Asheville, North Carolina
Addiction is a chronic, progressive and fatal disease if left untreated. Drug and alcohol addiction has greatly affected North Carolina, and Asheville is no exception. Fortunately, addiction help is available for Asheville residents who wish to break free from the chains of addiction.
Road to Freedom is a Christ-centered addiction treatment center that restores lives through the power of Jesus Christ. For information about our program and how we can help you, call (844) 402-3605.
Christian Addiction Treatment Center
Road to Freedom is a licensed and accredited Christ-centered addiction treatment center. We are accredited by the Joint Commission, which means we adhere to and exceed the highest standards of quality patient care. Our comprehensive program combines biblical principles with evidence-based practices for addiction recovery.
We recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment is often ineffective. Given this understanding, we offer customized treatment plans to meet the specific needs and goals of each patient. Depending on your unique situation, your treatment plan may include the following faith-based treatments and multimodal therapies:
- Safe, medically-supervised drug and alcohol detox
- Pastoral counseling
- Group addiction counseling
- One-on-one therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Biblically based 12-step meetings
- Family workshops
- Court Liaison Program
- Chronic pain management
- Holistic therapies
- Relapse prevention
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Aftercare services
For more information on our individualized treatment plans, call us now at (844) 402-3605.
Substance Abuse in Asheville, North Carolina
Buncombe County, where Asheville is located, is included in the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program. Asheville has not been able to escape the opioid epidemic plaguing the nation. According to the N.C. Disease Event Tracking and Epidemiologic Collection Tool, over the past several years, hospital emergency room visits in Buncombe County for heroin overdoses have increased dramatically. Law enforcement officials in Asheville report an upsurge in heroin use and overdoses in the city. They attribute the rise in heroin use to the increasing difficulty in obtaining prescription opiate drugs, like oxycodone. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who are addicted to prescription opiates are 40 times more likely to use heroin.
Start Healing Today
With individualized Christian treatment and support, you or your loved one can recover from your addiction to drugs and alcohol and re-establish your relationship with Jesus Christ, the source of your freedom. Start healing today by calling Road to Freedom at (844) 402-3605. Help is available 24/7, even on holidays.
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