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Harvest of Wilmington

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cheap rehabs in wilmington north carolinaThe Basics

Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, Harvest of Wilmington is an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility that has been around since 1997. Though originally geared towards DUI/DWI cases, the program has since expanded to include psychological assessments and other related services.

Treatment and Staff

While the program’s primary focus is on court-ordered clients facing DUI/DWI charges, treatment in the form of individual and group therapy is offered in four different levels. The Alcohol and Drug Education and Traffic School (ADETS) is a 16-hour program spread over five sessions and geared towards first time offenders. The next level is the short-term outpatient program, which involves 20 hours of treatment; the long-term track requires 40 hours and the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) requires 90 hours.

Same-day appointments and walk-ins are available, though each perspective client must undergo an initial assessment. Treatment modalities include CBT and 12-step support. If inpatient treatment is needed or desired, outside referrals to can be made.

The staff consists of Master’s-level drug and alcohol counselors all with degrees in clinical psychology.

Extras

Harvest of Wilmington also offers an aftercare program that generally lasts for 20 hours over the course of several weeks. Case management services, psychological assessments and a six-week anger management program is also available if needed. People suffering from co-occurring disorders can attend standalone counseling for depression and anxiety. Couples counseling is also offered.

In Summary

Although treatment is somewhat limited to court-ordered clients, the program does provide treatment using evidence-based practices and an introduction to 12-step recovery at a variety of intensities. Those in need of additional psychological support can get the counseling they need as part of one of their programs or on its own. While some people facing substance abuse and addiction issues may need a more comprehensive or residential program, Harvest of Wilmington remains a worthy and affordable option.

Harvest of Wilmington
773 South Kerr Ave
Wilmington, NC 28403

Harvest of Wilmington Cost: Sliding scale. Reach Harvest of Wilmington at (910) 793-0566 or by email at [email protected] Find Harvest of Wilmington on Facebook

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  1. First session, excellent. Bought into the next sessions, and was unbelievably
    disappointed. The instructor was so “into” herself and talking endlessly about
    her daughter. I appreciate that she was proud of her daughter entering
    in acting, but that’s not what I paid to hear. So self absorbed. A worse than
    horrible waste of time and money. Who pays to watch an instructor endlessly
    flipping her hair?

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