Located just outside of Asheville, North Carolina, The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® offers a sanctuary for young women to focus on healing. As a part of the Red Oak Recovery® family, our clinically dynamic approach to mental and behavioral health care prepares women for fulfilling, post-treatment lives. Our clinician-run treatment center provides the path to wellness that you need to enter a life of sobriety. To learn more about The Willows at Red Oak, contact our team today at 855.773.0614.
About the Willows at Red Oak Recovery
Each member of our clinical team is a master’s level clinician. Our founders oversee all day-to-day operations at The Willows, providing valuable input on all strategic decisions. Additionally, our leadership and treatment teams have years of experience in a variety of disciplines, including behavioral and mental health services, substance abuse treatment, trauma therapy, and experiential education. With our wellness treatment programs, we give you the tools you need to overcome addiction, trauma, and mental health problems.
Our treatment services are designed to care for no more than 20 women at a time on our expansive 38-acre campus to allow for small and intimate group settings. This allows clients to receive the individualized attention they need and deserve during their time at The Willows. With beautiful pastures, ponds, and walking trails, our clients can take in our stunning landscape while focusing on healing and becoming whole again.
Our Core Values: Service, Excellence, Integrity, Humility, Compassion
Vision Statement: To provide the highest quality trauma-focused comprehensive clinical care to the individuals and families we serve.
Mission Statement: We provide individualized, person-centered substance abuse, trauma, and co-occurring mental health treatment to adolescents and their families. Utilizing a sophisticated multi-dimensional trauma-focused model that incorporates evidenced-based integrative clinical modalities, our team supports clients in creating the foundation for sustained recovery and a healthy relationship to self and others.