Inpatient Rehab Facilities

PORT Adolescent Residential – Greenville

114 Health Dr.
Greenville, NC 27834
252-413-1965

PORT Adolescent Residential – Aberdeen

204 N. Pine Street
Aberdeen, NC 28315
910-944-2189

Port Adolescent Residential – Burgaw

316 Progress Dr.
Burgaw, NC 28425
910-259-5212

Port Adolescent Residential – The PORT Adolescent Substance Abuse Program provides residential and day treatment care for adolescents who have not been successful with other interventions thus necessitating the need for 24-hour supervised care and specific therapies to address their strengths, needs, abilities and preferences. The program is designed to address the behavioral, emotional, environmental, academic, vocational, and spiritual needs of persons served during their program stay. A combination of treatment philosophies are utilized to enable the adolescents and their families to internalize and maintain the therapeutic gains as they reintegrate into their respective communities.

Cost/Insurance: We participate with BCBS, Medcost, Medicare, Aetna, CIGNA, Tricare, Magellan, CHAMPVA, Humana, United Health Care, NCHC, Medicaid and self pay. It is your responsibility to verify that we are in network with your insurance. If you currently do not have insurance, we may be able to help you access funds to help support your treatment.

All patients must complete a Fee Agreement, bring proof of income, have a current copy of your insurance card and a photo ID. If you do not bring a copy of your insurance card, you will be charged full rate until you provide proof of coverage. You should call your insurance company before your first visit to find out benefits of your policy.

Your co-pay amount is due at the time of service. If you have not met your deductible we will collect the amount due at the time of service. We will file claims for those insurances in which we are contracted, as well as secondary insurance. Once we have received payment from your insurance company, you will receive a bill for any outstanding balance. You then will be responsible for that balance. Payment is expected within 15 days of the billing statement.

We accept cash, money orders, VISA and MasterCard.


Recovery Ventures

Intake Office:
2706 US Highway 70 East
Swannanoa, NC 28778
(828) 686-0354 or (888) 663-4085

Basic Description:  Recovery Ventures is long term residential treatment for alcohol and drug abuse/dependence.  The Recovery Ventures program is comprised of 5 phases, where privileges are earned as associates progress through each phase. With these privileges comes more responsibility to help others in the community, and help run the facilities as well.

·  Transition:

The transition phase is the first phase of our program and usually lasts between 45 to 60 days. During this phase, you become familiar with your surroundings and the structure of the program. You also learn the rules, policies, and procedures of our program.

·  Acclimation:

Following the transition phase, you are beginning to understand the program and the direction you are headed in your personal recovery. During this phase, you receive a larger role in personal responsibility and accountability. You have the opportunity to earn privileges, with a more active role in assisting newer residents. An initial treatment plan is established based on your input and issues that have surfaced.

·  Leadership:

The leadership phase is the first major step up in the program, typically this lasts about six months. You should know the guidelines of the program at this stage and accept more responsibility for the proper guidance and development of newer residents, as well as take on active roles in house responsibilities. During this phase, you will work extensively on your personal issues and develop the skills you need to deal with them.

·  Enrichment:

Your personal development of responsibilities and accountability continues in the enrichment phase.  This phase also lasts about 6 months.  This is a significant stage of development where supervision, counseling, and guidance are performed on an as needed basis.  Your treatment plans are revised to include individual interests, as well as career and educational goals.

·  Internship:

The last phase is aftercare.  In this phase, associates begin to transition back into society as productive citizens by securing gainful employment of their own while maintaining interaction with the core of the program.  The transitional housing structure is less demanding and restrictive than the primary care facilities, but is the most valuable for sustainable recovery after graduation.

Cost/Insurance Information: Substance abuse treatment costs money, and unfortunately, the majority of us who need treatment have little or no money, no insurance, and in most cases, no one that is willing to help with the financial burdens of long-term substance abuse treatment. As stated earlier, you earn what you get at Recovery Ventures. Everything that you need will be provided for you through our organization. Recovery Ventures is a self-supporting, 501c(3) charitable organization as defined by the United States Internal Revenue Service.  While the majority of our daily operational and administrative expenses are paid through the work all associates perform for our contract employers, any additional needs are met through tax deductible donations that we receive.


Calvary Chapel

154 River Road
Orrington, ME 04474
(207) 991-9555

Seven Oaks Training CenterSeven Oaks is a residential discipleship program training men with life controlling problems who are determined to overcome their bondage. The Men’s program has been developed into three phases:

Phase 1: The first eight weeks are highly restrictive and regimented. Completion of a Biblical Foundations course involving personal study is required. A daily work routine is also a part of this phase. They are not allowed to have and use cell phones, iPods, computers, or other electronic devises.

