Ashas Closet315 South Long Drive
Rockingham, NC 28379
Ashas Closet provides a wide array of treatment types and services. You can see them all here or if you are interested in specific services, you can click one of the filter buttons above.
Type of care refers to the primary types of care that Ashas Closet provides. These are generally the main focuses of care that Ashas Closet provides.
Service Setting tells you what kind of treatment environments are provided for care. These generally range from inpatient (individual stays at the treatment facility), outpatient (individual goes to the treatment center at specified times but returns home each day) and many others. Ashas Closet provides the following service settings:
The treatment approaches provided by Ashas Closet are the main treatment methods that Ashas Closet provides. It is important to understand the different types of treatment approaches as they vary in methodology and application. A good example that many people are familiar with would be the 12 step approach such as AA. Other familiar approaches are cognitive behavior therapy or group therapy.
Special programs are more specific types of care offered by Ashas Closet. They can be focused on age groups such as seniors or adolescents, or groups of individuals such as LGBTQ or Veterans. Special programs allow Ashas Closet to provide unique types of care to a wide array of individuals.
Type of Care:Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
Service Setting:Outpatient Drug Rehab Regular Outpatient Treatment
Treatment Approaches:Cognitive/behavior Therapy Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Special Programs:Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Or Transgender (LGBT) Clients Veterans Active Duty Military Military Families Clients Referred From The Court/Judicial System (Other Than Dui/Dwi) Seniors Or Older Adults Adolescents Pregnant/Postpartum Women Adult Women Adult Men Persons With HIV Or Aids Persons Who Have Experienced Trauma Persons Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse Domestic Violence Transitional Age Young Adults