Grey Matters International is about shattering the bounds of what has traditionally left mainstream psychologically based recovery approaches marginally effective. From traditional therapy to counseling, professional coaching, treatment centers, couples retreats, corporate team building and so much more, our society has grown accustomed to accepting what is often times described as “minimal improvement.”Grey Matters International operates worldwide and is owned by Dr. Kevin Fleming, a visionary within the world of brain-change science founded upon cutting-edge medical advancements. From foreign lands to New York City sky-rises to Malibu treatment centers and secluded Bahaman Island retreats, we bring advanced, practical and highly effective mental health solutions to clients, families, corporations and so much more.
Situated at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Village Behavioral Health offers an ideal setting for adolescents to begin facing their difficulties free from distractions. Our programs's goal is to help teenagers make better choices by helping them understand how poor choices have affected them in the past. Village Behavioral Health provides a safe, secure, and serene setting to allow treatment to truly begin.Family involvement is essential to make a lasting change. For the adolescent to get the full benefit of our program, we believe the family must be active participants in the treatment process. Family Therapy occurs on a regular basis and is a critical part of our program, ensuring long-term success of the youth.Village Behavioral Health’s Alcohol & Drug Program follows the 12-step model. Each adolescent begins their treatment within the 12-step model and engages in on-campus groups. Adolescents are also introduced to a relapse prevention program and guided in gaining control over their substance abuse and addiction.
If you are looking at this website, chances are that you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. You have come to know the pain that addiction can cause, and you are desperate for a way out. Thankfully, the pain does not have to be permanent. There is hope.At Keystone Treatment Center, we understand the unique challenges that come with battling addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders. Since opening our doors in 1973, we have helped more than 20,000 people win the war against addictions and other destructive behaviors, and we want to help you or your loved one break free from the cycle, too.Our treatment programs are specially designed with the unique needs of our patients in mind. We have specialized programs for adolescents, young adults, and adults because we know that different age groups respond differently to various types of treatment. We are passionate about helping people overcome their substance abuse concerns, and we are also dedicated to helping people who are struggling with co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, or depression. We offer specialized treatment programs for patients who are seeking culturally-sensitive treatment in a Native American context, or for those who require comprehensive programming to defeat a gambling addiction. All treatment is delivered in a caring and supportive environment by compassionate team members who make patients’ needs their top priority.You or your loved one has fought addiction on your own long enough. It is time to find freedom. Call Keystone Treatment Center today and start turning your hope into reality.
Today, Serenity Knolls is a residential treatment center that provides comprehensive services to adult men and women, ages 18 and above, whose lives have been impacted by substance abuse, chemical dependency, and certain co-occurring conditions. We are prepared to provide care to men and women whose struggles include, but are not limited to, dependence upon the following addictive substances: alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, sedatives, benzodiazepines, hallucinogens, methamphetamine, PCP, and opioids including heroin, morphine, and prescription medications.We also welcome men and women whose primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder is accompanied by co-occurring anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, depressive disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, and temporary psychosis that is directly related to substance abuse. However, we cannot accept individuals who are struggling with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pain disorders, and psychotic disorders that are not the direct result of substance abuse.