Featured on A&E’s Intervention

(HORSE SHOE, N.C.) — Four Circles Recovery Center, an innovative addictions, substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders treatment program for young adults ages 18-28, will be the featured treatment center on an upcoming episode of A&E’s Intervention television show. The episode is scheduled to premiere on Monday, October 15, 2012.

The episode will feature Ryan, a 25-year-old addict. On the Intervention show website, Ryan is described as a sweet, sensitive man whose addiction is spiraling out of control as he and his fiancé are expecting their first child.
The show’s website includes a teaser clip in which the interventionist says “Ryan is sick. He’s a very depressive kid, and then he drinks. As a family, you will save Ryan. It’s either now or never. Everything changes today.”
Also in the clip, family members and loved ones are heard saying “[Ryan] shut us out. He told me not to come to his house and he’s locking his doors and then he’s done.” Another says “He’s just going to push us all away.” And still another, “Ryan is out of control. It’s madness.”

Will Ryan agree to treatment for the sake of his unborn child, his family, and himself? Tune in on Monday, October 15th to find out!

Four Circles Recovery Center is an innovative addictions, substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders treatment program for young adults ages 18 to 28 that combines a traditional counseling setting with a series of wilderness expeditions. Four Circles employs the most effective, cutting-edge clinical modalities with an underlying traditional 12-Step philosophy to create the foundation for sustained recovery.

We are affiliated with the following organizations, which provide accreditation, education, and training to ensure quality behavioral health and addiction treatment.
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP)
  • Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council
  • The Jason Foundation