Caldwell C3 Comprehensive Care Center

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Need help with Mental Health, Substance Use or other Wellness Issues?

Call 1.828.394.5563 or Walk In Today For Services

Walk-in hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday

Behavioral Health, Crisis Stabilization Services, Outpatient Care & Recovery Support

The Caldwell C3 Comprehensive Care Center provides treatment and support services regardless of where you are in your recovery journey. If you need help with mental health, substance use or other wellness issues, please call us or just stop in. No appointment is necessary.

The Caldwell C3 Center offers the very latest in integrated behavioral healthcare with a varied continuum of services to meet your needs. We provide intensive therapeutic interventions and crisis services, Medication Assisted Treatment Therapies (MATT), a diverse range of outpatient programs, a Recovery Education Center (REC) and Peer Support Services to help you reach and maintain your wellness goals. Our goal at the Caldwell C3 Center is to provide a foundation for recovery and help people achieve stable, sober, independent lives within their communities.

Our Location

2415 Morganton Blvd., SW
Lenoir, NC 28645
Ph: 1-828-394-5563

Mobile Crisis Management Services Available 24/7/365

Call 1-888-573-1006

Our Services

  • Outpatient Behavioral Health Services For Children & Adults
  • Mental Health & Substance Use Services
  • Individual & Group Therapy
  • Substance Use Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Medication Management
  • Medication Assisted Treatment Therapies (MATT)
  • Community Support Team (CST)
  • Intensive In-Home Services (IIH)
  • Peer Support Services (PSS)

Outpatient Behavioral Health Services For Children & Adults

Our outpatient services are built around evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy and are structured to help you find the right “pace” of skill-building and growth for your personal journey towards recovery and wellness.

Mental Health & Substance Use Services

We offer services for mental health needs as well as therapeutic interventions for people struggling with substance use.

Group & Individual Therapy

Group therapy allows you to learn and practice new skills with others, listen to and be listened to by others, receive and give support, and celebrate successes together. Individual therapy provides an opportunity for you to develop and review your individual recovery plan, discuss personal challenges, and manage crisis situations when needed.

Substance Use Intensive Outpatient Program

Substance Use Intensive Outpatient Program services are intensive, highly structured substance use interventions consisting of individual, group and family treatments.

Medication Management

Proper medication management services can help to stabilize symptoms, strengthen recovery efforts and reduce the likelihood of future crisis situations.

Medication Assisted Treatment Therapies (MATT)

Medication Assisted Treatment Therapies (MATT) combines medication with counseling and therapy to treat substance use disorders.

Community Support Team (CST)

CST rehabilitative services not only provide treatment but can also improve a person’s quality of living through increased coping skills, better social supports, improved symptom and medication management, finding employment, and reduced likelihood of crisis situations such as hospitalization, homelessness or incarceration.

Intensive In-Home Services (IIH)

IIH services are interventions for youth who are at risk of being placed in a treatment center or foster care due to serious behavioral health challenges. IIH services seek to prevent these out-of-home placements by providing intensive case management and monitoring, therapy and substance use treatment, and family counseling.

Peer Support Services (PSS)

Peer Support Specialists are people who, having been successful in their own recovery efforts, have received training to help others build self-advocacy skills, better manage their mental health needs/ addiction, and find housing, education or employment.

Mobile Crisis Management Services (MCM)

Mobile Crisis Management Services offer intensive, on-site intervention to people of all ages who are experiencing mental health, substance use or developmental disability crisis.

MCM Services are available 24/7/365. Just call 1-888-573-1006
IMPORTANT: If you are having a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Payment Options

For public payers, services are billed through Medicaid. Individuals with no coverage may be eligible to receive services via State Funds. Benefit eligibility is based on an income scale.

For private payers, private insurance eligibility will be verified during intake.

Bring your insurance card to all appointments to verify insurance. Any applicable co-pays should be paid at time of care. Individuals who self-pay are required to prepay for services.

Foothills Regional Treatment Center

Mental Health and Substance Use Crisis Stabilization Services located within the Caldwell C3 Comprehensive Care Center

Foothills Regional Treatment Center is located in Lenoir, a tranquil small-town community within the foothills of the Western North Carolina mountains. A discrete, private and nonthreatening atmosphere is provided for the quest toward optimal wellness for each client within our facility. The unique atmosphere of the surrounding area is incorporated within our program, which encourages peace and tranquility for optimal work on individualization of personal treatment.

FRTC Admission Line: 828-394-5563

Fax: 828-758-4086
2415 Morganton Blvd. SW, Suite 200
Lenoir, NC 28645

FRTC Crisis Services

  • We provide crisis services to adults in need of short-term intensive evaluation, treatment, or behavior management to stabilize acute mental health crisis situations. Medication Assisted Treatment Therapies are also available for those who qualify.
  • These services are intended for individuals in imminent risk of danger to themselves or others who do not require seclusion or restraint.
  • Our crisis services are appropriate for individuals who exhibit mood or behavior disturbances requiring immediate assessment and/or medication management that cannot be achieved in a less-restrictive setting.

For Referring Agencies:

FRTC is a 24 hour, secured, 12-bed crisis and detox facility for adults. FRTC does not use seclusion or physical restraints. To make a referral, please call the FRTC Admission Line or fax your request for services. If your agency would like to be added to our daily bed availability notification, please email us at frtc@rhanet.org.

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