Phase 2: The student becomes a more serious disciple through continued study and application of God’s Word. Additionally, during this sixteen-week schedule responsibilities are increased. Leadership roles develop as the student demonstrates his ability to serve others effectively. They are not allowed to have and use cell phones, iPods, computers, or other electronic devises. During the final month of this phase, students will be afforded the opportunity to develop a Phase 3 Transition Plan.

Transition Plan: In order to make the transition from Seven Oaks Training Center to the next season of life, a number of issues must be considered and arrangements made (e.g. securing Godly fellowship, finding employment and housing, obtaining a driver’s license, paying off debts, etc.). Therefore, at the beginning of the student’s sixth month a Seven Oaks Transition Plan must be developed and approved. Additional phone time will be provided for the purpose of making important contacts and necessary arrangements. The program’s director and overseers will assist the student whenever possible in making all necessary contacts.

Phase 3: During this twenty-four week period the student will adhere to all program rules and requirements. The goal of this phase is to enable the student to effectively transition into the community as an honest, responsible, maturing man of God.

  • A primary objective of the student in Phase 3 is to secure and maintain gainful employment. Learning to work and interact in the world without yielding to sin is an evidence of their profession of new life in Christ. Colossians 3:9-10 – Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices and have put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge in the image of its Creator.
  • In the rare event a student is called by God to another ministry, SOTC guidelines will remain in effect. The student’s Transition Plan will be his blueprint for discipleship under the authority of the local church to which God has led him.
  • Every student will be eligible for a CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION from the Seven Oaks Training Center when the Transition Plan has been accomplished and authenticated.

This is a non-smoking program


Blessed Hope

Blessed Hope is a residential discipleship ministry working with women who are seeking a way of escape

from drugs, alcohol, and other life controlling issues. The framework of Blessed Hope is a process by which women in crisis come to accept the biblical message of becoming a new woman though faith in Jesus Christ, and the truth of God’s Word.

Blessed Hope is a Christ-centered alternative to secular programs within the drug and alcohol community.

Our ministry has been very successful in setting women free, restoring relationships, and giving them a future filled with hope.

The Women’s program has been developed into three phases:

Phase 1 – is a two-month phase of the program with a highly restricted and monitored schedule. The resident must complete foundational courses of personal study, attend daily instructional studies and attend regular church services. Studies will address issues that lead to addictions, destructive behavior, wrong decision making, and much more. Blessed Hope is a work program designed to instill proper work ethics. Daily work projects for Phase One residents will generally be limited to the Blessed Hope residence and Calvary Chapel properties. The resident will have a safe environment, free of temptations and opportunities to continue in their life controlling patterns.

Phase 2 – is four months of the residential stay, where the resident now becomes a serious Bible student, required to attend special study classes as well as the daily instructional studies and church services. Work projects for Phase Two residents may be outside of the residence and more community focused, emphasizing the serving of others. This phase is still very restrictive and structured.

Transitional Phase – is the final six-months of commitment where the resident resides in our transitional facility. This phase is crucial as residents take what their new knowledge and enter society where they will have opportunity to apply what they have learned, as temptations present themselves. This is done while she still has the support of the Blessed Hope community and staff. She will be expected to find employment, pay rent, follow house guideline and regulations, continue in fellowship at Calvary Chapel, and find a place to “serve” or give back. She will be encouraged and assisted in clearing up/meeting any legal obligations, financial wreckage, and working to mend relationships. She will be expected to live a “clean” life and encourage women in the first phases.

This is a non-smoking program


Wilmington Treatment Center

2520 Troy Drive
Wilmington, NC
(800) 992-3671

Basic Description:  Typically lasting up to 28 days, our treatment programming at Wilmington is open to men and women aged 18 and older who have primary substance use disorders, though we also welcome individuals who have primary substance use disorders and other co-occurring mental health disorders. Patients who complete inpatient residential care often move into our step-down partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient program.

Cost/Insurance: Wilmington Treatment Center contrast, as participating providers, with most insurance plans including, but not limited to: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Magellan, Medcost, Optum, Physicians Health Plan, TRICARE, UHC/UBH.  We accept Medicare for the portions of our program they reimburse.  Any non-covered services and/or days are the patient’s financial responsibility.  These arrangements must be made prior to admission to the facility.  We also offer a private pay program.


Owl’s Nest

2528 West Palmetto
Florence, SC 29501
(888)70-4286

Basic Description: Residents are required to make a minimum 28 day commitment to The Owl’s Nest, but may stay longer depending on their individual needs. The Short Term Intensive Program at The Owl’s Nest is an intensive study and application of the only time tested proven method of recovery from addiction, the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous as they are outlined in the Big Book.

