Robeson Healthcare is a vast system of services spread across Robeson County, North Carolina. Their substance abuse treatment includes medical center outpatient treatment programs, as well as a network of residential facilities for inpatient substance abuse treatment. RHCC Men’s Home is offered for men, and women can choose from five houses—including Grace Court, Our House, Cambridge Place, The Village and Crystal Lake.
Accommodations and Food
All five residential treatment homes available to women have similar services and expectations, including transportation for clients and their children to-and-from outside commitments, case management, child care, community services and social services. Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) services are also available through each residential rehab.
Accommodation options available to women, expectant mothers and mothers through RHCC boast apartment-style living quarters. RHCC’s residential treatment homes offer residents their own room, with a full kitchen shared with either one or two other individuals. Clients have the benefit of making their own food on their own schedule.
With 24 beds for women and their children, Grace Court provides an opportunity for women to seek help while maintaining their relationship with their family. Within the house, 16 of the beds are for transitional living clients, with eight beds designed for residents with more intensive needs.
Our House focuses on treating clients with perinatal health care needs, with 10 beds available for pregnant and postpartum mothers and their newborns.
Cambridge Place and The Village are two separate facilities, each with six beds available for expectant mothers and postpartum mothers and their newborns. In conjunction with these two homes is RHCC’s Maternal Program—a set of three apartments for women where they can live privately with their children under the age of 11.
In addition, RHCC offers several CASA Works homes located near the other residential facilities, including Crystal Lake in the Southern Pines area of North Carolina. Both CASA programs are designed to assist mothers in recovery with children under 12 to find jobs and be prepared to provide for their families.
RHCC also offers a residential program for men; The Men’s Recovery Home, a 90 day residential treatment facility that offers the same recovery benefits and services as the other homes.
With many clients who are expectant mothers or women with small children, RHCC understands that being able to work may be difficult, and as such, residents are afforded low cost treatment—$80 per month to share a two bedroom apartment, or $100 per month to live in a larger three bedroom apartment. With the exception of the men’s home, the maximum length of stay for residents can be up to two years.
Treatment and Staff
RHCC provides a variety treatment options for their residential and outpatient clients. Prior to admittance into any of the programs, all potential clients undergo a seven-day physical examination where they are medically monitored and assessed for any health concerns. In addition to a physical, clients are screened and assessed for the appropriate treatment level.
RHCC’s residential treatment track is 12-step based and overseen by CADCs. Clients also have individual counseling sessions with a therapist, opportunities to meet with social workers (LSWs) and job placement counselors. Clients are transported to either AA and/or Narcotics Anonymous meetings every day at noon. If a client is off the program’s probation timeline, they can seek their own meetings during free time or over the weekends. Church activities are also available to those who wish to attend.
The CASA Works Programs assist RHCC’s clients to develop specialized plans for long-term recovery and job placement. A case manager assists each resident to develop a new set of skills, including time, stress and money management. Literacy services are also available. Health services are offered to women and their children, including classes in nutrition and sexual health. Health care includes HIV treatment, dental work, eye care, fitness and spirituality. Developing healthy parenting and self-care skills is the focus of RHCC’s unification with the CASA Works program.
RHCC Healthcare has a Prevention Program that takes proactive measures to prevent the prevalence of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction in their community. Holding several annual activities including a candlelight vigil for those that have perished from overdose, and a Town Hall meeting addressing underage drinking held by the UNCP Youth Start Program. Additionally, RHCC works with Public Schools of Robeson County Project Graduation to see more children graduate high school.
RHCC Healthcare has formulated an intricate system for assisting both men and women to find affordable treatment. Particularly impressive is their dedication to assisting pregnant women and mothers find their way back from the clutches of their addiction.
302 East 3rd St
Pembroke, NC 28372
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