ACDP provides clinical services in two community-based residential treatment facilities, DART (Drug Abuse & Alcoholism Residential Treatment) Center and Black Mountain Substance Abuse Treatment Center for Women.
DART Center is a community-based residential treatment facility located in Goldsboro that provides substance use disorder treatment services to male offenders on probation, parole, or post-release and under the supervision of Community Supervision. DART Center offers a 90-day therapeutic community treatment program.
Black Mountain Substance Abuse Treatment Center for Women is a community-based residential facility located in Swannanoa that provides substance use disorder treatment services to female offenders on probation, parole, or post-release and under the supervision of Community Supervision. Black Mountain offers a 90-day treatment program.
Judges may order participation in a community-based residential treatment program as a condition of probation, or the Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission may order participation as a condition of parole/post release. General Statute 15A-1343(b)(3) mandates that participation of probationers in a residential program be based on a screening and assessment that indicate chemical dependency. Representatives from Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (TASC) complete the assessment in the community to determine the offender's eligibility for community-based program placement.
Upon completion of a community-based program, the offender's counselor develops a complete aftercare plan. The offender returns home and remains under the supervision of their probation/parole officer to ensure continued treatment follow-up in the community and the completion of their aftercare plan.
The community-based facilities do not have a dedicated detoxification unit. Offenders requiring detoxification are not appropriate for assignment to a community-based facility.