Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs in NC

Addiction and Recovery Treatment

Changing Tides offers Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs for those who suffer from addiction.  We offer a tier of programs which we feel benefits clients as they can work their way through each program through one Alcohol and Drug Rehab Program.  The programs that we offer are: Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Outpatient Program (OP), all with a Sober Living “real life” Environment.  We provide appropriate structure and monitoring that is essential for clients to thrive in their recovery.  In our programs, clients begin to build their own recovery network and restore their lives free of alcohol and/or chemical dependency in a supportive environment.  Our goal is to provide clients with the tools and coping skills that are needed for early recovery and relapse prevention in a setting conducive to recovery.

A very unique feature of Changing Tides that you will not find in most extended care settings is that we are able to simulate a “real world environment” with on-site clinical services.  In a majority of treatment centers, on-site clinical services are not available, rather you have to travel to therapy.  At Changing Tides clients will have all services available to them on-site.  Providing on-site clinical services is something that we feel is necessary and beneficial, and we are happy to be able to provide these services to our clients.  We work with clients on managing their every day lives in a manner that is effective while also teaching them how to handle cravings if triggers to use should arise.  We also offer a Family Program and family is invited and encouraged to attend on-site visits with their loved one in order to be a part of the learning and healing process.  You will find below why we feel our program is beneficial to those who seek to recover.  We will also explain to you how we can provide the care that you need in order to thrive in your recovery.

At Changing Tides our clients can begin to experience new freedoms in a “real world environment” while beginning or continuing in their treatment and recovery process.  The professionals at Changing Tides have many years combined of experience.  One aspect that these professional all note is the high amount of failed attempts at achieving sustained sobriety after a 30 day treatment program. The individual with newfound recovery experiences an alarming level of regression and eventually relapses due to losses that occur after leaving the treatment setting.  The client experiences a first, second, and third loss in their recovery effort in the transition.  The three losses that we see occur are peer support relationships, structure and accountability.

Peer support relationships in treatment have healthy impacts on individuals and strong bonds with peers assist in the recovery effort.  This “closeness” between peers often is more impactful than the relationship with the clinical staff.  The problem that we see is the transitioning from a 30 day treatment program back home and the loss of those relationships and support which can be devastating to an individual in early recovery.  In a typical PHP, IOP, OP or Sober Living Environment, clients live off-site and report to an office and spend time with their peers and staff for a total of 2-4 hours a session.  They do not have the camaraderie that they once had in treatment and therefore lack that connection to their peers.  Peer support relationships is the first loss when transitioning from inpatient treatment.

The second loss that often occurs is accountability.  The accountability provided in a 30 day treatment gives individuals who are recovering a new found outlook on life, thus a sense of self-confidence emerges.  In a 30 day treatment setting, clients may receive accountability checks around the clock, 24/7, and to quickly lose that can be devastating to a person’s recovery.  We see at this time that spouses, friends and family attempt to become their loved ones accountability person.  Generally this attempt fails due to their lack of experience, training and knowledge of the disease of addiction.   This can destroy or damage the relationships, and we see issues arise such as judgement, boundaries being crossed and disappointment.  This all leads to a regression in the family unit, reverting back to destructive behaviors and can lead the individual to relapse.

Structure is the third loss.  Transitioning from a a strictly scheduled day in a 30 day treatment to being solely responsible for structuring your own day is difficult and overwhelming.  Structure provides many different aspects that are vital to recovery such as, healthy sleeping habits, healthy eating practices, healthy self-discipline and self-respect.  When this structure is lost so quickly, this leads to a lack of accountability, excuses to not participate in recovery, unhealthy sleeping patterns along with the deterioration of all aspects of life.  Relapse occurs due to the lack of healthy structure which promotes recovery.

These three losses in the transition from a 30 day treatment program are common problems and contribute to relapse.  This is where Changing Tides can be the CHANGE that is needed to lessen addiction relapse.  We are prepared to offer all three aspects that are generally lost in the transition.  We provide our clients a peer group, hold our clients accountable by having them on-site and monitoring them daily, and provide the structure that is needed for individuals in early recovery to thrive.  We are able to offer more than just a 30 day treatment program and hope that our clients will all transition through our tier of programs.  We fully believe that clients need a tier of treatment programs to progress through and that is why we offer our 4 programs, we believe that 28-30 days of treatment just isn’t enough for most people. As a result we believe you will put yourself at a greater chance of success with one our Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs here in N.C.

Why Changing Tides

Changing Tides was designed to incorporate the aspects that are lost in the transition from short term treatment such as: peer relationships, accountability, and structure in a manner that is less intense than residential treatment.  The goal of our program is to ease the individuals into a “real world environment” while continuing their treatment with clinical professionals. We offer both a Partial Hospitalization Program,  Intensive Outpatient Program and Outpatient Program in conjunction with a Sober Living Environment.  We also offer a Family Program in order to bring families back together and provide addiction and recovery education to families.  Our clients receive a structured and comprehensive program that supports their recovery and sobriety.  In our program, clients begin to focus on all that they have learned in their residential treatment and put it to work!  We will be there to support and enhance this aspect of your recovery.  The major focus of our program is relapse prevention with an emphasis on specific goals such as; addressing underlying issues revolving around the addiction, obtaining a positive support network, enhancing recovery confidence, establishing new behavioral and lifestyle changes and developing coping strategies. Changing Tides understands how fragile early recovery is; therefore we have implemented a structured schedule for our clients.  Clients will be involved in their schedule which includes group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, psychoeducation therapy, experiential therapies and AA/NA Meetings.

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