Director of Admissions
Mark Oerther
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
Business Office 108 Executive Park
Asheville, NC
redoakrecovery.com
When it comes to addiction, we know that young men and women are very different and must be treated as such. RED OAK RECOVERY: MEN'S PROGRAM Anger. Low self-esteem. Failure to launch. Stress management. These are just a few of the many issues that greatly impact young males recovering from substance use disorder and/or co-occurring disorders. This is why we have developed a unique program for our young male clients – one that helps build self-esteem during and after your stay at Red Oak Recovery and that equips you or someone you love to get and stay sober, become more self-sufficient, identify emotional and physical triggers that precede relapse, cope with stress in a healthy manner, manage anger better, embrace a positive outlook, and deal with co-occurring disorders, including anxiety and depression. THE WILLOWS: WOMEN'S PROGRAM At The Willows at Red Oak Recovery, we address trauma alongside addiction treatment to help women overcome any underlying issues fueling self-destructive behavior that arise from the trauma itself. Our trauma-informed addiction treatment programs utilize an integrated approach – based on theory, research, and clinical experience. Our substance abuse treatment program for women is centered on providing freedom from the destructive thoughts, actions, and self-sabotage that stem from trauma and addiction. We pride ourselves on ensuring a safe and supportive environment that helps young adult women as they learn to address the past and enhance the quality of their day-to-day living.

General Information

Private Company
Leased By Program
10 years years
Private LLC

Residential Treatment

No
18 - 30
3 Months
32
Rural
38 Acre Campus in a Rural Setting

Program

Quads
Students are Always in "Line-of-Sight" with staff
ADHD
Alcohol Addiction
Anxiety Disorder
Bipolar and related Disorders
Chronic Pain
Codependency
Depressive Disorders
Dual Diagnosis
Mood Disorders
Substance Abuse
Substance Use Disorder
Substance/Medication-induced Psychosis
Trauma/PTSD
Yes
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
0%
100%
0%
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Therapy - Individual

Yes
4 Hours
All
6
No
Yes

Therapy - Group

22 Hours
10 Hours
2 Hours
Yes
Licensed Practical Nurse
Medical Doctor
Nurse Practitioner
Psychiatrist
Psychologist
Recreational Therapist
Registered Dietician

Accredition / Affiliation

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
No
$20,000 - $25,000 / month
Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
Asheville [AVL]
1 Hours
In Process (by independent party)
Mission Statement
Inspiring transformation and self-exploration in the safe surroundings of our North Carolina sanctuary, RED OAK RECOVERY AND THE WILLOWS are a clinically focused, trauma-informed facility with gender-specific programs for young adults. Each recovery journey is different, and our developmentally specific treatment methods take into account your unique story, gender challenges, substance abuse history, and relapse triggers. Our dual-credentialed, master’s level clinicians integrate evidence-based practices and 12-step work with complementary modalities to help clients honor themselves, unveil their self-worth, and pursue positive, lasting change. With our exclusive focus on young adults, all our time, energy, talent, and resources are directed at the emotional and developmental needs of young men and women. It is our mission to help our clients find success in their lives without the use of alcohol and drugs and to heal the wounds of trauma. Our focus is on clinical care, addressing substance abuse and the underlying emotional issues that are always present. Sometimes these issues predate drug and alcohol use, and sometimes it is the other way around. We believe in addressing all issues in a simultaneous and integrated fashion. Our programs are small enough that we can individualize care for each client. To assure positive and lasting change, we believe that excellent clinical care must be delivered with respect, dignity, and compassion.