The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration regularly releases a report on the behavioral health of people in and around Fayetteville, NC. In North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi, 2.5 million people over 12 have an alcohol addiction and 3.6 million struggle with drug addiction.
In North Carolina alone, there were 3,188 overdose deaths in 2020 – A 38% increase from 2018. Many of these deaths were entirely preventable had the people suffering sought help at an alcohol and drug rehab, like Changing Tides.
We offer a range of substance abuse programs to suit our client’s diverse needs. Our tiered system goes over and above other rehab centers in Fayetteville by providing uniquely structured outpatient treatment and sober living services.
Everyone who attends a treatment program stays on-site at our beachfront location to help you rebuild a lifestyle conducive to recovery.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)/Day Treatment
The most intensive treatment plan and the first stage of our tiered programs are ideal for people with severe addiction. If you feel your life is out of control and struggling to function in your personal life, career and self-care, our PHP, aka day treatment program, can help.
Whether you’re stepping out of residential treatment or medical detox or it’s the first stage of your recovery journey, we’d recommend day treatment. The first 10 days replicate an inpatient program and are crucial for gaining a full view of your unique treatment requirements. You’ll participate in withdrawal management, family therapy sessions, group counseling, refuge recovery and yoga.
Intensive (IOP) and General Outpatient Programs
Intensive outpatient services are the next step down from PHP/day treatment plans. These services take place five times per week for three hours each day. You’ll take part in group therapy, individual therapy, experiential groups and psychoeducation.
When you’re not in treatment, you’ll work on assignments, attend meetings and seek education or employment. You’ll implement the coping skills and tools you learned in the PHP.
General outpatient treatment services is the least intensive outpatient program and an ideal step down from the IOP — or the first step for individuals struggling with a less severe addiction. While less severe isn’t easy to define, it generally refers to individuals in the early stages of a substance use disorder or who display three or fewer symptoms.
In our GOP, you attend sessions three times per day for one hour, with the majority of your time spent working, volunteering or attending school.