NEWS 12/8/22 9:42am

The mascot for Residential Treatment Services of Alamance is a camel. The card reads, "The camel each day goes twice to his knees. He picks up his load with the greatest of ease. He walks through the day with his head held high and stays for the day completely dry." It symbolizes that an alcoholic has the strength to not drink for a day. 

Defining the layers of the drug epidemic in Alamance County

After 18 years in active addiction, Todd Perry surrendered. Numerous arrests, a Driving While Impaired charge, and an overdose all led him to Residential Treatment Services of Alamance in 2018.