Treatment

CASCADE Services
Community Choices, Inc

5800 Executive Center Drive
Suite 101
Charlotte, N.C. 28211
Telephone:
Director: Misty Fulk

PROGRAMS OFFERED

CASCADE, (Courage and Support for Changing Attitudes, Dependencies and Environments) Services provide a continuum of care for pregnant, postpartum substance abusing women, The purpose of the CASCADE program is to support women of childbearing age and their children by:

  1. interrupting the cycle of addiction
  2. decreasing the morbidity and mortality rate that is related to substance misuse
  3. increasing positive birth outcomes
  4. decreasing the cost of health care;
  5. promoting well families through healthy lifestyles.

Services are:

• Intake
• Therapeutic Case Management
• Day Treatment Program
• Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program
• Child Care
• Transportation
• Parenting Education
• Life Skills
• Residential Beds (limited)
• Strengthening Families Program for women and their children


Absolute Advocacy
1923 J N Pease Place Suite 102
Charlotte, NC 28262
(704) 274-2978
www.absoluteadvocacy.org

SERVICES OFFERED:

  • Substance Abuse Treatment (Short Term Outpatient, Long Term Outpatient, and Intensive Outpatient)
  • Alcohol and Drug Education
  • DWI Assessment
  • DWI Classes.

Anuvia Prevention and Recovery
100 Billingsley Rd,
Charlotte, N.C. 28211
Telephone: ((704) 376-7447
Fax: (704) 376-2172
Director: Larry Snider
Associate Director: Jonathan Belton
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Diagnostic assessments, intensive outpatient treatment (day and evening schedules), continuing care for those who have completed outpatient or inpatient treatment elsewhere, aftercare, and family programs.
In addition, the CDC also offers a lower intensity education/treatment, component called STTOP (Short Term Treatment Options Program), which has 20 and 40-hour components for persons with an “abuse” or “mild dependency diagnosis.
The CDC also operates Mecklenburg County's Alcohol/ Drug Education Traffic School- (ADETS), for persons who have a DWI and must complete ADETS.
The CDC programs are also available in Spanish, with fully bilingual counselors on staff. An assessment is required prior to admission.

Charlotte Housing Authority Substance Abuse Services
1301 South Blvd
Charlotte, N.C. 28236-6795
Telephone: (704) 336-5269
Fax: (704) 336-7627
Director: Donna Hughes

PROGRAMS OFFERED

  • Adult outpatient Services: Intensive treatment (5 times weekly) case management continuing care services and Family Services
  • Community Assistance Program-provides outreach and intervention services to residents and their family member. Trains and coordinates resident volunteers.
  • Youth Services: Prevention programming for youth.

Charlotte Rescue Mission (Rebound)
907 West First Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Telephone: (704) 334-4635
Fax: (704) 333-7285
Director: Tony Marciano
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
REBOUND is the men's division of Charlotte Rescue Mission. It provides a 90-day recovery program for men. It also offered a family program, aftercare program. Relapse prevention, group and individual counseling, 12-step work, spiritual direction, addiction education. There is generally no cost for the recovery program. Call for a screening interview.

CMC Behavioral Health Centers Assertive Community Treatment Team 1
439 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
Telephone: (704) 432-0234
Fax: (704)336-2978
Executive Director: Jane Peck, APRN-BC, CARN-AP, CCAS
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
This program consists of intensive outpatient, case management and wraparound services to assist clients in remaining in the community. To be eligible for services, clients must have had unsuccessful episodes of traditional outpatient treatment. It is a long term service that provides person-centered treatment geared toward maintaining psychiatric stability and reducing the negative consequences of substance use.

Dove's Nest
1814 Euclid Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28203
Telephone: (704) 332-3999
Fax: (704) 332-3699
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Dove's Nest is the women's division of the Charlotte Rescue Mission…a member of the International union of Gospel Missions. Dove's Nest focus is on women that are homeless or about to be, due to chemical dependency. Clients participate in a 13 week BIBLE study that helps them heal emotional wounds through Biblical perspectives. 12-step studies from Biblical perspectives and the disease concept are also studied. Dysfunctional family development, co-dependency abuse issues and women's issues are also addressed. A program is offered for the family. Minimum length of stay is 97 days. There is generally no cost for the program. Clients must be able to pass a drug test upon admission.

