Fourth Quarter Newsletter 2019

THE WILLOWS CELEBRATES THREE YEARS! Photos from spirit week & the anniversary celebration can be found on our social media pages. This October, The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® celebrated their three year anniversary of being at their expansive, 38- acre campus where young adult women, ages 18 to 35, are recovering from trauma, substance…

Third Quarter Newsletter 2019

Thank You U.S. Women’s World Cup Soccer Team! Back in 2005, Allie Long signed a letter of gratitude to Corinne Brown, Clinical Director of Foothills and an integral team member in the opening of The Willows at Red Oak Recovery®, as one of her Northport High School varsity soccer coaches with a side note pointing…

First Quarter Newsletter 2019

Self Defense Classes: Confidence, Safety, and Fitness Many of our young adult women join our campus in need of not only body empowerment but emotional and mental empowerment as they move through past traumas and events. Our clinical team uses evidence-based modalities to dive into conversations around safety, and we find there are activities outside…

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Holistic Rehab Center North Carolina

Many young women want to be on the road to recovery. However, they are in need of a treatment center that can address their mental health problems in addition to their substance abuse issues. For many people, the two issues are difficult to separate. Without dual-diagnosis treatment in Asheville, NC, some women may find recovery…

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Techniques

Thanks to technology, the medical industry has been able to create psychotropic drugs. However, these drugs come with severe side effects. On the one hand, these drugs are essential. On the other hand, the side effects can severely affect a patient’s progress. What if there was a safer method to help treat and manage brain…

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Am I An Alcoholic?

Am I an alcoholic? You may find yourself asking that if you drink too often or too much in a single setting frequently. If you have concerns about your drinking patterns or get in trouble due to drinking, it’s a sign. The answer to the question “am I an alcoholic?” is probably yes. Alcohol use…