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You're never alone in your journey. We're always available to help you along the way. Daymark Recovery Services provides numerous options including crisis centers and group settings to assist each person's needs.
A day mark symbolizes the often bright and, more importantly recognizable markings painted on lighthouses up and down the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards. As history states, sailors relied on these welcoming day marks during the daylight hours as a necessary tool to orient themselves to their exact location while traveling for sometimes days, weeks, or even months at a time. Waking in the early morning to the sight of a bright day mark in the distance reassured many they were often on the right track on their voyage.
Daymark® Recovery Services, Inc. is a mission driven, comprehensive community provider of culturally sensitive mental health and substance abuse services. The Daymark® goal is for skilled medical and behavioral healthcare professionals to support citizens of all ages and their families with the greatest opportunity for recovery, independence and the highest quality of life. We are committed to using the most current best practices and effective, research-based treatment programs to assist all citizens working toward achieving optimum health and recovery.
ASHEBORO — If preliminary studies are positive, Randolph County could see an expansion of services at the Daymark Recovery facilities at 110 W. Walker Ave. in Asheboro that could double the number of people working there and significantly increase the services offered.
Posted: Monday, August 22, 2016 12:15 am
Local behavioral health services were rated from slightly above to slightly below average in a survey of clients and providers conducted by two research groups.
August 24, 2016 by Thomas Goldsmith
A new crisis center for mental health patients in five mountain counties should relieve the pressure on emergency departments.
We currently operate out of 32 facilities serving numerous counties across the state of North Carolina.