Community Engagement

Creating and connecting a community through events to add to your support system in recovery.
Collaboration and support are essential parts of one’s recovery journey. Welwynn makes certain we are actively engaging and maintaining our relationships with community collaborators to ensure those who walk through our doors receive top-notch care.

Help us continue to raise awareness

We not only want to be able to give a better, healthier life and journey for our patients but we also want to give back to our community by helping to raise awareness and funds.
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Raised At The Wake Monarch
Academy Golf Tournament
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Raised At The E. Raymond Alexander Jr
Annual Memorial Golf Tournament

We Are Involved In A Wide Variety Of Events Throughout The Year Giving Back To Our Community

2022 LPCANC- Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina 25th Anniversary Conference Keynote Sponsor
2022 Fellowship Hall Silver Sponsor- Golf Tournament
NCPLA Luncheon Hosts 2021-2022
Orange Theory Fundraiser for Fellowship Home for Women
Run for Young: January 2020
A Note in the Pocket 2019, Jan 2020, Jan 2021
Monthly Networking Events connecting local mental health and substance use providers and outreach representatives.
Exit Opioids Walk
And so many more!
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ADCNC Conference

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A Note in The Pocket

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A Note in The Pocket

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Coffee & Connecting

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Dean’s Roundtable 2022

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Exit Opiates Walk

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2019 Ugly Sweater Breakfast

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2nd Annual Wake Monarch Golf Classic

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NC Medical Society Social

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