About Treatment Center
Located in Asheville, North Carolina, Real Recovery offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our mission at Real Recovery is to be the leading provider of quality care for addiction treatment in the country. We offer Intensive outpatient treatment and Long-term residential that are customized to suit the patients’ unique needs. In these treatment plans, we teach our patients to develop coping skills, identify relapse triggers, and rebuild their sense of self-worth and confidence. It’s within these coping skills that will ensure the success of an addict’s recovery, since they will be utilizing them both during treatment and once they return home after treatment is over. At Real Recovery, we believe that everyone has the ability to recover from their addiction, despite how severe their addiction may be. We strive to do everything in our power to show our patients that they can succeed in every facet of their life, not just in treatment. We treat Adolescents and Adults and accept Aetna and Most Out-of-Network, plus many other insurances. We are here to help break the cycle of addiction so that our patients can live the life that they deserve. For the convenience of the patient, we have Wheelchair Access that will make their stay here more comfortable and enjoyable.
Rehab Center Details
- 12 Step Program
- Continuing Care
- Outdoor Therapy
- Transitional housing or halfway house
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Long-term residential
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Discover, Mastercard, Visa.
- Most Out-of-Network
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as a loving, caring parent you throw everything at your child and hope something works. Nothing worked until Alexander attended Real. He is sober over 3 years but what is also just as important he has resumed a fun productive lifestyle without the need for drugs & alcohol in his life.
Spencer Lloyd, 1 year ago
I went to see my boyfriend's brother here about a month back and everything about it felt warm and inviting. I felt really welcome and there was a sense of comfort for all of the guys living there. It was run professionally and kept up to high standards. I know Real has been a big help to my boyfriend, his brother and their family. Thanks Real Recovery of Asheville, keep up the great work. What you do is truly a blessing!
Katayoun De La Fuente, 1 year ago
I came to visit my brother a few months ago and the place was impeccably kept. Felt really comfortable. Those are obviously the aesthetics, I could write a book on how much it helped him and our family. Dealing with addiction is hard on the individual battling it as well as the families. My brother really had a closely-knit network of people to help him get sober thanks to Real. That alone to me is worth all of the stars in the world but five will have to do it. I highly recommend Real Recovery Asheville.
Maxwell Lloyd, 1 year ago
These guys are legit. I've known a couple of friends who've gone through their recovery program and come out totally solid. The issue with alcohol recovery is not just stopping drinking put making the lifestyle changes that cause you not to want to drink in the first place. One of the founders Dana Rider went through recovery himself years ago and he really knows how to help young men through the recovery process. If you've got a friend struggling, I highly recommend these guys.
Jeremy Ashburn, 1 year ago
I am so thankful for Real Recovery. A very good friend of mine battled a with serious addiction problem to both alcohol and drugs for years and after countless attempts at sobriety, finally found Real Recovery. Through the support and expert care of their highly skilled staff, he was able to get his life on track and now enjoys life more than ever. He is sober, happy, healthy and is now able to give back to those that face the same struggles that he did before coming to Real. I am so thankful for this program and can't recommend it highly enough!
Matt Shanor, 2 years ago