ABOUT PREFERRED CARE INC.
In operation since 2011, Preferred Care operates an intensive outpatient (IOP) program for individuals struggling with substance abuse andin Raeford, N.C. In addition to offering treatment for chemical dependency, the center runs a food bank, provides HIV case management, and offers psycho-social rehabilitation for adults and children. Similar services are also available through a separate facility located in South Carolina.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon admission, each client receives an initial clinical assessment. Based on evaluation findings, Preferred Care’s treatment team works with the client to create an individualized recovery plan. In general, treatment plans utilize the 12-step model and a variety of other modalities that recognize addiction as a disease, not a moral failure. Participants who have been diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorders are provided with specialized care.
Sessions last three hours and are offered twice a day, Monday through Friday. Lunch is provided, and transportation is available upon request. As part of their treatment, clients are encouraged to attend outside support groups.
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
When asked how likely they were to recommend the facility to others, the single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided a rating of four out of five stars. This anonymous respondent submitted four- and five-star reviews in most evaluated categories, including the center’s treatment effectiveness, the program’s family participation, the facility’s counseling options, the center’s cleanliness, and the staff’s level of training and experience. “Staff was excellent and very understanding and caring. They worked with you on payments and offered a lot,” the alum told Best-rehabs.com.
The surveyed alum gave the center’s holistic options just two stars, the lowest rating overall. The respondent also indicated that they were less than impressed with the center’s food and its level of organization, both of which “could have been better.”
At the time of this writing, each of the five individuals who submitted ratings to Preferred Care’s Facebook page, which the center can edit, gave the facility five out of five stars. None of the reviewers submitted commentary along with their numerical ratings.
There is currently no information provided on the facility’s website regarding its costs. However, Preferred Care runs a food bank as part of its services, which indicates that it serves a low-income population.