Kelly Moselle/A BlueHorizon Residential Treatment
A BlueHorizon Residential Treatment is a substance use disorders (addiction) intensive treatment program for men and women who suffer from addictive diseases. Services are provided both on an out-patient basis, with or without supervised recovery residence services. Clients work in a community environment with a highly experienced staff and are engaged in a structured treatment regimen that includes evidence-based treatment practices in conjunction with a 12-step based philosophy.
Dana Rider & Kevin Short/My Real Recovery
Real Recovery is a sober living, halfway housing and treatment aftercare program designed specifically for young men ages 18-28 that have struggled with substance abuse and addiction. Situated on seven acres of beautiful riverfront property just north of the mountain city Asheville, North Carolina – it is unlike any other program that exists anywhere in the country.
They take a common sense approach to rehabilitation. Rather than being institutional, they implement a highly structured program in a casual environment. All of their residents have individualized and structured plans in place designed specifically for them by Real Recovery staff. Their clients participate in daily group activities, therapy, community and 12-step applications in a supportive, brotherhood-focused community. Although Real Recovery is a halfway housing provider, their individualized and hands-on approach to the services offered for young men stand out from those of standard halfway house programs across the United States.
What makes them really unique, however, is their belief in teaching young men to live life on life’s terms. Their goal is to instill a love for the life that they have been graciously given. Fun, love and helping others are the answers to a successful rehabilitation at Real Recovery.
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