Insight understands women are different, so we offer gender-specific help that targets those differences.

Located in Asheville, our Women’s Recovery Center offers care under trained specialists who have experience dealing with trauma and other adversities that are specifically challenging for both teen and adult women.

Insight offers women a safe place to find their path to health and recovery.

We provide multiple levels of care, so you can feel comfortable with us throughout your treatment and recovery process.

Our goal is to support women in early recovery by:

  • identifying stressors or triggers that might cause a relapse
  • developing safe and healthy ways to express emotions
  • improving physical health with emphasis on healthy eating and movement or exercise
  • regaining focus, attention span and critical thinking abilities
  • promoting healthy relationships in a recovery network

We offer programs on an outpatient basis several days a week, depending on your needs, to help minimize the disruptions in your life but maximize your experience in treatment.

Outpatient Services

The Women’s Recovery Center offers outpatient services including:

  • Comprehensive clinical assessments
  • Substance misuse and mental health services
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Psychiatric care
  • Women who are pregnant, postpartum, or seeking custody of children have access to additional specialized services
  • Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) – meets up to five days a week with group and individual counseling and recovery education
  • Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) – meets three days a week with group and individual counseling and recovery education

How do I pay? Do you take insurance?

The Women’s Recovery Center serves women who are eligible for state funding regardless of their ability to pay. We also accept Medicaid, and there are other payment structuring options. We have financial counselors available to help you with this part of the process.

We give priority admission if you are pregnant, an intravenous drug user, are at risk of HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis (TB), or have opioid management treatment needs.