Alternative Care Treatment Systems, Inc.

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Substance Abuse Outpatient Program

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ACTS is recognized as a leader in providing the highest quality substance abuse services. Our counselors are highly credentialed professionals whose life work is dedicated to helping those with the disease of addiction to recover.  We offer the following substance abuse services:

Assessment and Intake
Prior to entering treatment at ACTS, each client has a comprehensive, confidential clinical assessment.  Our knowledgeable, caring counselors have years of experience guiding clients and their families.  Assessments and intakes may be scheduled Monday-Friday, from 8am through 3pm.  To make an appointment in Wilson, call 252-291-2200. For Fayetteville appointments, call 910-438-0939.

BASIC Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Our Basic Abuse Program is designed for those with an abuse diagnosis.  These groups provide group support and education and meet twice weekly, for 90 minutes each session for sixteen sessions.

Phase I: Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)
Our intensive outpatient program provides treatment for those who need additional structure and support.  It consists of group sessions which meet for three hours, three times a week, for 36 sessions.  Sessions are led by a trained facilitator and include both education and group therapy. Clients are expected to attend 12-Step meetings to explore the benefits of ongoing recovery support.  Clients can choose either morning, afternoon, or evening groups.

Phase II: Basic Continuing Care
Our Basic Continuing Care is a step-down program designed for those clients who desire to continue to work on their relapse prevention skills.  These groups meet twice weekly, for 90 minutes for sixteen sessions. 

Phase III: Basic Aftercare
Basic Aftercare is intended for those clients who desire the support and accountability of meeting in a group, once weekly, for 90 minutes, to continue to work on their recovery.

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