Raleigh Outpatient Rehab Center for Teens and Young Adults

Office phone number: (919) 679-7577

Office address: 103 Towerview Ct, Cary, NC 27513

Hours: Monday – Friday: 10 AM – 5 PM

The Insight Program is an outpatient young adult / teen rehab center serving the greater Raleigh, North Carolina area. We serve adolescents ages 13-17 and young adults ages 18-25 with drug and alcohol addictions / problems or other substance abuse related health problems. As a family program, we want you to be involved every step of the way. Whether you’ve just discovered that your loved one is experimenting with drugs, or you’ve dealt with substance abuse or mental health issues before, we are here to help.

Our Raleigh rehabilitation center for teenagers and young adults is easily accessible from all over the Raleigh / Durham area, including Chapel Hill, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Fayetteville, and Cary, North Carolina.

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Recent Reviews of The Insight Program in Raleigh, NC

The Insight Program
Based on 25 reviews
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Nora LeeNora Lee
16:33 30 Apr 24
If you are looking for an exceptional intensive outpatient program (IOP) for your teenager, this is it. After my daughter almost had a fatal overdose, I was desperate for help. I called over 40 locations in the Triangle, and no one provides a program like this one. I actually could not find any that would accept a child under the age of 18 - but that worked out great, because I found the Insight Program. Insight treats Teenagers and early 20s for alcohol and substance abuse. Miles, Morgan, Aurora, Sierra, Ashley have been and continue to be phenomenal counselors for my daughter. My daughter was welcomed immediately by the counselors and her peers and only felt love and acceptance for who she is. They gave her the tools to fight this disease, and she worked hard and used them. The counselors provide you with weekly feedback and are there to support you when you need help throughout your journey. You will be billed for the first few months for the day outpatient treatment - and even if your insurance covers it out of network, it is still well worth it because the step-down program is part of the IOP and continues for up to 2 years. During and after your child is done with IOP, they have meetings for the kids in the evenings during the week, sober events on the weekends, hangouts that are planned for after hours (which is the hardest downtime when you are trying to be sober), celebrations of milestones, and a graduation. It takes a village, and this village not only includes counselors, but a network of parents that won't judge you or your child and a strong peer support system. Your child will be surrounded with people that only want the best for them. There are weekly optional parent meetings that are led by the Senior Counselor, Miles. These meetings help you cut through the chaos and help you connect with parents you can call on when you just need someone to talk to that has been through this - because no one on the outside clearly understands more about what you are going through. I am so grateful to the Insight program, the counselors, the parents and the kids that I continue to meet. A year ago, I lived in fear that I would lose my child. Life has become normal again and my amazing daughter is 9 months sober and happy. I am so thankful that we are part of the Insight Program. It has changed all of our lives for the better.
Jimmal HouseJimmal House
19:00 26 Apr 24
Sobriety ‼️🙏🏽❤️
Mason GMason G
16:26 11 Apr 24
great program great counselors and really help you understand sobriety
cassie stephencassie stephen
15:08 11 Apr 24
my parents put me into this program about a year ago after i overdosed on fentanyl, i was using everyday and had no means to get sober. the first day i came here i felt so loved and i felt like i belonged. i still didn’t want to get sober but i had nothing to lose and the people here were really nice. i joined outpatient and started to learn more about recovery along with myself. after a few months things got easier. i’m now 9 months sober and i am so grateful for this program. if it wasn’t for insight im not sure if i’d be alive or sober. the counselors and the kids in the support group here are the most genuine people i’ve ever met in my life.
Gavin ChalmersGavin Chalmers
15:15 10 Apr 24
My experience with drugs and alcohol has always been difficult i never thought there’d be a day in my life that i wouldn’t be enslaved by a mind changing chemical. the day i walked in the door the abundance of love and gratitude for life flourished through the kids and counselors i finally found people who understood and can help me find a cure to my disease. I have grown as a friend a son and as a man i have found acceptance and support through this process and i am eternally grateful for the group.
Heather SuddrethHeather Suddreth
17:54 18 Sep 23
The Insight Program has been integral in our son’s recovery! From the education and support we have received as parents to the social opportunities and guidance that our son has been given, Insight has provided what we needed at a desperate time in our lives. We feel so fortunate to have found these phenomenal counselors who have used their experiences and expertise to lead us through this recovery journey. The parents in the Insight Program have become friends that I didn’t know I needed! And I can’t say enough about the kids. Where else can a teenager or young adult find the support, acceptance and fun while learning how to maintain sobriety?! The Insight Program has put together a set of tools for young people (and their families) struggling with addiction to have the best possible opportunity for ongoing sobriety!
Emily HarterEmily Harter
20:33 15 Sep 23
The Insight Program has truly been a God send for both my son and my family. No matter how bumpy this road has been, they didn’t give up on us. We have learned to take back control of what is ours to control and leave what is others. The parent support group understands our journey and has been there to fall back on through thick and thin. The kids… the relationships they develop almost instantly is so very special. It cannot be expressed in words but can only be felt. My son instantly knew he was part of a family that was there to love him and had his back. He knows these kids will be honest and hold him accountable with love. Truly… the choice to be part of the Insight family was pivotal and changed our trajectory. I could not have done this without Miles or Morgan’s persistence and perspective. We are so grateful!!

Our Approach to Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Teen Addiction Treatment

The Insight Program is one of the only young adult / teen rehab centers in Raleigh. We recognize that this is a specialized population, since young people don’t tend to respond to traditional drug addiction programs the way adults do. The reason for this is because young people have such a social need – whereas an adult typically seeks sobriety due to consequences surrounding family life or work consequences, young people tend to seek sobriety once they’ve been presented with a viable social alternative to their current peer groups. Therefore, our approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation revolves around allowing young people to have fun, connect with a positive sober peer group, and repair damaged relationships with their families.

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Services Offered in Raleigh

Weekly Schedule of Events in Raleigh

Each week, we host the following evening events, aside from our normal schedule of IOP substance use treatment sessions on Monday through Friday.

  • Monday and Thursday Nights – 12 step program for teens and young adults
  • Monday Nights – Parent support group meeting for parents of teenagers and young adults who use drugs
  • Friday and Saturday Nights – Weekly sober social activities (the events will change week to week, details are announced in the Monday night parent support group meetings each week)
  • Note: The schedules above are subject to change, please call ahead if you have any questions about the specifics of a particular evening’s events
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Raleigh Drug and Alcohol Counseling Staff