Useful Resources

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International Bible Society  -

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Mulit-Language Media  -

North American Mission Board  -

NC Baptist State Convention  -

Southern Baptist Convention  -

WMU Publications  -

WMU of North Carolina  -

Max Lucado  -

NCBAM (NC Baptist Aging Ministry)  -

NCBM (NC Baptist Men & Women)  -


Background Checks:


Compensation Studies:



Caraway  -  -  1-888-899-2374

Close enough to home yet far enough away to deepen your child's relationship with God!

Caswell  -  -  1-910-278-9501

Camp Mundo Vista  -

Ridgecrest Center  - -  1-800-588-7222 



Baptist Hospital, Medical Center Blvd., Winston Salem, NC  27157  

Phone:  336-716-2011 Patient Info:  336-716-4811                                                                                 

Carolinas Medical Center-Charlotte, 1000 Blythe Blvd., Charlotte NC 28203     Phone:  704-355-2000                         

Carolinas Medical Center-Mercy, 2001 Vail Ave., Charlotte NC 28207   Phone:  704-379-5000                                      

Carolinas Medical Center-Northeast, 920 Church St., Concord NC 28025     Phone:  704-783-3000                            

Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville, 10628 Park Rd., Charlotte NC 28210     Phone:   704-543-2000  

Carolinas Medical Center-University, 8800 N. Tryon St., Charlotte NC 28262   Phone:  704-863-6000  

Carolinas Medical Center-Union, 600 Hospital Dr., Monroe NC  28110    Phone:  980-993-3100                                

Jesse Helms Nursing Center, 1411 Dove St., Monroe NC  28110    Phone:  980-993-3280                                             

NC Baptist Convention, PO Box 1107, Cary NC  27512-1107       Phone:  800-395-5102  Fax:  919-469-1674             

Presbyterian Hospital, 200 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte NC  28233    Phone:  704-384-4000                                          

Presbyterian Hospital-Matthews, 1500 Matthews Township Pkwy., Matthews NC  28105     Phone:  704-384-6500 

Presbyterian Orthopedic Hospital, 1901 Randolph Rd., Charlotte NC  28207     Phone:  704-316-2000

Presbyterian Specialty Hospital, Charlotte Ear, Eye, Nose & Throat, 1600 E. Third St., Charlotte NC  28204     Phone:  704-945-4150

Stanly Regional Medical Center, 301 Yadkin St., PO Box 1489, Albemarle NC 28001-1489   Phone:  704-984-4000                                                                                                                                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Christian Couseling Center

Dr. Todd Matson

located at Central United Methodist Church

801 S. Hayne St., Monroe NC  28112

Phone:  704-375-5354 (after hours leave message at ext. 407), 704-333-1730 x407


Alisha Hill, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate on staff at Lee Park Baptist Church offers a wide variety of services.  These include individual, family, marriage, child and adolescent therapy.  Alisha can be reached at 704-289-4440 or email                                                                                         


Friendship Home of Monroe

Gary Locklear, Director                                                                                                                  

2111 Stafford St. Ext, Monroe NC  28110                                                                                                                                     

Phone:  704-289-4144                      

Friendship Home's philosophy is to provide residential recovery services and relapse prevention by achieving treatment goals through program activities.  Residents identify goals, and once they achieve them, have the knowledge, tools and experience to live independent, sober, responsible and productive lives.

Friendship Home's methodology has evolved over 40 years  -  a combination of professional intervention and self-help approaches to address not only the use of alcohol and drugs but to determine the underlying causes impacting someone's mental and emotional state that prompts continued substance abuse despite adverse consequences. Once the full scope is identified, clients are able to face issues and work to resolve lifelong problems.

Friendship Home's staff are active members of the recovery community; interacting regularly with substance abuse professionals and programs to apply the latest methodology and provide residents with the best thinking on treatment.


  • Individual, group and peer counseling
  • Structured living environment
  • 12-step recovery program
  • Close monitoring & documentation of client progress
  • Livable housing & healthy meals
  • Crisis intervention
  • Work placement
  • Recreational opportunities
  • Access to network of human resource professionals
  • Public speaking experience