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Path of Hope Inc
1675 East Center Street
Lexington, NC, 27292
336-248-8914
http://www.apathofhope.org

Treatment Services



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Services for co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders

Services for co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders are important for the physical safety and overall health of the individual struggling with these problems. With co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders the overall health risks are greater; the impairment of life skills is greater; and the chances for successful treatment are diminished. There are many organizations whose sole purpose is to advocate increasing the understanding of key issues in the area of substance abuse and co-occurring mental disorders.


Substance abuse treatment services

Substance abuse treatment is where an individual who has a problem with drugs or alcohol can go and receive help. There are many different approaches to substance abuse treatment. Some treatment methods believe that substance abuse is a disease and can never be recovered from. Other substance abuse treatment methods believe that an individual's substance abuse problem can be recovered from completely. Substance abuse treatment is a powerful tool in the recovery from substance abuse.


Halfway house treatment services

Halfway house treatment services assist in providing information about halfway house treatment. Services available include locations of halfway house treatment centers, what is involved in halfway house treatment, as well as how halfway house treatment is effective. These resources can be very helpful when researching halfway house treatment program options.


Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)

Residential short-term treatment provide individuals with drug addiction problems help in recovering. Clients live at the drug rehab which is usually located in a residential setting. They stay at the rehab for a short period of time, often 30 days or less. While attending residential short-term treatment they will receive valuable information and tools to help them on the road to drug addiction recovery.


Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Residential long-term treatment provides individuals with drug addiction problems help in recovering. Clients live at the drug rehab which is usually located in a residential setting. They stay at the rehab for an extended period of time, often 30 days or more. While attending residential long-term treatment they will receive valuable information and tools to help them on the road to drug addiction recovery.


Women treatment services

Women treatment services provide women with the special tools and resources they need to recover from drug addiction. By addressing these needs, women can increase their chances for long-term recovery. Drug addiction treatment for women can take place both at an inpatient or outpatient facility. What is unique about women treatment services is the individualized treatment plan and special recreational activities that are life-enhancing and interesting to women.


Men treatment services

Men treatment services provide men with the special tools and resources they need to recover from drug addiction. By addressing these needs, men can increase their chances for long-term recovery. Drug addiction treatment for men can take place both at an inpatient or outpatient facility. What is unique about men treatment services is the individualized treatment plan and special recreational activities that are life-enhancing and interesting to men.


Persons with HIV/AIDS treatment services

Treating people with HIV/AIDS is extremely complex. It is important that the care team has experience working with substance-abusing clients because the combination of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS poses special challenges. Integrated care is the best treatment option, and professionals who work with substance abuse treatment centers should be experienced in treating HIV/AIDS patients.

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