ABOUT FAYETTEVILLE TREATMENT CENTER
Fayetteville Treatment Center is operated by Colonial Management Group, LP, which is now New Season. This organization runs about 70 outpatient substance abuse clinics around the US, many of which are on the East Coast. The organization specializes in medication-assisted outpatient treatment for opioid addiction. The Fayetteville facility is located in the center of the North Carolina city.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The center treats adults 18 years and older for opioid addiction with methadone, buprenorphine, and Suboxone and a wide range of counseling services, medically-supervised withdrawal, and referrals. The recovery process begins with a physical exam conducted by the facility’s medical director. Lab work conducted as part of the physical might result in recommendations for medical care.
After admission into the program, all clients complete a psychosocial assessment, which is used to design an individualized plan. During the course of treatment, this plan is reviewed periodically to make sure it still serves the client effectively.
Each client is assigned a personal counselor, and must also submit to random urinalysis testing. As noted, when appropriate, referrals are provided for additional medical care as well as dental care, educational or vocational training, employment assistance, pastoral or religious counseling, support groups, and mental health counseling.
Treatment occurs in two main phases. In the induction phase during the first few weeks of treatment, clients are monitored regularly to determine the appropriateness of their initial medication and level. In this initial phase, clients meet with their counselor frequently to stay committed to treatment and create effective change. The maintenance phase achieves a safe, steady state of medication and a continuous feedback loop regarding the withdrawal process. Clients continue to meet with their counselor to make strong progress in the many aspects of their life to achieve well-being.
At the time of this writing, New Season does not publish details about the credentials of staff at the Fayetteville Treatment Center in particular. However, information about staff across the whole organization indicates that New Season employs physicians, nurses, licensed clinical social workers, master’s-level counselors, and other mental health and medical professionals. The two alumni of the Fayetteville Treatment Center polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave the center the top five-star rating and the next highest four-star rating for its staff’s level of training and experience.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The two alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com to date would recommend treatment at this facility. Both reviewers gave the facility the top five stars for counseling options and admin/discharge practices as well as five and four stars for its overall effectiveness of treatment. However, both reviewers neglected to rate the center for its holistic options, indicating that these might not form a strong component of treatment at this center. “I feel that anyone who really wants to stop using drugs this place is the best way to do it,” one of the anonymous reviewers wrote. The other praised the center’s groups and counselors and appreciated the outpatient treatment basis as “perfect for us that cannot lose work.” However, this person noted the center “could use more treatment offers.”
At the time of this writing, this facility had two reviews on Facebook with an average rating of four stars out of five. Jamie, who awarded the center the top five stars, wrote: “They were great when I needed them but I am now opiate clean. So great job.” Pierce rated the facility three stars and left no accompanying comment.
There currently is no information provided on the facility’s website regarding its costs. However, the two alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave the center divergent five-star and one-star ratings for its affordability. The center accepts cash payment for services as well as debit and credit cards and some forms of insurance. The facility encourages new clients to discuss details regarding insurance with the staff.