Foothills at Red Oak Recovery serves 14-17 year old male adolescents and their families.Our program is located on a 94-acre working horse farm in Ellenboro, NC to help promote growth, reflection, and healing for those experiencing the results of trauma. Our licensed clinical team and extensive range of therapies provides the support and education young teens need to put themselves back on the right path.
Mental Health Treatment
Living a fulfilling life can be very difficult when living with an undiagnosed mental health disorder. Clients receive the diagnosis and care they need in a safe and caring environment.
Trauma can drastically alter the path of a teen as they try to move forward in life. Our program teaches clients how to heal from their trauma without allowing it to control their lives.
Substance Abuse Treatment
While some teens may experiment with illicit substances, others will use to alleviate other symptoms. Our program ends teen substance use before the problem increases.
Process Addiction Treatment
Compulsive behaviors and process addictions can quickly take full control over your life. Professional treatment will put the power back in your hands.
Disordered Eating Treatment
At such a vulnerable age, it is no surprise that adolescents struggle with body image. Clients learn how to increase self-esteem while improving their relationship with food.
Through a holistic approach, our team can walk with clients on their path to self-love, self-acceptance, and self-awareness. Through options like experiential and equine therapy, physical fitness, and nutritional education, our clients experience healing that will last. We pair these with other more in-depth clinical therapies for a full continuum of care.
Rebuilding family relationships after hardships are essential to healing and moving forward.
Education is vital for adolescents, which is why we offer schooling on-site both through an in-house teacher and online courses.
We determine the needs of a specific client based on their behaviors, personality, and thought patterns found during psychology testing and assessments.