Seeking help for yourself can be the most challenging part of your journey to sobriety. Whether you struggle with alcohol dependence, opioid addiction, or other drug addictions behavioral addictions, our team at The Blanchard Institute can help.
If your spouse, child, sibling, or other loved one is struggling, there is no better place than The Blanchard Institute. Our family-focused care will help them to recover as we simultaneously provide you with the resources you need to heal.
If you’re a psychology professional, medical doctor, treatment provider, hospital or employer making a referral to treatment for a substance use disorder, mental health issues or other unhealthy behaviors, The Blanchard Institute is the perfect choice.
The Blanchard Institute cultivates a safe, comfortable environment for patients and their families to be connected to their treatment provider. As healthcare professionals, it is our obligation to assume a leading role in our clients’ recovery and combat the disease of addiction at its root. Our patients’ success stems from the highly individualized care we provide through our mental health and addiction treatment programs in North Carolina, as well as our comprehensive family involvement.
We are proud to be winners of Conquer Addiction’s Excellence in Treatment Awards for outstanding Adult SUD Programming with an alumni success rate of 48.6% one-year after treatment completion.
At The Blanchard Institute, we offer four levels of care designed to fit each individual on their journey to recovery, happiness and a fulfilled life. All of these levels of care are clinically led, meaning the client works closely with our client care team so that the program is individualized to meet the client’s needs.
Every client has their own journey to recovery, and at The Blanchard Institute we believe our long-term outpatient care philosophy of these four levels of care is the most successful for the client. However, we firmly believe that success is not linear. We see many clients in need of treatment that does not follow the typical path, and we will always work to be flexible to the needs of the individual and their families.
Drug rehab is the process of medical or psychotherapeutic treatment for dependency on psychoactive substances such as prescription drugs and street drugs such as cannabis, cocaine, heroin or amphetamines. The general intent is to enable the patient to confront substance dependence, if present, and stop substance misuse to avoid the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical consequences that can be caused.
Alcohol rehab is defined as the process of alcohol treatment that includes medical and psychotherapeutic treatments. Alcohol use disorder treatment aims to help the patient develop coping strategies that will help them achieve long-term sobriety. The intent of alcohol rehab is helping the patient build up their lives, including their relationships with their loved ones by overcoming their drinking habits.
Drug detox is the natural process of ridding a substance from the body. However, a professional drug detox program, also sometimes referred to as “medically managed withdrawal,” entails the use of a set of interventions to safely manage the side effects that accompany quitting drugs. Our drug detox program is designed for our clients to have the most soothing detox experience possible.
Alcohol detox is the first step in treating alcoholism. During this time, alcohol is completely flushed from your body. Withdrawal symptoms typically subside within approximately 1-2 weeks after starting detox; however, this could take longer depending on the severity of your Alcohol Use Disorder. Our alcohol detox program is designed for our clients to have the most soothing detox experience possible.
The Blanchard Institute provides DWI assessments and, when recommended or required, additional substance use education or ongoing treatment for clients who receive a charge for driving while impaired. Both our Charlotte and Lake Norman treatment facilities are licensed by NC DHHS DWI Services to provide reviews for in state and out-of-state DWI offenses.