ALTOONA, PA – May 4, 2023 – Asheville-based behavioral health provider October Road announced today the opening of an outpatient treatment program in Stokes County, North Carolina for adult men and women diagnosed with substance use and/or common mental health disorders including depression and anxiety.

Just seventeen miles north of Winston-Salem, the new location in Walnut Cove marks October Road’s third outpatient program in North Carolina along with Asheville and Mars Hill, offering individualized, evidence-based substance use and mental health treatment options for adults.

The rural Stokes County location will provide desperately needed services for Medicaid-covered, insured and uninsured individuals in efforts to remove barriers to care for the local community.

The experienced clinical team at October Road addresses substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health challenges within a structured Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), while medical professionals will provide Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). Individual and group counseling will be available as well as psychiatric services.

“The expansion of outpatient treatment for individuals diagnosed with a substance use or mental health disorder in North Carolina provides adult residents of Stokes County with an additional, convenient access point for high-quality outpatient services,” stated Jonathan Wolf, Founder and CEO of Pyramid Healthcare, the parent company of October Road.

Located at 522 North Main Street in Walnut Cove, October Road is currently welcoming adult males and females with a mental health and/or a co-occurring disorder diagnosis. Medicaid, commercial insurance and self-payment are accepted. To refer or learn more, please contact Assessment Services at (888) 201-5086 or visit, LinkedIn and Facebook.


Headquartered in Asheville, North Carolina and a member of parent company and integrated behavioral healthcare system, Pyramid Healthcare, October Road offers a full-continuum of high quality in-person and telehealth mental health, substance use and co-occurring disorders treatment programs for adults at three convenient locations in Asheville, Mars Hill and Stokes County.

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