The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® Announces New Young Women’s Sober Living House
The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® is excited to announce an additional component in its continuum of care model, which now includes sober living for young women as a step-down option. Located in the Asheville, NC area, The Willows Sober Living caters to the unique needs of women ready to take a step toward independence in their recovery journey.
“We’re pleased to offer this cost-effective option to young adult women as they continue their recovery process,” says Jack Kline, President and Founder of Red Oak Recovery® Programs. “This provides a safe, stable, drug free environment for women to launch themselves into a positive, pro-social lifestyle. It’s our program’s vision to help young women establish accountability, and to inspire those embarking on their transition towards independent living.”
Whether the sober living’s residents are graduates of The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® or another treatment program, all are a testament that recovery is possible. The Willows Sober Living can serve up to six women who have successfully completed primary treatment and are ready for the freedom and flexibilty of a sober living environment. With comfortable accomodations and only six beds, the step-down program provides residents an intimate, supportive network where they can cultivate and maintain success while returning to work and school in the Asheville community or surrounding areas.
To learn more about The Willows Sober Living or begin the application process, please visit: https://www.thewillowsatredoak.com/continuum-of-care/sober-living/
About The Willows at Red Oak Recovery®
Red Oak Recovery® & The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® are clinically-driven,trauma-informed substance use and mental health treatment programs that offer gender specific care to young adult men (ages 18-30) and women (ages 18-35). Our developemntally specific treamtnet methodes take into account clients’ unique stories, trauma history, gender challenges, substance use history, relapse triggers, and mental health issues. Our multi-credientialed (clinical addictions and mental health) master’s level clinicians integrate research-based practives with complementary modalities to help clients honor themselves, recognize their self-worth, and pursue posive change.