Welcome to Piedmont Support Services of North Carolina home page. We truly hope that the site will be useful to all of our visitors who share the same vision of building “Healthy Families and Communities”.
We are located in downtown Winston Salem at 520 North Spring Street. You can reach us by phone(336) 776-0322 or by email email@example.com
Piedmont Support Services of NC is a community agency that services Winston-Salem and surrounding counties. The agency’s focus is to support and empower families and individuals in need of advocacy and quality support services stemming from crises. We believe that being able to do this takes a strong partnering with the judicial system, mental health providers, law enforcement and those that do other services that help those in the community.
"There is a great streak of violence in every human being. If it is not channeled or understood, it will break out in war and madness"--Gerard Vanderhaar
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
Students of Wake Forest University's Public History Course Present:
From Stigma to Acceptance
A student-curated exhibit featuring arts and words of former offenders of the Project Re-entry Program
January17th - February 28th, 2015
Sawtooth School for Visual Art
251 Spruce Street. N. Winston Salem, NC
The COOL PROGRAM proudly supports PROJECT REENTRY in its efforts to give people re-entering society from the penitentiary, an opportunity to move forward in their life and to do wonderful and positive things. We have to always remember that the only thing that separates us from those that are incarcerated is that one mistake!
We would like to congratulate Michael Thomas, Rebecca Sauter, graduates of the program and Wake Forest University on their project.
Inclement weather information
In the event that there is bad weather, you can check our website, WXII ticker (under social services) or call the main number for updated information regarding cancellations or delays. For clients that have groups on those days of bad weather, you follow the information you have been given in group. If you had an assessment set up for that day, just call the office to reschedule. Someone will still be able to communicate with you.
Agency Services Include:
- Offender Programs, Domestic Violence (COOL PROGRAM) Is a psych-educational program approved by the NC Department of Administration for those who have either been ordered by the judicial system or would like to come in on a basis. There are various group times and days to allow options for those who work, go to school or who are the main of their families. Clients should bring their certified or un-certified with a copy of the judgment if available.
- Anger Management for Adults: Mandatory court or for self referral
- Teen Programs: includes teen bullying, dating, family and school violence
- Victim Advocacy: Services for adults: men and women
- Child Trauma Therapy: ages infant 5 months to age12
- Group and or Individual Counseling
treatment is offered by a trained and Licensed therapist to treat emotional distress and
mental illness. Services are
offered for children adolescent and adults. Mental health services that are provided at PSS are:
- Individual outpatient mental
health and or substance abuse of addiction of any kind.
- Group therapy, family
therapy, and couples therapy.
- Diagnostic Assessment
are various psychotherapeutic approaches that are effective and will be used
Child /Parent Relationship Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Monday, Tuesday Thursday 9:00AM-7:30 PM
Wednesday 9:AM- 3PM (Walk in day for all programs for assessments)
*Groups are included in these times. If you are calling for an assessment, it is suggested that you call to set aside a specific time to allow to fill out paper work, usually 45 minutes*
Methods of payment:
We accept: Cash, Credit Cards for Psycho-educational classes
Insurances Accepted: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tri-Care, Cigna and Aetna and Mental Health Services and sliding fee scale for all who have to pay out of pocket.
Special Needs Clients
We have services for the hearing impaired and provide services for Spanish speaking clients.
Coming Up February 2015
Piedmont Support Services of NC, will be sponsoring the Duluth Domestic Violence Intervention Training Seminar.
"Creating a process of Change for Men that Batter"
The training is perfect for anyone starting a batterer intervention program, who is new to men's non-violence group facilitation, or for those who have been facilitating for awhile and want a refresh their insight and information.
When: February 2-4 2015
Where: Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina
2701 University Parkway, WS NC 27115
Sign up before December 31st and get the curriculum for $350.00!!
To register: Call toll free at 1-866-417-6111, option 1
or go to www.http://www.theduluthmodel.org/about/index.html
begins at 8:00 AM on Monday, February 2nd. Training days will run from
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be provided.
Participants are responsible for their own lunches.
Here are a list of hotels which are located close to the Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina
Courtyard Marriott Winston
3111 University Pkwy
Winston Salem, NC
Clarion Collection Hotel Sundance Plaza Hotel Spa & Wellness Ctr.
3050 University Pkwy
Winston Salem, NC
" There is no implied guarantee of safety for the victim while participants are attending any of our programs, that being: before, during or after completion of any of our programs. We comply with all local, federal and state laws in regards to informing victims and law enforcement, if we feel he/she is a threat to them or anyone in the community.