Only 18% of treatment centers in the US offer a program longer than 30 days.

At Crest View Recovery Center, we understand that no two individuals are the same. Because of this, we meet clients where they are in their addiction recovery by offering substance abuse treatment programs with multiple levels of care. Our professionals tailor each aspect of treatment to our clients’ unique needs and addiction history. Moreover, we believe it gives individuals the best chance of recovery.

About Our Different Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

All of our substance abuse treatment programs are grounded in evidence-based therapeutic approaches. Moreover, these methods have proven to help clients achieve lasting recovery and go on to live productive, substance-free lives.

For those just starting their recovery journeys, we recommend our comprehensive rehab treatment program. This program has an inpatient feel without the constraints of a traditional rehab program. Usually lasting about 45 days, clients undergo intensive therapy during the day at our beautiful Asheville facility. Moreover, clients work with licensed counselors, psychiatrists, and other caring professionals to get to the root causes of addiction. In the evening, they’ll participate in activities tailored around their unique treatment goals.

Why Different Types of Treatment Programs are Necessary:

Each individual is different. Their struggles and needs are unique. For this reason, not every treatment program works for everyone. By offering varying levels of program intensity more people can find a program option that works for them.

Discharge Planning with Reality Therapy

As part of our unique treatment approach, we adhere to a reality-based model. Moreover, the goal of reality therapy is to teach individuals how to live life on life’s terms. Whether it’s focusing on lifestyle choices, coping techniques or even how to shop for groceries, clients have found the takeaways to be life-changing.

Even after completing the initial stage of rehab treatment, many individuals still need some time before transitioning into a full-on independent lifestyle. Because of this, we encourage clients to continue treatment in our intensive outpatient program for an additional 4–6 weeks. Now that you’ll be out on your own, you’ll have the flexibility to slowly adjust to everyday living as you attend therapy a few times a week for a few hours at a time.

Follow the links below to learn more about our specific Substance Abuse Treatment Program options:

Therapies We Offer:

  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Family Therapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Yoga and Meditation
  • Acupuncture Treatment
  • Reality-Based Therapy

After Treatment

Overall, recovery is an ongoing journey. As a follow-up to our amazing substance abuse treatment programs, individuals who graduate from CVRC’s programs can take advantage of our amazing alumni program. Moreover, through events and community-sponsored activities, we allow those in active recovery to maintain positive peer relationships.

The number of Americans who entered a substance abuse treatment program rose almost 20% from 2007 to 2017.

Substance Abuse Treatment Programs at Crest View Recovery Center:

Inpatient Rehab Program

Intensive Outpatient Program

Outpatient Addiction Treatment

We’re Ready to Guide You to Recovery

The professionals at Crest View Recovery Center are ready and willing to help anyone struggling with addiction embrace lifelong change. Contact Crest View Recovery Center today at 866.327.2505 to begin your journey.

“I would highly recommend this facility to anyone who is struggling with there addiction. Being here made me realize who i truly am in life, ive learned recovery prevention, the twelve steps, boundaries, safe coping skills & tons more from being here. The staff is excellent and its like a real life rehab for everyday living. the therapist are amazing and truly helped me through what i couldnt help myself through.”

Recent Client
Crest View Recovery Center offers effective and personalized substance abuse treatment programs for a variety of needs. Reach out today to learn more about how we can help!

Article Reviewed by Patrice Wishon, LCSW, LCAS, CCS

Patrice Wishon, LCSW, LCAS, CCSPatrice has over 30 years experience working in social work and mental health/substance abuse counseling. She received her Master’s degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and has worked in a variety of settings, including community-based outpatient, hospital and classroom settings. Patrice specializes in substance abuse treatment, trauma and women’s issues.