Director of Admissions
Maggie Cain
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
517 Cub Creek Road
Ellenboro, NC
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Foothills at Red Oak Recovery is located just outside of Asheville, NC, and is a clinically dynamic adolescent program for boys, ages 14-17, that offers a residential program for the treatment of trauma, substance use, mental health issues, grief and loss, adoption, and process addictions. Our relational approach to evidence-based clinical practices helps support our clients and their families in wellness and recovery. This trauma-focused clinical approach includes individual and group therapy, family therapy, equine therapy, and recreation therapy. Foothills’ clinicians also facilitate therapy utilizing numerous experiential interventions, including equine therapy, ropes course facilitation, adventure activities, sports, yoga, and mindfulness. This day-to-day involvement of the clinical team helps clients integrate what they are learning about themselves into their everyday interactions. Since this real-time clinical approach takes place in a small, nurturing, home environment, the skills are easily transferable to environments beyond the program. Foothills takes pride in continuing the education of our clients during their time with us and provide educational support in coordination with our clients’ schools allowing them the ability to keep up with their studies as they progress through their treatment experience. Foothills at Red Oak Recovery also offers recovery management services based on the Gorski-CENAPS model of relapse presentation for clients who have experienced or are about to experience a return to use after ninety days of being in recovery.

General Information

Corporate Or Public Company
Leased By Program
10 years years
Private LLC

Residential Treatment

No
14 - 17
Yes
No
3 Months
8
Rural
Doubles
Students are Always in "Line-of-Sight" with staff
No
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Insurance

Yes
N/A
No

Therapy - Individual

Yes
30 Hours
30
All therapists are licensed by the state of operation
4 Clients
No

Therapy - Group

Yes
30 Hours
10 Hours
2 Hours
No

Additional Professionals & Medical Rule Outs

> 50%
active suicidality, active non-drug induced psychosis, excessive violence
Yes
Yes

Treatment Modalities

Yes
Call For More Information
No
Art
Breathing Techniques / Breath Work
Meditation
Yoga
Lifestyle Medicine
No

Staff

1:3
Yes
Yes
Some College
0 Hours

Academic

9 - 12
Call for more Information
1:3
Teachers support blended learning
Packets with teacher support
Coordinate & work with client's home school
Yes
Yes
Year Round School (either quarters, trimester, semesters)
Yes
Yes
Tests
Classes
Yes

Transition Programming

No
Yes
> 50%

Accreditation

State License
MHL-081-127
Assist Education

Nuts & Bolts

No
Call for more information
No
Under $5,000 / month
Charlotte / Douglas International Airport [CLT]
1 Hours
< 50%
No
No
Outcome Studies
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
Runaways
1 Hours
Mission Statement
Mission Statement: Rebuilding lives, restoring hope, and inspiring recovery for individuals and families. Our Core Values: Gratitude, Excellence, Teamwork, Humility, Integrity, Compassion, Service REDEFINING THE CLINICAL EXPERIENCE™ Inspiring transformation and self-exploration in the safe surroundings of our North Carolina sanctuary, Foothills at Red Oak Recovery is a clinically focused, trauma-informed programs with gender-specific programs for adolescent boys (ages 14-17). We provide individualized, person-centered mental health, trauma, and substance use treatment to adolescents utilizing a sophisticated, multi-dimensional trauma-focused model that incorporates evidenced-based integrative clinical modalities, Our team supports clients in creating the foundation for sustained recovery and a healthy relationship to self and others. Foothills at Red Oak Recovery is CARF accredited and are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and First Health.