Rehab FAQ

Q: How do I know if addiction is affecting me?

A: Addiction is defined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH) as a chronic disease in which individuals keep using substance no matter

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Q: How long is your treatment program?

A: Each treatment program track is specifically individualized to meet the needs of a specific patient. For this reason, each patient’s suggested stay will

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Q: I struggle with mental health issues along with substance addiction. Can Asheville Recovery Center help me, too?

A: At Asheville Recovery Center, we provide a dual diagnosis program, which means that we offer support for individuals who are struggling with both

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Q: Is there any other therapy or care that is aimed towards treating other problems, rather than addiction?

A: We know that addiction is a disease that is not custom to a specific demographic. As a result, it affects each individual differently.

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Q: Will my family be a part of my addiction treatment?

A: Yes. Addiction doesn’t just affect the user. It affects family, friends, and loved ones. Throughout treatment, it’s usually helpful to include the family

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Q: What happens after treatment ends?

A: Recovery isn’t over once treatment ends. Usually, 30 days in residential treatment is not enough to learn all that a patient needs to

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Q: What is your stance on confidentiality?

A: We are bound by confidentiality to our patients under all circumstances. Your medical records, treatment specifics, and conversations during therapy will remain between

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Q: How much does addiction treatment at Asheville Recovery Center cost?

A: Because we offer different forms of treatment and each patient’s program track differs, addiction treatment cost is different for each patient. But, we

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Q: What is addiction treatment at Asheville Recovery Center like?

A: We are a small, intimate program that provides individualized care for each specific patient. Because of our high staff to client ratio that

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Q: I’m addicted to my pain prescription and am worried about managing my chronic pain throughout treatment. Can Asheville Recovery Center help me?

A: Yes, we offer a pain management program which helps to monitor, manage, and treat individuals dealing with symptoms of chronic pain. Our staff

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