services, upholding ethical standards, and supervising client caseloads.   Brittany is a fully licensed Clinical Social Worker who has training and experience in mental health and substance abuse assessment, treatment, and evaluation.

Naomi Williams- Qualified Professional

Naomi joined Open Arms Treatment Center as a QP in 2015. She is a graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Studies in Human Behavior at Capella University where she hopes to become more developed in working in the field of social and behavioral services. Naomi's passion for social services and addictions expanded through her volunteer experience with AmeriCorps (2010-2012) through the National AIDS Fund (now AIDS United) and Partnership to End Homelessness .  Her professional training and experience, case management skills, and instruction during recovery, offer effective solutions to clients entering substance abuse intensive outpatient programs.


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