Oasis Recovery

5 (15 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
191 Charlotte St
Asheville, NC 28801
8282223862 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Oasis Recovery was created out of a vision of hope, and a desire to provide a safe and compassionate space for addicts and alcoholics to recover. It was inspired from personal experience with the damage and destruction of addiction, and the evolution of healing that came out of that experience. The idea, of this safe haven, evolved into a full program based on mindfulness and individualized treatment, along with a full spectrum of other beneficial components. As this idea and vision grew, so did the connections with skilled, leading edge collaborators who believed in this vision of a new heart-centered integrated model of treatment. With a group of experienced contributors, dedicated to the community that has emerged out of Oasis’s program of recovery, the vision has become a real manifested oasis of heartfelt connection, inspired healing, and successful recovery.

Oasis Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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J.G.

the only treatment I found that offered a holistic approach to my addiction. I felt so comfortable at Oasis and loved the treatment plan they set up for me.

Matt B.

have been in recovery from addictions for 29 years and worked in the field for 25 years. What I have found in the type of programs they offer at Oasis is innovative and very timely for what we are see...

KW

Oasis Recovery Center is a warm, accepting, and supportive environment for recovery. In my time at Oasis I have seen many people find hope and change their lives for the better. There is truly somethi...

S.G.

My son struggled with addiction for years and the individualized treatment that he received at Oasis had a profound affect on his life. The loving and supportive staff truly care about each client and...

Sam

As a former client of Oasis, I am living proof that it works. Not only was I able to regain hope in living a full life again but I continue to practice the program in my everyday life now. The holisti...

G.H.

Oasis is a special environment, with the main focused on putting the client first through individualized treatment plans.

J.T.

Oasis is a one of a kind facility.

Zim

Oasis is by far the best place I've worked in over 30 yrs of front line clinical practice. We have the ability to implement the kind of care that we know works instead of having the powers that be dic...

ETL

I would recommend (and in fact have recommended) Oasis to anyone seeking recovery from addiction. They are mindfulness based, trauma-informed, and truly compassionate and caring to al their clients.

CNS

Oasis is the true definition of client centered care. Oasis has really taken big steps forwards in America’s substance abuse treatment centers. I have been a firsthand witness on a few local options...

NM

Oasis offered a lot of different options then the others treatment centers I had been to in the past. I had a beautiful experience there and would highly recommend this facility.

Stacy

Oasis Recovery Center's individualized approach in treating each client based on personal needs did wonders for my son! He has struggled with addiction for years and the love and support he received f...

Jessica

Oasis changed my life for the better. Oasis gives an individualized approach to each client. The staff is great. If you are looking for a place to help you with your addiction I highly recommend Oasis...

Lindsey

Oasis Recovery is a holistic treatment program that is showing positive growth in our community. The personalized client focus is the priority of Oasis which is so important to not only me but all who...

SP

Oasis Recovery is very committed to a personal level of care for each individual that comes through the doors. I was able to break down life crippling barriers with addiction, trauma, and self-pity....


Areas of Focus
Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Process Abuse Treatment

Not all addictions involve mood-altering chemicals. The term “process addiction” describes the unhealthy use of behaviors (including eating, gambling, sexual activity, shopping, internet use, etc.) that has spiraled out of control and into the realm of addiction.

Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Key Staff Members
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    Vern Eleazer - M.S., LCAS, CCS - Vice President

    As the director of an area Substance Use Disorder program Vernetta Eleazer knows what it takes to create a safe space for people to do their healing work. She is passionate about the effectiveness of Experiential Therapy, and has witnessed clients accessing their under lying issues with the aid of creative approaches. Vernetta received her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Western Carolina University, and she also holds a MA in History and a BA in Theatre Arts. She is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and uses ACT to help clients decrease their suffering and move in the direction of their values. She believes in the power and influence of the group process and its ability to propel clients into committed action through the solace of connection. Vernetta is also a HeathRhythms drumming facilitator and enjoys empowering clients to express themselves through rhythm.

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    Renee Minx, MSW, LCAS-A, LCSW-A - Aftercare Coordinator

    Received her Masters of Social Work degree with a substance use specialty from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2019. She earned her undergraduate degree in Special Education with a concentration in English from UNC-Greensboro in 2015 and holds a teacher licensure in the state of North Carolina. She founded a project in 2015 called Bears Share Care which raised awareness of interpersonal violence through social media and sent resources to survivors of abuse all around the world. In 2016, she worked as a therapy assistant at a substance use treatment center, Fellowship Hall, for two years. Renee spoke at a TEDx Guilford event in November 2016 on Stopping the Cycle of Abuse. She worked as a clinical social worker at Wake Baptist Hospital with an integrated healthcare treatment team in 2017 and as a clinical social worker at a substance use treatment center, Caring Services, in 2018. She is currently licensed as a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, Associate and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Associate. Renee is also a person in long-term recovery who values mindfulness, adventure, compassion, nature and human connection.

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    Mark "Zim" Stewart--MA, LCAS - Clinical Director

    Zim (pronounced Zeem), has been a front-line clinician for over 30 years. He grew up in California, but considers Asheville home and has lived here for 30+ years. Zim has a Masters degree in Counseling from Western Carolina University, is a certified family therapist, and is a licensed clinical addiction specialist. He also has a background as a professional musician and comedic actor, which comes in handy working in the mental health field. Zim believes everyone is in recovery from something, and that addiction is a reflection of our society that is very much out of balance. Balance, mindfulness, loving kindness, humor, and education are sources of skillful means to help people in recovery lead more fulfilling lives, and do the healing that engenders a return to healthy living. Zim believes that therapy, recovery, and community should be based on healthy, emotionally intelligent, collaborative relationships. Everyone has gifts to offer, and people feel their best when they create lives in which they can give their gifts fully. We are excited to be building relationships with Asheville's thriving recovery community, and look forward to being of service toward taking the game to a whole new level!

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    Jonathan Wood - President