We specialize in a holistic approach when it comes to our drug and alcohol treatment programs. Our approach is unique in that we treat each individual from the inside out; with weekly individual and group counseling sessions and activities. We believe your addiction can be effectively maintained allowing you to live life to your potential. We’ll help heal the whole you while learning to manage your drug and/or alcohol addiction. Through interactions with our dedicated and experienced staff, we help you relearn to live your life with passion. We’ll teach you the skills needed to lead a successful and fulfilling life. We believe that your life can once again be free of the fear and uncertainty that coping with an addiction causes. At Legacy, we can help you triumph over your addictions for good through tailored substance abuse treatment.
ABOUT LEGACY FREEDOM TREATMENT CENTERS – CHARLOTTE
Legacy Freedom Treatment Centers operates four outpatient treatment facilities in North Carolina and Ohio for adults and adolescents who are struggling with substance abuse. The Charlotte site provides an intensive outpatient program (IOP) that integrates holistic therapies with individual and group psychotherapy.
Treatment also is available forand addictions besides drugs and alcohol, such as eating, gaming, gambling, sex, and shopping. In addressing this additional slate of addictions, the Charlotte Legacy Freedom Treatment Center is, throughout the state of North Carolina, among 26.2 percent of substance abuse treatment facilities that provide .
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The primary course of treatment at the Charlotte Legacy Freedom Treatment Center is an IOP that meets for group therapy three times a week and individual therapy at least twice a week. These sessions apply evidence-based methods, which include trauma-informed.
Additionally, clients participate in practices designed to strengthen coping skills, boundary setting, emotional management, spiritual discovery, and physical recovery. Drug testing is a component of the program. Among the holistic therapies available are acupuncture, meditation, equine-assisted therapy, nutritional counseling, Tai Chi, and yoga.
Upon completion of the IOP, clients receive referrals to relevant services for, such as therapists, gyms, sober coaches, and sober living facilities. The center also offers life coaching and couples and family counseling.
According to Legacy’s website, the staff at the Charlotte facility includes a medical doctor and master’s-level therapists. At least one therapist is fluent in Spanish. Counselors hold an array of substance abuse and addiction certifications.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Three alumni who submitted reviews to Best-rehabs.com about the Charlotte Legacy Freedom Treatment Center to date provided mixed feedback, skewed to the negative: one positive, two unfavorable. One anonymous former client awarded perfect five stars for the facility’s treatment effectiveness, writing: Great staff.” However, the other two alumni felt the facility was financially driven. A.B., who reported personal relapses and failure of the treatment staff to provide accountability, wrote: “I found AA to be much more beneficial than the IOP.”
In contrast, secondary review sites yielded highly favorable feedback about the Charlotte facility to date: perfect five stars based on four reviews on Google; and 4.5 out of five stars based on eight reviews on Facebook, which the organization can manage.   Of the 12 total reviewers, all but one awarded the facility a perfect five-star rating. “Such a great place to be if you need help with addiction!” Lauren wrote on Google. Alum Jeremy added:.“Legacy Freedom changed my life!”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The sole loved one polled by Best-rehabs.com to date left highly unfavorable opinions of the facility. The parent of a former client gave the facility just one out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, as well for its counseling options, family involvement and programs, holistic offerings, pricing, and staff support. “Poor communication with the family. No routine, no support, sponsors not in place and staff is poorly trained,” the loved one wrote.
According to the facility’s website, most major health insurance plans are accepted, including Aetna, Cigna, and UnitedHealthcare, but not Medicaid or Medicare at this time. Personal payments also are accepted, and clients may apply for scholarship opportunities.