This program offers a more personalized course of implementation. Clients will participate in group sessions that contain less people which will allow the staff to effectively present the curriculum in a shorter amount of time. During these sessions, clients will also be encouraged to discuss their experiences and how they plan on achieving sobriety through the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Along with these group sessions, clients will participate in workshops that provide education and insight into each of the twelve steps and their application.

At The Owl’s Nest, clients are more than just a number. If a client feels they need more time, they are encouraged to remain with The Owl’s Nest until they feel comfortable enough to return home. By completing this program and becoming an Owl’s Nest Alumni, clients leave us with a lifelong network of recovered addicts that live all over the country.

Cost/Insurance:  Contact for more information


Angel of Hope House

Hickory, North Carolina
(828)315-0352

Basic Description:  Angel of Hope House is exclusively for women 18 years of age and older who are motivated for recovery from alcohol and/or drug dependency conditions.  It is a one-year transitional point for women.  The Angel of Hope House is individualized to each woman’s needs.  “Time” is often the most important element in learning a new way of life without alcohol or drugs.  Home visits are approved as the individual progresses in the program.  Home visits are granted for a night or weekend away from from home after 60 days.  Passes will not be granted more frequently than twice per weekend.

“Angel of Hope House”, embraces the 12-Step Program philosophy and daily attendance of AA meetings is an integral part of the program.  Whether or not a resident can work is individualized, but  most people need several months to completely integrate into the program and recovery community.  Program features include:

  • Spiritually based facility
  • Sober living environment
  • Daily in-house meetings
  • Education about alcoholism/addiction
  • Provide service/care based on individual needs

Angel of Hope House utilizes a house that provides a safe and comprehensive environment for the stay of transitional women.  It will be supervised by the Executive Director with the assistance of the House Manager and volunteers.  Residents will be provided with a furnished room with utilities, and laundry facilities. This will be a home-like environment, where all residents participate in the operation of the house, including weekly house meetings.

Women who are accepted into the home will be assisted with finding permanent housing before they leave.  They will be required to find employment through job placement agencies and similar organizations.

Cost/Insurance: Contact for more information


Hope Homes

Charlotte, NC
(877) 355-1141

Basic Description:  Hope Homes Recovery Services provides long-term, extended care recovery residences and recovery support services to individuals recovering from alcoholism, substance abuse, emotional, and/or eating disorders. Our program is designed to bridge the gap from early recovery to independent living. We serve adult men and women, 18 years and above, who live in appropriately separate communities.

The residential component of Hope Homes offers a safe, healthy environment where collaborative community networking is emphasized. It is an integral piece of our program, but it is only a small part of what we do. The most valuable aspect of the Hope Homes program is a our professional life skill counselors and the services they provide to our residents.

Life Skills Counselors

  • Professional life skill counselors live on-site and are available to residents 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
  • Each resident is assigned a primary counselor with whom he or she develops a partnership based on trust. The counselor-resident relationship is essential to the Hope Homes model. Through this relationship, residents learn structure, accountability, and skills necessary for a life in recovery. 
  • Counselors collaborate with the referral sources and collateral contacts of each resident to ensure continuity and efficacy of care.
  • Counselors keep family members apprised of the progress of each resident on a case by case basis (if appropriate).
  • Counselors meet weekly with each resident in a one-on-one session to assess his or her progress and assist with any issues the resident may be experiencing.
  • Each counselor is supported by a Counselor Supervisor. Counselor Supervisors coordinate all resident assessments, behavioral interventions and discharges under the clinical supervision of the Executive Director.

 Recovery Facilitation

  • 90 Meetings in 90 Days
  • Weekly on-site 12 Step Meeting
  • Referral Source Collaboration
  • Continuing Care Service Provider Collaboration
  • Family Collaboration
  • Frequent, Random Drug Screening
  • Dual Diagnosis Support
  • Weekly Clinical Assessments of each resident, conducted by Counselor Supervisors
  • Specialized Recovery Tracks to meet the unique needs of each resident

Community Building

  • Weekly Fellowship Opportunities
  • Experiential Based Activities
  • Monthly Community Meal
  • Monthly Fun Nights
  • Weekly Community Check-Ins and Assessments
  • Service Work Projects
  • Annual Weekend Retreat

Life skills developement

  • Employment Guidance and Support
  • Education Guidance and Support
  • Experiential Based Activities
  • Nutrition & Fitness Guidance
  • Weekly Scheduling and Planning
  • In-House Support Groups
  • Morning and Evening Apartment Check-Ins
  • Personal and Community Hygiene Mindfulness

Cost/Insurance: Call for more information