Dilworth Center for Chemical Dependency, Inc.
429 East Blvd.,
Charlotte, N.C. 28203
Director: Charles Odell, MSW,CCAS,CSAC
Telephone: (704) 372-6969
Fax: (704) 335-0176
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Adult Intensive Outpatient Treatment
The Dilworth Center offers a six-week, intensive outpatient, chemical dependency treatment program for adults. Adult treatment takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:15 P.M to 9:15 P.M, and Saturdays from 9:15 A.M to 12:15 P.M.
Continuing Care Treatment
The Dilworth Center offers a twelve-week, continuing care, chemical dependency treatment program for adults. Continuing Care takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:15 P.M to 7:45 P.M.
The Family Programs:

  • Adult Outpatient Services: Intensive treatment (5 times weekly) case management, continuing care services and Family Services.
  • Community Assistance program: Provides outreach and intervention services to residents and their family members. Trains and coordinates resident volunteers.

Youth Services:
Prevention programming for youth The Dilworth Center offers Family Programs for family and friends of both adult and adolescent patients. The Family Programs meet each Saturday from 9:15 AM to 12:15 PM.

Eastover Awakenings
3303 Latrobe Drive
Charlotte, NC 28211
Telephone: (704) 362-2663, ext. 139
Supervisor: Steve Hannah
Provides intensive outpatient services aimed particularly at those clients with a dual diagnosis (substance abuse and psychiatric diagnosis).

First Step
Monroe, N.C.
Director: Bill Barrowclough
Telephone: (704) 283-2043
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
A confidential call center, outpatient therapy, family therapy, intensive outpatient program, partial hospitalization program, inpatient rehabilitation is offered. This program operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

H.U.G.S. (Healing and Understanding of Grief from Suicide)
Telephone: (704) 541-9011
Fax (704) 549-5302
Executive Directors: Alice McGinley, Diane Stewart
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
H.U.G.S. is a local support group for people who have lost a family member or friend to suicide. Our mission is to offer healing, support, understanding and education in order to empower the survivor through the grieving process. We offer a safe environment where confidentiality and individual differences are honored in a respectful and appropriate manner.
We ask that people call and speak to us before attending group.

McLeod Center Addictive Disease Center, Inc.
145 Remount Rd.,
Charlotte, N.C., 28203
Telephone: (704) 332-9001
Fax: (704) 332-0124
President: S. Eugene Hall
PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Residential Services

  • Residential Treatment Center (20-bed facility)
  • Continuation Place (5-bed facility for adolescents)
  • Adolescents Group Home (5-bed facility for adolescents)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment:

  • Outpatient treatment for adults
  • Family Counseling
  • Aftercare Support
  • Methadone Treatment Program (Charlotte, Gastonia, Hickory, Concord, Boone and Marion)

Criminal Justice Programs

  • Treatment Alternative to Safe Communities (TASC)
  • DWI Drug Education

Special Services

  • Training program for professionals
  • Family orientation to addictive disease
  • Drug Testing

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:
Vary by Service; call (704) 332-9001 to make an appointment for an assessment.

New Beginnings
1508 Cleveland Avenue,
Charlotte, N.C. 28203
Telephone: (704) 334-6574
Director: Pam Reading

PROGRAMS OFFERED: (Outpatient)

  • Assessments and Evaluations
  • 20 hour Treatment/Education Program
  • 40 hour Treatment Program
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Adolescent Services
  • Family Services
  • Drug Testing
  • DWI Assessments
  • Accepts most major insurance plans
  • Flexible self-payment plans

Serenity Counseling Services
1409 East Blvd.,
Charlotte, N.C. 28203
Telephone: (704) 338-1155
Fax: (704) 342-1917
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
DWI and general assessments, first step treatment program. Advance outpatient, relapse prevention, continuing care, spiritual issues, marriage and family services are also offered.

