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241 Pavillon Place
Mill Spring, NC 28756
8286942300 Visit Website
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Treatment Insights

Pavillon offers comprehensive treatment for alcoholism and drug addiction. The rehab combines clinical expertise with a holistic recovery approached designed to address the needs of the mind, body and spirit. A full continuum of care is offered, including residential, outpatient and extended care services, as well as a caring and supportive environment. With the help of a compassionate staff, clients are able to address the underlying issues and develop the healthy coping skills that are essential for a sustainable recovery.

Pavillon 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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I was a hopeless case and now I’ve been happy and sober for 5 years!! The Dual Diagnosis put me on the right meds too. But you have to be desperate. Truly ready to crush all thoughts of drinking saf...


I was super scared going in as this was my first rehab experience. I’m so thankful my father chose this place for me. My counselor Jennifer , was one of the best and she would away keep my family in...


Great experience


Pavillon has a great reputation for a reason, I’m 6 years sober in November. I had the best counselor ever. She worked overtime on me I was tough an very troubled. She cracked my hard shell so that ...


We put our 18 year old son in the "Young Men's Program" at Pavillon. He was never placed in the "Young Men's Program" nor was he enrolled in online school as promised. Instead, he was kept in the Prim...


The Pavillon provided me an environment that I could feel safe, learn, express myself, and heal. The staff is supportive and kind and the facility and grounds were peaceful. The tools I learned in dea...


Please beware of this place....


Powerful and moving for any addiction. It made a huge difference in my life in uncovering and healing my patterns


This place has saved my life and also just made me a better person. First of all, the physical environment is absolutely beautiful. It is in the mountains/foothills, so there are lots of walking trail...


First class!!!! Everyone was awesome!!!! Gotta buy in thougj😌


I went 10 years ago. I would describe it as five star facility with a high turnover ego driven staff. AA 12 step only with no tolerance for any other science based or alternative therapies. CEO has be...


Left treatment worse off than when I went. Communication amongst staff is horrible. Told by counselor one thing about length of stay. He later denied telling me that. Of course I,the patient miss hear...


I wouldn\'t go here again. I went to an equally intense facility after here (because months of pavillon left me far worse off than when I entered and reeling with emotional damage), so it was not the...


My experience at Pavillion, 7 years ago, gave me a truly amazing life! I believe it to be the best treatment center in the country. I have many friends who attended other rehabs, non of which had th...


I loved my time at Pavilion. I felt that I was well taken care of and well loved while there. The staff genuinely cares about my well-being.


Highly structured program; only complaint was not enough gym time; nearly all professional staff were sober; good foundation to reenter the world.


Beautiful setting. Perceived competence. Several skilled counselors. Unqualified staff & management. Out-of-touch board. Overpriced for sub-standard treatment. Scant security in isolated environment.


This was a wonderful facility in a beautiful location away from stresses of "normal" life. The people are kind and caring. A bit on the expensive side; more insurances should be accepted. My son did ...


Caring, peaceful, beautiful setting, well away from city. Liked it better with previous owners, but still an excellent facility. Much better than the ones we tried in Florida. My son did very well h...


Strengths: Country Club environment , with beauty full grounds, Fantastic food, CLEAN , calm. Weaknesses: High turnover of employees/counselors/administrators Treatment is based on a Negative approach...


Went to a local detox. Relapsed the next day.


Accommodations, Counselors, and Food were all first class. I personally went through the program as an Alcoholic, I was detoxed and then put into primary care. Bottom line Pavillon saved my life!


My rich ex husband went to this $18,000 a month rehab for sex and drug addiction. They assured me back in Texas that they were going to \"put my family back together\", instead, they did not tell ME...


The accomodations were nice, food was delicious, but the staff had much to be desired. Very few took a personal interest in your recovery, and once you left, they wanted nothing to do with you. There...


Exceptional facility and services. Don't be fooled by many of the spa-like amenities — this is a place rooted in the 12 Steps and is completely focused on recovery of the individual while operating ...


The Pavilon has extensive experience in treatment options geared specifically to the individual. The on going program and efficacy are excellent, their aftercare and treatment options are designed to ...


Outstanding staff and facility.


I don't think an alcoholic needs to be locked in, I think we should at least have TV's in our room...Felt like it was more of a place for psych patients.


Would recommend this place.


No price for life!

Areas of Focus
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.

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.

Key Staff Members
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    Anne Vance, CEO, FACHE - CEO

    Ms. Vance has many years of experience working in both residential and out-patient settings. She has been a strong advocate for access to affordable care and eliminating the stigma associated with addiction. In 2003 she brought her years of experience and knowledge plus her vision on treating alcohol and drug addiction to Pavillon. Under her leadership, Pavillon has grown to become one of the leading alcohol and drug addiction centers that can assist clients from detox through to sober living and recovery housing. Prior to joining Pavillon, Ms. Vance was with the Betty Ford Center and EATA. In the mid-nineties Ms. Vance worked with Eric Clapton to build Crossroads and established the program for this center. She is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and is also a member of the American College of Addiction Treatment Administrators, and currently serves on the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) Board of Directors.

  • Photo of John Roberts, MD, Board Certified in Psychiatry, Neurology, Addiction Medicine
    John Roberts, MD, Board Certified in Psychiatry, Neurology, Addiction Medicine - Medical Director and Addiction Psychiatrist

    Dr. Roberts is the Medical Director and Addiction Psychiatrist for Pavillon. He came to Pavillon with nearly 20 years of experience serving as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. While there, he was the attending psychiatrist for the inpatient dual diagnosis inpatient unit and was the director of the clinical outpatient division for the Center for Drugs and Alcohol Program. He received his doctor of medicine from Louisiana State University and completed his psychiatric residency as well as fellowships in substance abuse and anxiety disorders at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Roberts is board certified in psychiatry and has lectured through out the Southeast on substance use and psychiatric disorders.