Right Path Drug Rehab

Right Path Drug Rehab

ABOUT RIGHT PATH DRUG REHAB – CHARLOTTE

Right Path Drug Rehab of downtown Charlotte, N.C., one of dozens of facilities belonging to the national network of drug treatment programs, offers medically monitored detoxification and long-term residential treatment adult men and women with dual diagnoses.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

All clients are seen by a doctor, psychiatrist, and nurses upon admission into the residential program. Following their first-step medically monitored detox, they’ll begin meeting with their assigned case manager and psychiatrist for one-on-one counseling and group therapy.

Other long-term programs of similar nature belonging to the national treatment provider last one to three months.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Detoxification is provided by a team of doctors and nurses. Each client is also assigned a case manager and psychiatrist for the duration of treatment.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Housing, transportation, and meals are all taken care of.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Feedback provided by an anonymous relative was excellent. Despite complaining of limited holistic opportunities, the Best-rehabs.com survey respondent referred to their loved one’s treatment as a “lifetime of change in 60 days.”

“Interactive, supportive, and ‘bend-able’ on the bad days, this treatment center was the rock that was needed to bring things back from the brink,” they added.

FINANCING

Right Path Drug Rehab accepts most insurance plans.

Reviews about Right Path Drug Rehab

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  • Accommodations & Amenities
  • Meals & Nutrition
  • Accessibility, and cooperation between facility and family. It seemed like I was able to get up to date information when needed, yet to have privacy respected for involved parties too. Needs more breadth in holistic offerings. But overall very good. A lifetime of change in 60 days for my my family - and maybe a life saved. Interactive, supportive, and "bend-able" on the bad days, this treatment center was the rock that was needed to bring things back from the brink.