Our programs

Our programs are tailored to your needs.

Call now and one of our Admissions Specialists can help you decide what program is the best fit for you.

Our approach

A peer-based social model for recovery

We’re a recovery community that uses the social model as the basis for all of our programs. The social model is a widely implemented and effective approach to recovery that facilitates peer support in a residential community setting. This creates an environment where people can build a substance-free lifestyle that’s sustainable in the long term, and allows them to leverage their own personal experiences with addiction and substance abuse as a way to help others. 

Please note that we are not a detox center, a medical or mental health facility, or clinical counseling center. Medical and clinical services can play an important role in addiction recovery. If you believe that you or your loved one require these services, we encourage you to seek them out before enrolling in our programs.

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Intensive Recovery Programs

Our intensive programs are designed to provide a distraction-free learning environment so that the basics of life and recovery can be mastered quickly. This is done through daily group meetings, workshops, and small group discussions as well as regular one-on-one, individualized coaching. Our exceptional staff are peer recovery specialists and coaches who have personal experience with addiction and recovery. They guide each person through the whole process. 

Short-Term Intensive

28-day commitment

Ideal for professionals, or anyone whose circumstances make a longer time commitment difficult. If more time is needed, participants have the option to extend their stay at the end of the initial commitment period.

Long-Term Intensive

4-month commitment

This program provides a longer timeframe for people to practice the skills they need to lead a successful life in recovery. In addition, vocational rehabilitation allows participants to exercise self-sufficiency and personal responsibility.
Facilities

A peaceful campus in the heart of S.C.

Comfortable
dorm rooms

Sport & exercise
equipment

Recreational
common areas

On-site
convenience store

Comfortable
dorm rooms

Recreational
common areas

Sport & exercise
equipment

On-site
convenience store

Call us right now to get the admissions process started and you can be here tomorrow!

Our philosophy

The 12 Step Program done right

If you have had bad experiences with 12-step programs in the past, you aren’t alone. Lots of well-meaning people and institutions make changes and modifications to the process or encourage addicts to take the steps very slowly.

Our goal at Oaks is to guide people through the entire 12-step program – correctly and quickly! We exclusively follow the Twelve Step Program as it was originally conceived for Alcoholics Anonymous with no modifications or adaptations.

other programs

Long-Term Vocational Program

Have you have ever been a part of a short term treatment program where you felt great and stayed sober the entire time you were there, only to leave and fall right back into the same patterns of behavior? If so, this program is designed for you.

We don’t just want to keep you clean while you are here, we want you to be prepared for the real world once you leave. That’s why we don’t stop at recovery from alcohol and drug addiction in this program. We help you to reintegrate into the workforce so that you can practice recovery in an environment like the one you will face when you complete the program.

alumni services

Transitional Housing

We are proud to offer Alumni Transitional Living Homes. This recovery experience provides a less structured yet equally safe and secure housing separate from our main campus. Transition Residents still have access to continuous support and encouragement from staff, alumni, and other program participant, workshops, meetings, and transportation as needed. 

Participation in the Transition Program can last up to one year and acceptance into the program is individually determined by each individuals unique needs and circumstances. Regular attendance to outside recovery meetings and in-house meetings are required weekly.