SAIL
(Southeast Addiction Learning Center, Inc.)
5601 Executive Drive Center,
Charlotte, N.C. 28212
Telephone: (704) 561-0920
Fax: (704) 561-0851
Executive Director: Thomas Austin
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
SAIL is an outpatient Center for the treatment of Abuse and Drug Abuse and Dependency. SAIL offers several level of care including DWI assessments, Anger Management, Drug and Alcohol Education, Latino groups, Family groups, as well as several levels of treatment for the Chemically Dependent. Each client is given a comprehensive Substance Abuse Assessment and is placed in the appropriate level of treatment based on the criteria recommended by the American Society of Addictive Medicine (ASAM). SAIL substance abuse treatment programs are 12 steps based; however, a variety of therapeutic techniques are utilized.

Substance Abuse Services Center
429 Billingsley Road,
Charlotte, N.C. 28211
Telephone: (704) 336-3067
Fax: (704) 336-5107
Unit Supervisor: Kim Phillips, CCAS, CCS
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Residential substance abuse treatment provides 32 beds of intensive residential substance abuse treatment for adults who suffer from alcoholism and other drug addictions. Services include diagnostic assessments, individual and group counseling, life skills training, exposure to AA/NA self help groups, and aftercare programs and family groups. The traditional substance abuse residential programs provides up to 28 days of intensive residential treatment and the residential relapse program provides up to 14 days of intensive relapse specific treatment programming. Counselors certified by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board provide all programming.
For residential/relapse programs: Must be screened and pre-approved through authorized portals. Call 336-6404 for the contact information for authorized portals.

The Substance Abuse Programs at the Mecklenburg County Jails
801 East 4th Street,
Charlotte, N.C.
Telephone: (704) 336-8214
Fax: (704) 432-0298
Unit Supervisor: Otis Stroud
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
The Substance Abuse Programs at the Mecklenburg County Jails provide primary substance abuse treatment, as well as a relapse prevention treatment to adult men and women who are incarcerated within the Mecklenburg County Jail system. Both of these programs are a minimum of 28 days in length. The program also provides an aftercare/continuing care support group for graduates of the program who are still serving a sentence and an outpatient group for graduates who have been released. Requests for treatment can be made by an inmate from any pod within the jail by completing the standard program request form. In addition to adult services, substance abuse education and prevention services are provided to youthful offenders at Jail North.

Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office Department of Inmate Programming
801 E. 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Telephone: (704) 336-8210
Fax: (704) 432-1836
Executive Director: Karen Simon

S.T.E.P. Drug Treatment Court
(Supervision, Treatment, Education, and Prevention)
800 East Fourth Street
Charlotte, N.C. 28202
Telephone: (704) 358-6216
Fax: (704) 342-5466
Director: Janeanne Tourtellott
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Substance abuse evaluation, outpatient and inpatient substance abuse treatment relapse intervention, referrals for employment, medical transportation, and other ancillary supports, supervision provided by probation and parole and drug court case management, bi-weekly court appearances.

The Substance Abuse Program at the Men's Shelter of Charlotte
1210 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Telephone: 704-614-3691
Unit Supervisor: Tristin L. White
PROGRAMS OFFERED: The program provides a Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) program to men who are residing at the homeless shelter. The program is approximately 42 days in length. Services include assessment and referral, individual and group therapy, case management services, life skills training, aftercare and exposure to 12-step recovery support groups in the community.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be a resident of the Men's Shelter of Charlotte
  2. Must meet ASAM standards for this level of treatment (11.5)
  3. Must be 18 years of age

The Salvation Army Center of Hope
Telephone: 704-614-3691
Unit Supervisor: Tristin L. White
PROGRAMS OFFERED: The program provides a Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) program to women who are residing at the homeless shelter. The program is approximately 42 days in length. Services include assessment and referral, individual and group therapy, case management services, life skills training, aftercare and exposure to 12-step recovery support groups in the community.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be a resident of The Salvation Army Center of Hope
  2. Must meet ASAM standards for this level of treatment (11.5)
  3. Must be 18 years of age